A Hole in One in ? the Bathtub?

December 3rd, 2014 | By Lindsey Ebert No Comments


 What is the challenge?

Get ready to create a golf course throughout your home!  Work as a team to design the course or let each person design their own hole.  The more turns, ramps, and bank shots the better.  Plus, think outside the golf bag when it comes to clubs and balls. Golf balls, tennis balls, soft balls, nerf balls, putters, bats, umbrellas, canes, braided towels – almost anything will work.  Holes can be buckets, cups, bathtubs, spaces between shelves, empty food cans, and lots more.  Once the course has been designed, play a round and record your scores below.

What will you need?

Creativity, accuracy, precision, and a stretch of the imagination,
along with some interesting ‘golf clubs’ and ‘golf balls.’


Discussion Questions:

What part of the family challenge did you enjoy the most?

How many times did you laugh during this family challenge?

Were there any problems you had to solve during this challenge?
If so, how did you solve them?


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