Chucker Golf is an outdoor game in which a golf ball is played from the teeing ground, through the green, into the Chucker Hole in successive “chucks” on a golf course as defined in the Rules of Golf.
The Golf Chucker is a flexible rod with a cup at one end measuring no more than 42”in overall length.
The Hole is defined as an area 12″ in any direction around the golf cup or, a length determined by the Committee in charge of a competition, marked by a stripe on the Chucker to the tip of the playing end of the Chucker.
A Chucker Ball is a golf ball.
A Chuck is an overhand stroke similar to serving a tennis ball and is the equivalent of a stroke in the Game of Golf.
As a player approaches the green, they may elect to switch to an underhand motion using the opposite hand as a “stop” which allows for an infinite number of lofts and distances in approach “chucks” to the green.
Simply, position the Chucker at a right angle to the intended loft angle, place the opposite hand (back of hand to target) above the Chucker and swing in an underhand motion with the opposite hand stopping the forward motion of the Chucker, allowing the Ball to release to the target at the intended loft angle. The closer the Chucker is to vertical the lower the loft angle, the lower the trajectory of the approach “chuck”.
NOTE: It is important to keep the opposite hand rigid as the Chucker strikes the palm of the hand to achieve the best results. Rule (A ball must leave the Chucker to count as a “Chuck”).