Rules of Play on the Teeing Ground
The initial “Chuck” on each hole is played from the Teeing Ground selected by the players or tournament committee. The Teeing Ground is defined as an area two (2) Golf Chucker lengths in depth behind the Tee Markers.
Rules of Play through the Green
Chucker Golf is played Through the Green in the same manner as the Game of Golf with exceptions to those Rules in regards to touching the ball. In Chucker Golf a player may place a Chucker Ball in the end of the Chucker for the next “Chuck”. The next “Chuck” must be played from within two (2) Golf Chucker lengths of the position the ball was found, no closer to the target.
Rules of Play on the Green
When on the green outside flag pole length a player “Chucks” with the following results:
1. Ball stops within 12″ of cup is deemed to be holed out.
2. Ball stops inside flag pole length but outside 12″, add one chuck. This is described as a “Gimme” in the Game of Golf.
3. Ball stops outside flagpole length, player continues play.
Any questions may be directed to the World Federation of Chucker Golfers: email@example.com