Chucker Golf is a game in which a Golf Ball is played from the tee, into the hole on a golf course, as defined in the Rules of Golf. The Chucker is a flexible rod with a cup at the playing end. The *Chucker Hole is an area 12” around the cup, for all shots except the first shot on each hole. For the first shot, the cup is as described in the Rules of Golf. Each shot is played by placing a golf ball in the playing cup end of the Golf Chucker and using an overhand motion, as in a tennis serve, “chucking” the ball toward the target . When approaching the green, switch to an underhand motion using the opposite hand as a “stop” which allows for an infinite number of lofts. You simply place the opposite hand (back of hand to target) across the front of your body and swing the Chucker in an underhand motion with the palm of the opposite hand stopping the forward motion of the Chucker, allowing the Ball to release to the target at varying degrees of loft angles. The angles are determined by the position of the opposite hand in relation to the cup end of the Chucker. The closer the opposite hand is to the cup, the lower the trajectory of the approach.
The initial shot on each hole is played from the Tee, defined as the area measuring up to 2 Golf Chucker lengths behind the Tee Markers on each hole. Chucker Golf is played “Through the Green” in the same manner as in the Game of Golf with a few exceptions. In Chucker Golf a player may pick up the Ball to place in the end of the Chucker for the next shot. The next shot must be played within two (2) Chucker lengths of position the ball was found, no closer to the target. On the green; (a) outside flag pole length a player continues play, producing one of the following results, the ball comes to rest (a) within 12” of the cup is considered “holed”, (b) inside flag pole length but outside 12”, is considered a “gimme”, pick up the ball and add one, or (c) outside flagpole length, continue play