Golf is a classic card game that can be enjoyed by two to six players. It’s an easy-to-learn game that is perfect for family game nights, parties, or any other gathering. The goal of the game is to be the first player to get rid of all your cards by playing them onto a discard pile. Let’s take a look at how to play this fun card game! Learn How to Play Golf Card Game?
How to Play Golf Card Game?
Objective of the Game
The objective of the game is simple—be the first player to get rid of all your cards in your hand. To do so, you must skillfully play them onto a discard pile in numerical order and in suit sequences. You must also pay attention to what other players are doing and try not to give them chances to get rid of their cards too easily.
Number of Players
Golf can be enjoyed with two to six players. If there are more than four players, it is recommended that you use two decks of cards instead of one deck in order for each player to have enough cards in their hands.
Setting Up the Game
Once all players have been seated around the table, shuffle one deck (or two decks if there are more than four players) and deal seven cards face down into each player’s hands. The remaining cards should be placed at the center of the table, face down and become known as “the stock pile” from which additional cards can be drawn when necessary.
The top card from the stock should then be turned over and placed beside it—this will become known as “the discard pile” where played cards will go throughout the duration of the game. Once these two piles have been set up, gameplay can begin!
On their turn, each player must draw either one card from either pile (the stock or discard), or they may choose not to draw at all and just pass their turn without taking any action. After drawing a card (or not), a player must then decide whether they want to play any card(s) onto the discard pile based on its numerical value and/or suit sequence relative to what has already been played on it before them by another player during their current turn or previous turns taken by other players before them; if they decide not to play any card(s), they must instead discard one card from their hand onto it instead before passing their turn onto the next player clockwise around the table. This process continues until one player gets rid of all their cards first—they win!
Golf might seem like an intimidatingly complex game but once you understand its basic mechanics, it becomes much easier and even enjoyable! By following these directions carefully and paying attention both your own moves and those made by other players around you, you’ll soon find yourself mastering this classic card game in no time! So why not gather some friends together today and give Golf a try? We bet you won’t regret it!