How To Play Golf Card Game (6 cards) -

How To Play Golf Card Game (6 cards)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game Golf with 6 cards. Find more at

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of the card game Golf, and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. This tutorial is perfect for beginning card players.

After watching, you will know the basics on how to play the card game Golf with 6 cards. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This Golf tutorial will cover the following topics:

– How to deal the cards

– The overall objective of the game

– How a round is played

– How to score the round

– A review of the rules

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about six card Golf, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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  1. Say for instance I plucked a card and switched it with a card that was faced down. My next turn, could I replace that same card I just plucked with another card I plucked?

  2. Could you switch two cards that is faces up in your deck to make a matching card?

  3. Can I replace a card more than once? For example, it's my turn and I draw a 5 and decide to keep it in favor of one of my hidden cards, then on my next turn I draw a card and get a 2. Can I keep the 2 in the 5's spot which I drew last round and place the 5 back in the discard pile?

  4. how did end result in 4 pts. if joker is 2 and ace is one and 5 is five

  5. Looks fun and simple but with a good amount of depth to keep it interesting. Thanks for the video.

  6. Fun game. We play using 9 cards a deuce is worth -2 and jokers are wild. No diagonal 3 in a row only horizontal and vertical. 3 in a row is a zero row. A quad is 4 cards next to each other which = -25. Great game. I will try the 6 card version.

  7. This is the fifth video I watched of yours. You’re saying her quite a bit. But clearly they are all male hands and arms.

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  9. My compliments to the producer of this video. The graphics, demonstration, explanations and demonstration is superb! Thanks.

  10. why is everyone a she, don't assume my gender

  11. What if you are forced to finish a round with un-turned cards? Is that possible?

  12. May a player simply turn over a card without picking up from the deck?

  13. What is the name of the song that is in the intro and at the ending?

  14. Cole, thanks for this video! I had learned this game a while ago with slightly modified rules, but couldn’t remember quite how to play. Your explanation was quick, concise, and easy to follow.

    I’ve started a bit of a golf craze at the school I teach at, and it’s also a favorite in my family. Thanks again!

  15. I couldn't tell you how many videos I have watched from this channel. He keeps it simple and I learned this card game in under 6 minutes.

  16. So if that player replaces the 5 away he gets lesser points :3

  17. Thank for the clear instructions. This is a fun game!

  18. I have introduced three friends of mine to this game. We are planning a RIDICULOUS comical party where we all dress up like gentlemen, pour a few drinks, make fancy tea sandwiches, and play this game as a tournament for ourselves – all because of this video. Thank you.

  19. Hi I noticed that you don't ever replace face up cards with a new one is that because it's not allowed or you chose not to in the examples?

  20. Can you flip over one of your face down cards for ur turn, instead of picking from either pile

  21. Way to go, this video was so direct and thorough. Thank you!!

  22. Should we flip our cards for everybody to see

  23. Thanks for the easy and simple explanation

  24. If you draw a card can you switch it with a flipped up card?

  25. amazing video! simple and explains everything well. do you know who invented the golf card game tho? can't really find any background on this game

  26. At the very end, does the score should be 6 (5+ Ace) since 2 matches 2 and Joker matches King?

  27. My friends and I definitely play this different. Our kings and jokers are both worth 0, any matching pair cancels out, not just columns, and we start play by looking at and memorizing our bottom 3 cards, then playing the round with the cards all face down. Play continues each hole until one person knocks on the table, signaling that they forfeit their turn and are satisfied with their cards. Then everyone else gets one more draw, and then scores are counted for the hole. We also have a social drink every time a paired card lands in the discard pile, for instance a queen is discarded on top of a queen. DRINK! That happens surprisingly often.

  28. Bruh your videos are good that but music is so loud. Always hurts my ears.

  29. Can you only switch out hidden cards? Got an old lady yelling at me right now saying only face down can be switched.

  30. So if you pick a card from the deck and don’t wanna switch it for one of your cards. You discard it and that’s it? I could’ve sworn you have to flip over one of your cards if you choose to discard. Someone let me know if I’m wrong.

  31. We play a different variation. Jacks and sevens are 0 points. King is 10 points. Jokers are -5 points. A box is worth -20 points and a box of jokers is worth negative -40. This keeps scores closer to par, and allows players who are losing badly to use high risk strategies to get back in the game.

    Golf is actually an interesting strategy game. Play high cards because they are often discarded and easy to match? Play low cards to keep the risk down? Play fast (even if you take points) to trap the leader with a bad score? Play slow to minimize score? Swap your face up cards to reduce points on the board or focus on matches? A lot of strategy actually.

    It’s also fun if you do honors. Players go in order of the score from the previous round (lowest first), but that requires a lot of moving around.

  32. I used this video to teach my friend. I have since added new incentives for scores.
    4 of a kind: -4 points
    Small straight (3 pairs): -6 points
    Large straight (4 pairs): -8 points

  33. Really should just watch these videos before fighting over rules that I just learned

  34. A card game that starts similarly and has the same objective as Golf (get the lowest score) is called KOMBIO. It's Golf plus abilties and card shedding. Players can view, swap and match cards – this creates very dynamic rounds 😎

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