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Annika's Revenge

This game is played up front with a few people while the crowd watches. A few years back, golfer Annika Sorenstam became the first woman golfer in 48 years to compete in a PGA Tour event. Although she did not make the weekend cut, her performance was no less exceptional.

Rules: This is a boys vs. girls game. There are two players on each team. Set up on stage one of those 10 foot long putting practice greens. It should be easy to find an avid golfer who owns one. If not, they only cost around $20 at Wal-Mart. Each player gets 5 putts. Alternate putts boy/girl. If the player makes the putt their teammate gets to do a gag to their opponent of the opposite sex. You pick the gag. You can: have them crack an egg over their opponents head, pour chocolate syrup on them, shoot them with a super soaker, or whatever. If the player misses the putt, the other team gets to do the gag on the teammate. Give a goofy prize at the end, (like a chocolate golf ball). You might want to give the girls an advantage, like make the guys putt opposite handed or have the girls stand closer to the hole.

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   Kvisa         11/13/2016 11:25:51 PM

takes a while a little expensive

   bob         12/9/2015 10:14:46 AM


   Jonathan McKee         4/8/2015 1:50:02 PM

Sorry you were offended Corey. This is the way the game was submitted to us. I actually tried it the week it was submitted and it was really fun. My girls loved it. Personally, I didn't give the girls an advantage... although interesting that the PGA and LPGA does divide the sexes. Hmmmmmm.

   Corey Harmon         4/6/2015 3:01:53 PM

I find it funny that you have based a game off one of the greatest golfers of our time - who happens to be a female...but you felt the need to "handi-cap" the girls in your rules. Wow. I know some girls that would absolutely school our boys. You should really consider removing that suggestion from your rules. Sincerely, Corey Harmon - a man - that found that a bit sexist.


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