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Gameplay

MATCH PLAY - 9 OR 18 HOLES

You take three shots in a row and tally your total score. Your opponent standing next to you goes next. The player with the highest total score wins that “hole” for his/her team.

Example:
Tiger Woods takes three shots:
1 point for a Boardie | 3 points for a 3-Hole | 0 points for an Airball
Total = 4 points

John Daly takes his three shots:
5 points for a 5-Hole | 3 points for a 3-Hole | 0 points for an Airball 
Total = 8 points

In this example, John Daly wins the "hole" and gets 1 point aka goes "up 1" with 8 or 17 holes (depending on whether you are playing a 9 or 18 hole match) left to play. The players on the other side then battle it out for "hole" #2, and so on. Winner is determined when one team has won more "holes" than there are left to play. Settle ties with a sudden death playoff where each team selects the player they want to compete for the win. Talk about intensity! Match Play is loved and probably best suited for golf enthusiasts who are used to scoring things in a similar manner.

CORNHOLE STYLE - CANCELLATION SCORING TO 18

You take three shots in a row and tally your total score. Your opponent standing next to you goes next. Points cancel, so only one player will score on each turn.

Example:
Tiger Woods takes three shots:
1 point for a Boardie | 3 points for a 3-Hole | 0 points for an Airball
Total = 4 points

John Daly takes his three shots:
5 points for a 5-Hole | 3 points for a 3-Hole | 0 points for an Airball 
Total = 8 points

In this example, John Daly gets 4 points. His score of 8 points minus Tiger's score of 4 points = 4 points. Alternate sides until one team reaches or exceeds 18. Cornhole Style scoring is easiest if you're a big backyard game guy or gal.

ONE ON ONE - "SIX BALL"

Maybe you only have one friend? Fear not! Six Ball is the two-player game for you! Each player stands next to his/her own Chippo board. Chip all six balls toward your opponent, tally your total score for all six chips. He/she then chips the six balls back toward your Chippo board, and tallies his/her total score for all six chips. Six Ball accommodates both Match Play and Cornhole Style scoring. Pick yer poison! 

Example:
Tiger Woods takes his six shots
3 points for a 3-Hole | 1 point for a boardie | 6 points for a Bounce Shot 3-Hole | 10 points for a Bounce Shot 5-Hole | 0 points for an Airball |
3 points for a 3-Hole
Total = 23 points

John Daly chips his six balls back
6 points for a Bounce Shot 3-Hole |6 points for a Bounce Shot 3-Hole | 1 point for a Boardie  | 0 points for an Airball  | 5 points for a 5-Hole
| 2 points for a Bounce Shot Boardie
Total = 20 points

Tiger would win this hole, and go up 1 with 8 to play in a game of Nine Hole "Six Ball" Match Play. Tiger would get 3 points in a game of "Six Ball" Cornhole Style, as his 23 points minus JD's 20 points = 3 points. Either way, Tiger wins. Felt good to say that.

And guess what! You can drink beer, heckle your friends and gamble while doing this. Chip it and Sip it, baby. Life is good.