Paddy O’Shea’s Golf Card Game’s mission is to bring families, friends and people together for hours of fun, entertainment, and conversation.
We are a family that loves games! Card games, board games, scavenger hunts, outside games - you name it and we love to play it!
So when the opportunity comes up for us to review a new game we've never played before we get really excited to dive in!
I love that my kids are so into playing games. It's a nice time to come together, laugh, have a good time and Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game provided all that!
The game comes in a nice size, sturdy box that is good for storage and travel. A score card tablet and a 114 card deck are included.
The deck of cards are bright, fun colors the fit the theme of the game perfectly!
The card game is for 2 to 6 players and the object of the game is to score as few points as possible, just like the sport of golf. Each player arranges their cards face down in a grid pattern.
Each player is dealt 9 cards face down. The remainder of the deck is placed face down and becomes the draw pile. The top card is turned over, face up, to begin the discard pile. You want to finish the game while trying to get the lowest score. Players can reduce the value of the face up cards in front of them by swapping them for lesser value cards or by matching 3 of a kind in a row.
Each player's score is tallied and recorded on the score sheet.
You can read more about the rules HERE.
This game is easy to learn, fun to play, and luck definitely has lots to do with this game. My family also liked that it didn't end to quickly like some card games. We played our first game for about 45 minutes.
Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game is for ages 10 and up and retails for $9.95.
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