Make a version like this for your favorite golfer or make one for the kids with larger holes for bigger balls. Family fun!
Use a utility knife to cut different sized notches from the edge of a cardboard box. Wrap the box in craft paper and use colorful markers or tapes to line the edges. Mark a point system if your interested in keeping track or putting against someone. (Make sure the smallest hole is worth the most points, but is big enough for a ball to go through!) Use pool noodles or rolled up towels along the sides as ball bumpers.
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From the gear to your warm-up and cool down sessions – you’ll find great tips in this entertaining article!
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Who are we kidding – lawn, gravel, dirt, or any surface! We learned of this game at scout camp – we think you’ll have as much fun as we did. And making a Koob set is easy too!
Click this link for the play KOOB Manual
Click HERE for the article and instructions to make your own Koob set.
Fun at the family camp-out, at scout or sport camps, birthday parties, or just in the backyard! Easy to make – use that old tarp with the holes or rips in it!
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So that’s what those extra holes are for! Who knew?! 🙂
This would be a hit at your spring or summer outdoor gathering. Think – family reunion, birthday party, scout camp, work picnic, etc..
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Get your groove on with this collection!
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