Get the whole family in on the fun of Putter Pool-a game that combines the challenge of golf with the game of pool.
Just roll out the green mat (similar to that of the fabric found on a pool table top) in the den, finished basement-any level surface indoors, velcro® the rails along the edges, and take turns shooting the balls into the pockets-just like the real thing.
Game scores like pool. It's a great way to help kids build hand-eye coordination, strategy and family memories. Kit includes: carbon fiber golf clubs, 16 golf balls, Green mat, Rails.
For ages 6 and up. Sorry, gift wrap not available.
• Combines the challenge of golf with the game of pool • Helps kids build hand-eye coordination, strategy • Includes: golf clubs, 16 golf balls, Green mat, Rails
Comments about Product: I came across this game after I had purchased all gifts for Christmas 2011. I asked the mom if she thought it would be a good choice for 2012. Of course she agreed whole-heartedly.
Comments about Product: My granddaughter wanted to play again and again. We made up putting and pool games. We even pretended to play soccer trying to get the ball in the net (hole). Her golfer pawpaw showed her how to hold the putter, etc.
Comments about Product: We use it in our center with children 3-12 and everyone enjoys it. It can be used with out the clubs by rolling for younger children and it is super easy to put together and take apart. We even vacume cleaned it and it stayed in place.
Comments about Product: The box arrived dented and torn down the entire length. I was very concerned that pieces would be missing. Fortunately nothing had fallen out (though I can't imagine how they didn't)and everything was in place for immediate play. This combined two of my grandson's favorite activities, "pool balls" and putt putt. I think the game was created with him in mind!
Comments about Product: We have a "special needs" adult son. Great gift for (he's only 5'6".) Have extra den to keep set up in. Depending on age of child/children, parent can simplify rules. Balls are crowded--we may take just a few out. Then we may make it harder by rule that player has to put they balls in in ascending number order. Just have to experiment with making rules for your kids.