Contact is one of the few games in which you will not need different colored balls to identify each player’s/team’s score. The game of Contact not only challenges your accuracy but your math skills as well. Like most Brick&Putt games, 12 balls are utilized and players/teams alternate putts until all 12 balls are putted. The object is to be the first player/team to reach 100 points or higher after a round is complete.
So how do you score? The only way to score points is by making contact with any ball lying on top of the course between the minimum distance line and the back end. Once a player/team does make contact, that player/team immediately receives all the points on the course. This can add up quickly.
The complete rules are illustrated in Brick&Putt Volume 2