Object: The object of Contact is to Score points by hitting any ball lying on top of the course. A winner is the first player/team to reach 100 points or higher after a round is complete.
Competition: Contact can be played either one-on-one or with teams.
Format: A total of twelve balls are used for each round and must be evenly divided among all players/teams.
To Begin Play: Each player/team alternates putts until all twelve balls are putted. The object is to putt a ball and make contact with any ball that is on top of the course. Once a round is complete the player/team with the highest standing score putts first for the new round.
Balls that lie in front of the Minimum Distance Line are to be removed.
Scoring: Scores can only be tallied by making contact with any ball on top of the course. Scores are tallied immediately when contact is made. A player/team who putts and hits another ball on top of the course immediately receives the total amount of points from all balls on the course. A winner is determined by the first player/team to reach 100 points or higher after a completed round.
Penalties: If any player/team reaches 100 points or higher before a completed round, all remaining balls from that player/team must lie at least halfway over the minimum distance line. If balls are putted short of the minimum distance line, 20 points will be deducted from their score.