Moneyball

Object: The object of Money Ball is to score points by landing your Money Ball closer to the back edge than your opponents Money Ball. The first player/team to reach 25 points or higher after a round is complete wins.

Competition: Money Ball 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. Each player/team has one Money Ball. The Money Ball should be a different color making it easy to identify. Players/teams may choose to putt the Money Ball any time during the round.

Scoring: Only one player/team can score points after a round is complete. Only the player/team that has their Money Ball closest to the back edge can score. The Money Ball itself does not count for points. The player/team that scores starts the new round. A winner is determined by the first player/team to reach 25 points or higher after a round is complete.  Scores will not be tallied if the following occurs: 1) Money Ball does not land at least halfway over the minimum distance line. 2) Money Ball lands off the course or in one of the holes.

Penalties: Once the Money Ball is played, any remaining balls from that player/team must be putted past the minimum distance line, in order to qualify for points for that round.