Object: The Object of Wild Ball is to be the first player/team to reach 25 points or higher after a round is completed.
Competition: Wild 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. Each player/team must alternate putts using all twelve balls to complete each round.
To Begin Play: Before the game begins, both order of play and the Wild Ball scoring zone must be established. The Wild Ball zone becomes hot or cold, thus establishing whether or not the zone symbolizes positive or negative points (i.e.: if the 3-point area is “cold,” that means, all balls in that zone are worth –3 points. If the 3-point area is “hot,” then these balls are worth 6 points).
Scoring: The scores are tallied after a round is complete. A winner is determined by the first player/team to reach 25 points or higher after a completed round.