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Easy to learn. Quick to play.

Draw, flip, and discard cards to shoot the lowest score.

Use a combination of strategy and luck-of-the-draw to match cards, reduce your score, and win the hole.

Each round is a Hole and can be played up to 9 Holes.

Everything you need included:

  • 2-6 Players
  • 15 mins per hole
  • Scorecard included
  • Pencil
  • 108 cards
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The Par-fect Game!

How many people can play?

We recommend starting with 2-6 players with a single game. If you have two boxes we've seen games play up to 12 people!

How long does a game take?

The average game lasts for 10-15 mintues for each hole. You can play up to 9 holes.

Will my kids like this game?

Of course! Golf is for all ages and so is Play Nine. Kids love Play Nine because it's easy but challenging.

Can I play if I don't like golf?

No golf skills required. Play Nine is golf themed with some fun golf characters.

Is this just a game of luck?

We like games of skill too! Play Nine does takes some strategy to win.

How To Play

Quick, casual, fun...Play Nine is a great game for a casual game night or family get together. Learn how to play the game of Play Nine by reading reviewing the summary below or reading the rules.

Play Nine card game - how to play

Set The Course

Deal 8 cards to each player. Then arrange your cards into two rows of 4 cards. Each player flips two cards face up to start the game.

Advancing Down The Fairway

Play continues in order with all players drawing, then turning over or replacing a card as they shoot for the lowestscore.

Have a bad shot? Don't despair. With some strategic thinking and a little luck of the draw, you can tum a wayward shot into a stroke of genius.

Shaving Off Strokes

Players draw, decide, and discard working to match vertical pairs of cards. When matching a pair, the cards cancel out equaling zero points. In this example, the golfer has 12 points.

Winning The Hole

As players go about their turn flipping and discarding cards, strokes will reduce and one player will be met with the question of flipping their last card face up. Players have the choice to skip their turn after drawing a card and immediately discarding it in hopes of reducing their strokes in the next turn. When a player decides to flip their last card, each other person has one final turn before the Hole ends.

Play 9 holes and the player with the lowest strokes wins the game.