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Paper Airplane Golf




This game is a lot like the real game of golf, but you play it indoors using your arm and a paper airplane rather than outside using gold clubs and a ball, and it doesn’t take nearly as long.

You can play the game alone or with friends.

We recommend using the Count, Slice, or Butterfly.

Choose between three and nine landing spots (these will be your “holes”), such as chairs, tables, and small rugs.

They don’t all have to be within one throw of each other; in fact they don’t even have to be I the same room.

In golf it’s normal to have to hit a few shots between holes, and in this game you can set it up so that some holes require at least three to five throws.

If you want, number the “holes” with pieces of paper so you remember the order you’re supposed to go in.

the object of the game is to land on all the spots using the fewest number of throws.

If you set up a challenging and fun course, write down where all the holes are so you can play the course again and improve your “golf” game.

This is an excellent game to play if you’re sick and have to stay in bed.

It’s also fun if you’re sick and have to stay in bet.

It’s also fun if you’re feeling lazy or watching TV.

All you need is a paper airplane (almost any kind will do), about 15 feet of string or strong thread, and some tape.

Tape the string to the pane near where you’d hold it to throw it.

Then tie the other end of the string to your wrist.

Choose or set up a target about 10 feet away from where you are and see how well you can land on it.



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