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Golf with an oval ball? Eggheads!
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Two players going for goal
Shoot for a goal rather than a hole!
Introduction

Ever played golf with an oval ball?

That's the way it's played in New Zealand.

Are they completely rugby-mad?

GolfCross is a cross-country variation of the game with more than a few differences explained later.

The principles of the game are similar except that you are now aiming for a considerably larger target that is suspended in mid-air!



Introduction
The Target
The Ball
Teeing Off

GolfCross Facts
GolfCross uses goals instead of holes
It is played with an oval ball instead of the conventional round one
You use the same rules and clubs - minus the putter


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