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Match play - you win a hole, you get to pick a disc from your opponents bag. Stand 20 feet apart. You get to throw the disc at him in attempt to make him unable to catch it. If you miss (he does not get to move) or he catches the disc, he keeps it in his bag. If you get a clean hit (no headhunting), he cannot use that disc the remainder of the round.
All throws should be done with a designated lightweight disc in softer plastic. Me and my buds use Gateways evolution plastic.
It's pretty fun, combines guts with battle golf.
Weber River flood golf
Ript and/or Ript Revenge...hands down the wackiest of all. Also totally whacked...try True "Worst Shot" Doubles.
Worst shot is a version of doubles...the exact opposite of best shot.
You park the hole on your drive....Your partner goes OB...your taking the shot from the OB lie. You sink a 100 footer, your partner has to do the same. You Ace first, your partner has to throw an Ace too. The hole isn't completed until both partners make the shot/putt.
Don't get me started on worst shot Jamie. I would rather stay home and cut myself with broken glass while rats chew on my feet.
Spontaneous Safari is great where each person takes a turn choosing a Safari hole. Of course this is best played with few people on the course.
Maybe naked night golf on shrooms. Just kidding...
Yeah, it's always fun to have a blind shot 200 foot made basket disqualified because your partner didn't make the same shot. Barrel of laughs. That happened to me during random draw doubles. I don't want to rehash it all here as there were plenty of people calling me names for taking a stand against worst shot. Now of course it is quite different if you bring your own partner. Yet I see no use for such a format as it encourages not trying, which is the opposite of a sport based on skill. Playing blindfolded while standing on one leg and pointing away from the basket would be just as good of a format IMHO.
Anyway, I have taken my stand and even went so far as asking for my money back when someone called two holes of "worst shot" during a random draw doubles. I later learned that they amended it by allowing made baskets to count as they should. I might have stayed if I had known that. But this is of course my two cents and people can disagree if they want. Still the format does encourage not trying because if your partner has already shanked out of bounds there is really no reason for you to even throw. You will be taking his (or her) shot. The format does not in any way demonstrate skill. It only demonstrates your ability to manage f%^ked up rules. You will never see it being used in ball golf because they have no use for it and big money is on the line.