Campus golf is similar to golf but with a few rule changes. First, you play only with one club. This is usually a 5 to 8 iron. Instead of a golf ball, you use a tennis ball. The holes can be whatever you choose. For instance, you can play to signs on campus, sides of building, trees or other objects. Other than that, the rules are the same as regular golf. You can compete in match play, stroke play, scrambles, etc. As you set up your holes on campus, be aware of windows, traffic, etc., to avoid damage to property and injury to others who may be passing by your course.
Submitted by Michael Bredehoft, Resident Assistant, Bethany College