Desktop Chip Shotz Golf
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- A fantastic desktop golfer
- Features magnets enable impossible chip shots
- Include trees, pond and a sand trap to improve your skills
- Designed for play in an 8" by 24" flat table top space
- Recommended age range from 8 years and above
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Top Customer Reviews
The game play is easy and fun. You set-up the course however you'd like, and then you pull back the lever on the golfer for the power of the swing and attempt to hit the ball on to a metal hole (again, the balls are magnetized).
Our space is limited, so every arrangement we set up is a par 1. Therefore, it must be a straight-on shot. However, I suppose it's feasible to make the holes more difficult and just move the little golfer man wherever the ball lands.
It's simple but addictive fun.
are able to chip the ball a long way, I like that all items are metal so the ball will stick to it and you can arange where things are including hole location so you can alter the layout and not make shots automatic. This would be a great item to have at the 19th hole to see who has to buy the first round.
More than anything else it's a great release for the office or your office mate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great. Kids enjoyed the product. Quick shipping. Smooth transaction. I would do business with this vendor again. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Tracie Cloud
I got this for my brother for a funny Christmas gift. He LOVES it. It is sitting on his desk at work. He and his co-workes play with it all the timePublished on January 17, 2013 by Sari Barker
I bought this for my BF as a stocking stuffer last year and he plays with it when he is bored at work. Read morePublished on November 18, 2012 by Kimpossible
i have a boring cubicle job and this sucker stays right on my desk. It's fun when I get bored to set up different holes and hit the magnets at ai. Appears pretty durable. Read morePublished on May 22, 2012 by Michael Zell