Anywhere you won’t break something!
The great thing about Tennis Ball Golf is that you get to design your own course.
Pick a place in your yard (or local park) where you won’t be hitting any major rocks in your swing. This place is called the “tee box” and this is where you start. Then pick something to be the hole, larger items (air conditioning units, large trees, a garage door, etc…) are friendlier targets for beginners.
Drop your tennis ball at the tee box and see how many swings it takes to get your ball to hit the hole, this is your score.
Swinging at a ball sitting on concrete or rocks will likely beat up your golf club, so don’t use any nice clubs, or come up with a rule about moving the ball onto a more club-friendly surface. You may also be able to find cheap golf clubs at Goodwill.
This is all about having fun so come up with creative ideas for holes or make up a crazy rule to keep it interesting (i.e., the youngest player gets to toss their golf ball once a hole).
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