|Number of players||2, 3, 4|
|Team or Individual play||Individual|
- This is a putting game created to help golfers who have a hard time getting their putts to the hole. It can be played for practice or as a betting game.
- The name of the game, Twenty One, refers to the number of points that the players try to score in order to win the game.
- Points in this game are only earned by the first putt on the green. After that, more putts don’t count.
- There are two ways to earn points in this game and one way to lose them. They are as follows:
- Any player to sink a ball on their first putt on a hole get 6 points.
- If no player sinks the first putt, then the player whose ball is closest to the hole wins 3 points. However, suppose Player A’s ball is closest to the hole after the first putt, but they left their putt short. In that case, Player A only gets 1 point, not 2.
- Leaving the first putt short of a hole can result in a player losing 3 points.
- The first player to earn 21 points wins the game (or the pot).