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PRESS RELEASE: “Off The Tee” Seeking Support On Kickstarter

August 31st, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

I’m not going to lie…I’m absolutely terrible at Golf.  If there’s one thing that turns me into Mr. Hyde faster than driving amongst idiots, it’s Golf.  Perhaps some of you know what I’m talking about. Luckily, you won’t have to worry about such things when playing “Off The Tee”, a current Kickstarter project that is seeking your help.  “Off The Tee” is more along the lines of a trivia game, but with a Golf-esque theme.  This game is for 2-8 players , ages 12+, and features a number of different goodies for fans and non-fans alike to sink their nine-iron into.

Off The Tee

Off The Tee


In a recent press release, Darrell Howard (the game’s creator) had this to say:

“Off The Tee, The New golf board game.  This game is the closest to playing golf without picking up a club.  As you roll your dice, you will come across trivia questions, bonus cards, and hazard game spaces, along with acts or events that you may have seen or encountered while playing golf.  Once you land on the green you will roll to achieve your score for that hole. When everyone finishes you proceed to the next tee.  You can collect different bonus, such as, forward one space or deduct one stroke.  The entire goal of Off The Tee is to shoot the lowest score for your round whether its 9 or 18 holes.  This game has two 9 hole boards that are different in several ways. This game can have up to 8 players and plays in a timely fashion. Approximately 200 golfers that have played the game have stated that the game time averages about 2 hours for 18 holes.   The game comes with 150 unique trivia questions. The game accommodates both young and old golfers alike.  We added a handicap system that is completely optional to help the less experienced golfer enjoy the game.  Another great detail about Off The Tee is that you will be able to buy additional trivia from 20 different categories in late 2014.”

You can learn more about and support “Off The Tee” by visiting its Kickstarter page, here:


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