Sunday, June 27, 2021

Playing Gator Golf With Teens

Summer has started for many areas and keeping kids offline and engaged is a struggle for many especially when you have your own work to get done or chores around the house to do. I know how hard it is when you have young ones who are so into being on a game system or You Tube watching others play games but we as parents need to make a conscious effort to keep our kids engaged, focused and excited about this non virtual reality we live in! Gaming is great, You Tube is great but there needs to be a balance and unplugged games are so much fun! Gator Golf is a fun game. You get to stand, swing a club and omg retrieve the ball which is what I spent most of my time doing but hey exercise is important too right?!

We had something like this game when my kids were younger but it has changed a little. Now there are buttons on the gator so you can keep tabs on your points. 

If you love miniature golf  but omg the prices of playing with families these days has gone up try it at home or at least practice your moves so before you get to the course, you are ready to sink some balls.  While there may not be a windmill with this you can create your own mini gold course and make it as easy or as difficult as you want. 

The girls didn't do anything fancy but they did enjoy our cat joining the game. Jinxy did try to steal their balls every once in a while which was somewhat of a challenge but what kind of fun is had by an easy game of golf anyway? 


Gator Golf

A hole-in-one is a lot more fun with Gator Golf! Grab your flamingo golf club, and aim to feed this hungry little Gator. Sink your putt by hitting your ball through the Gator’s mouth into his tail to score, but watch out – he’ll flick your ball with his tail for more putting action. The first player to score 3 points wins! Fun, active gameplay gets kids up and moving while developing large motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Cute birds on the Gator’s back serve as built-in score keepers. Gator Golf plays best indoors on low-pile carpet. 

Bullet Points

  • A hole-in-one is a lot more fun with Gator Golf!
  • Putt the ball into the Gator's mouth to score, and he'll toss your ball back with his tail for more golfing fun
  • Be the first player to score three points to win
  • Active gameplay helps develop large motor skills and gets kids moving
  • For 2-4 players, ages 3 and up
The girls had a great time and have taken the game out a few times every time Goddess friend is over.  I love that these teens love playing unplugged and I love that they still want to play games with me. . Makes my heart happy!

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