After going to a few of these 2-strike tournaments, the local operator decided to change the format of the event to a pin-golf tournament. Instead of playing 1v1 games, I was now playing in a group of four people on nine different games. Instead of playing to see who gets the best score, there were now two goals for each game: use the fewest number of balls possible to either (1) reach a target score or (2) complete a certain objective in the game. At first, I was a little hesitant with this new option, as while I knew how to do somethings on some games, I didn’t know most of the finer points of these games, such as lighting a spinner or getting a three-way combo.
Source: Shooting Under Par
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