English Martyrs Catholic

Primary School

A Learning Community in Christ

Week 10- GOLF



This weeks sport is GOLF. There are four challenges to complete, don't forget to upload your best scores by midday 12pm, on Friday 10th of July at


Good Luck!


Challenge 1: Dominoes

Place 8 cones, or objects of a similar size, in a straight line behind one-another.

Standing 2 metres from the nearest cone, roll the ball with a putter to try and hit the nearest cone (target at the front of the line).

If you hit the cone, remove it and move on to the next cone. Your starting point does not move, so with each cone removed, the putt becomes longer.

You should only use one ball, collecting it between shots.

You must hit the cones in order, and can only remove it once you have successfully hit it.

How many targets can you hit and collect in 1 minute?


Challenge 2: Grand National

Roll up 5 towels to create fences, and place them on the ground in front of you. The first should be 1 metre from you, and then 1 metre apart from one-another.

Chip the ball over the fences to score points. If your ball goes over the fifth fence then this is 0 points as it is out of bounds.

You can use as many balls as you like, and a partner can retrieve the ball for you.

How many points can you score in 30 seconds?



Challenge 3: Lockdown Knockdown

Place 4 objects (baked bean can size) in a line on a slightly raised area (such as a chair or bench) approximately 50cm off of the ground.

Standing 3 metres away, chip the ball trying to hit the objects.

You should only use one ball, and retrieve it between shots. You do not need to remove the target after hitting it, and can hit each target multiple times. If your targets fall over, you or a partner can replace them between shots.

Make sure that your target objects aren’t breakable, and that you are chipping away from windows, greenhouses etc.

How many targets can you hit in 1 minute?


Challenge 4: Crazy Golf

Set up 2 cones and 4 barriers (rolled up towels, skipping rope etc).

Starting from one cone, putt through the course and hit the other cone, in as few shots as possible.

You must follow the course of the orange line in the diagram. You cannot chip over, or putt around the course.

Complete the course in as few shots as possible.