The two Ladder Ball racks are 15 feet apart (about 5 big steps). It can be played by 2 or 4 people, divided into "red" and "blue" teams.
Each team holds three "Balos", and one member from each of the red and blue team who stands next to a ladder ball stand.
The ladder ball must be thrown to the opposite ladder ball stand, in the form of "underhand throw", and thrown in alternate turn, like red > blue > red > blue > red > blue.
If it is a one-on-one game, after completing each round of throwing, everyone goes to the opposite rack to retrieve the balos, and then directly conduct the second round of throwing in the opposite direction;
For a two-on-two game, after completing each round of throwing, players of the same team can retrieve the "wooden ladder ball" from the opposite rack and prepare for the second round of throwing. The second round of throwing rank is reverse, like blue > red > blue > red > blue > red.
Ladder Ball rack divided to 3 scoring zone:
Top Rung - 3 points；
Middle Rung - 2 points；
Bottom Rung - 1 points.
The score will be calculated after each round of throwing. The calculation method is to subtract the scores of the two teams in each round. The team with the higher score will get the subtracted score. For example, in the first round: the red team has 6 points and the blue team has 3 points, which is 6 - 3 = 3, the total score is 3 points for the red team and 0 points for the blue team. The second round: the red team has 2 points, the blue team has 9 points, that is, 9 - 2 = 7, the total score is 3 points for the red team and 7 points for the blue team.
11:15 - 12:00/ 12:00 - 12:45/ 16:00 - 16:45/ 17:00 - 17:45
Suggested Group Size per Session:
2 ~ 4
$100 / set｜ Deposit $100