Gravity Disc™ Games
Gravity Disc™️ F-U-N Shoot Out
Fun Shootout (F-U-N) is a game played by two people with the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net Set.
The idea of the game involves matching Trick Shots. The player who makes shots that the opponent does not duplicate, wins the game!
Example: The second person shooting must duplicate the first person's shot, if it is made. If the second shooter misses, he/she receives the letter "F". If the first person's shot is missed, the second shooter may attempt any shot they can imagine. If his/her shot is made, the opponent is obligated to duplicate it. Each time a shooter misses a shot that he/she attempted to duplicate, a letter is "awarded". The game continues until one person accumulates all 3 letters or F-U-N.
- The person who will shoot first will be determined by coin flip or trick shot.
- Shots can be attempted from anywhere the players can imagine. Each player gets to attempt each chosen trick shot with all 5 Gravity Discs™️.
- Shots may be "slop" shots or "called" shots. "Called" shots must be made as the call indicates or counts as a miss. "Called" shots must be called before the shot. "Called" shots are as follows:
- Bank - off of a surface and into the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net, may touch the rim.
- Straight In - must go into the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net without touching another surface or the rim.
- Swish - directly into the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net without a bank shot or touching the rim.
- Opposite Hand - if the shooter is right handed the shot is attempted with the left hand and vice versa.
- Jump Shot - both feet off the ground when the Gravity Disc™️ is released.
- Set Shot - both feet in contact with the ground when the Gravity Disc™️ is released.
- No shot may be attempted twice in a row from the same spot to give the opponent 2 consecutive letters.
- All games will be self-officiated on the honor system.
- Match - best 2 out of 3 games.
Gravity Disc™️ Golf
Have you ever really wanted to play Disc Golf with your friends and family, but did not have the time or means of making it all the way out to the nearest Disc Golf course or it was raining outside? Well that is where Gravity Disc™️Golf comes in!
Gravity Disc™️ Golf rules are easy to learn and the game can be played Indoors and OutDoors. The rules of Gravity Disc™️ Golf and how you play are similar to traditional golf, but with Gravity Discs™️ and the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net instead of balls, clubs, and standard holes.
Objective of the Game
Gravity Disc™️ Golf is played like traditional golf, but with Gravity Discs™️ and the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net instead of balls, clubs, and standard holes. One throw (stroke) is counted each time the Gravity Disc™️ is thrown and when a penalty is incurred. The goal is to play each hole in the fewest strokes possible. The player with the lowest total strokes for the entire course wins. The standard course length is 9 holes. The hole is completed when the Gravity Disc™️ comes to rest in the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net. If playing with a younger age group or individuals who are new to Gravity Disc™️ Golf, it is recommended to allow contact with any portion of the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net to constitute a successful completion of the hole in order to make the game easier and more enjoyable for beginners.
Never throw when players or other people are within range. Always give people the right of way. Be aware of your surroundings and environment at all times. Also, be sure to not set up the Gravity Disc™️Trick Shot Net near windows, automobiles, mom’s favorite vase, or other property that may be damaged if a throw is missed.
To begin, decide with your friends or family where the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net will be placed for the first hole of the course, also decide where the location will be for the group to tee off. The Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net does not necessarily have to be visible from the tee off location, however each player must know where the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net is located in order to keep the game fair!
Each hole begins with a tee throw. Tee throws must be completed within or behind the designated tee area decided on by the group.
The lie is the spot where the player’s previous throw has landed. Mark each lie with a marker or leave the thrown Gravity Disc™️ on the ground where it landed. It is recommended that each player throw a different color Gravity Disc™️ in order to avoid confusion as to whose Gravity Disc™️ is whose. The player’s subsequent throw is made from directly behind the marked lie.
A close range trick shot into the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net will determine who tees off first to begin the course. The player with the least amount of strokes on the previous hole is the first to tee off on the next hole. After all players have teed off, the player whose Gravity Disc™️is farthest from the hole always throws first.
Fairway throws must be made from directly behind the lie. A run-up and normal follow-through, after release, is allowed, unless the lie is within 10 meters of the target. Any shot within 10 meters of the target requires that the player maintain balance and not move past the lie upon throwing.
A mandatory, or mando, is one or more designated trees, poles, pieces of furniture, or walls in the fairway that must be passed to the correct side as decided on by the group. If the Gravity Disc™️ passes to the wrong side of mandatory, either play from the previous lie or from a marked drop zone area if applicable and add a one throw penalty.
Completion Of Hole
A Gravity Disc™️ that comes to rest in the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net constitutes the successful completion of that hole. If playing with a younger age group or individuals who are new to Gravity Disc™️ Golf, it is recommended to allow contact with any portion of the Gravity Disc™️ Trick Shot Net to constitute a successful completion of the hole in order to make the game easier and more enjoyable for beginners.
Out Of Bounds
If any area out of bounds is visible between the Gravity Disc™️ and out of bounds line, then the disc is considered out of bounds. A throw that lands out of bounds, must be played from a point up to 1 meter in bounds from where the Gravity Disc™️ crossed over the out of bounds line. Permanent water hazards, public roads, private property, mom and dad’s room, and most park boundaries are almost always out of bounds.