It's basically just a table-top pool table that uses golf balls. It's actually quite fun and makes for a nice, quiet, drinking game. Plus, it stores as easily as a card table.
Step 1: Gather Materials
3 - 2 inch x 2 inch squareboards -- Mine were 10 foot long, but you really need two 8 footers and two 3 footers for the bumpers.
2 - sheets hobby foam -- the rubbery stuff. It's like 50 cents / sheet.
1 - can spray adhesive -- yes, you'll likely use the whole can and get quite a headache in the process
2 - yards netting -- I used nylon but whatever works. This will be the pockets.
9 - yards green felt -- you must use green or I will beat you until candy falls out.
Step 2: Cut the Foam
Step 3: Cut the Door
Similar process for the side pockets. Remember that you're building this on a cheap interior door, so the corner pockets will be quite easy to cut because it's hollow EXCEPT where the handles would go. (i.e. side pockets) So remember that the side pockets will be harder to cut.
Check the professional artists rendering for a perfectly-to-scale drawing of this process.
Step 4: Line the Table
Spray a 1 foot wide strip of adhesive on the door and place the felt. Spray another foot or so and unroll the felt across little by little, repeating the process to the other side.
Roll out the wrinkles as you go.
Trim the extra felt around the curve inside the pockets about 1 inch and cut several strips perpindicular to the wood to bend inside the door and attach with spray adhesive. (Getting dizzy from the fumes yet?)
Step 5: Line the Bumpers
Put two 8 footers on the outside and measure the width on the inside of those for the sorter sides.
Use more spray adhesive to stick the strips of foam on the bumpers and let it dry. You may want to keep some pressure on it so it sticks well.
Then, roll each bumper in felt and trim as necessary.
Step 6: Attach the Bumpers
Step 7: Line the Pockets
Step 8: Gather the Rest of Your Materials
Play some pool!