Step 1: Materials
Shovel (small one works best)
Small ball (tennis ball size)
Good amount of space to fit your game (make it how ever big you want it)
For 1 or more players
Step 2: Making the Walls
Using your hands (they work best), drag up the sand from opposite sides to make a short but sturdy wall. There should be a back wall and I usually only make the side walls go out as far as the holes.
Step 3: Making the Holes
This is where you get to be creative. Use the shovel to make various holes within the walls. I typically have two or three in the back, one in the middle and two in the front.
The holes should be a little bigger than the ball, but you can make them whatever size you want.
Step 4: Making It Interesting
I have even put a hole outside the walls worth negative points.
**Please add your suggestions, I'm always looking for new things to try**
Step 5: Final Steps and Play
Make each hole worth a certain amount of points and decide upon a total score the winner must reach.
For example the back holes are worth 20 points, the front ones worth 10. The winner is the first player to reach 150 points.
Each player gets three rolls (roll the ball to get it in the hole), after his or her 3 rolls, the next player is up and so on.
The game takes about 15 minutes to set up and at least that long for a single game of 2 players, depending on how good you are at it.
Step 6: Have Fun
I hope you can get a chance to play the game and get as much enjoyment out of it as I have.
Have fun and good luck!