Rules for Golf | Simply Mac Solitaire
Card Layout: There are seven tableau piles, one stock pile at the bottom next to a discard pile. Five cards are dealt onto each of the seven tableau piles totally 35 cards. One card is face up in the discard pile and that card is like a base value and starts the game. The rest of the cards are in the stock pile.
To Win the Game: All cards must be eliminated to the discard pile.
To Play the Game: There's already one face up card in the discard pile, so you must find a face up card that is one higher or one lower than the value of the discard card and click on it. It will then go to the discard pile. You then apply the same principles to that card. For example, the first discard card is a 4, so you click on a 5 or 3 if it is on the tableau. If not, you must draw from the stock pile. If you have a King, you can either choose an Ace or a Queen unless you choose an optional variation that doesn't allow you to use a Queen (See the options in Golf). Note: Only a 2 can follow an Ace (you cannot put a King on an Ace). Also note that you can only use the stock pile one time.
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