Noun, pronounced bawlf
An elegant game combing features of the traditional game of golf and elements of bowling. In this 9 hole game, the !bolfer hit from the tee. The player can hit the ball again from the spot where it lands, or pick up the ball manually and toss it in an underhanded, bowling like motion to a better spot. For each hole, the player tallies the number of hits with the club and !bolf tosses.
To move the game along, !bolfers can also take one Long Ride Carrying Ball (LRCB) per hole.
Ultimately getting the ball in the hole with the club is not essential.
!Bolfers must respect the rules of golf that make a difference for others on the course, such as yelling fore, taking care of the sand and all other golf courtesies.
A point of !bolf is to thoroughly enjoy a few hours on the course without the performance pressure and occasional frustration caused by the more rigid rules of traditional golf.
The exclamation point is used in front of the word to signal the extreme enthusiasm for the game by people who didn't previously golf.
Mary and Alice spent the day on the golf course !bolfing. As !bolfers, they enjoy the being out on the course, having fun and moving the ball along efficiently by a variety of means.