Have you had a chance to play a few holes of iQuest Golf?  What did you think?  Are you  becoming more familiar with the rules and comfortable with adapting your clubs to fit the situations created by the game? Have you or your friends made any great shots?  Tell us about it!

This page is dedicated to iQuest Golf Experiences and golf chatter – your feedback, experiences, and suggestions.  We have already received several comments, some suggestions, calls for clarification and other tidbits to consider before play.  Check out the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for all the answers.

8 Responses to “Experiences”

  1. Scott - Tampa says:

    February 9th, 2009 at 2:26 pm

    Hey! I got your game at the show. Read the instructions and called a friend to play yesterday. No one got a strategy card on the first hole. Nobody got the putter. We’re bogey golfers and our scores were about the same. The next Par 4 was different. I took Dan’s putter and had him hit out of the sand a second time, he actually got it closer to the pin. With his mulligan he parred. I lipped out a birdie putt with my wedge. It was fun. We played another Par 4 and a Par 3 finishing off on a Par 5. The Par 3 was the toughest though. It was hard with just 3 cards. Good times!

  2. allan says:

    February 9th, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    Scott, Thanks for sharing. Remember, you can take more than three cards… up to 7 cards if you are playing with one other player. The idea is not to become frustrated. Drawing cards that match the Par on the hole in play is best for low-handicap golfers. Next time try 5 cards. @

  3. Golf Pro Steve says:

    May 2nd, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    Thanks for the information! This is exactly what I was looking for!

  4. Dusty says:

    May 3rd, 2009 at 8:02 pm

    Here’s my feedback.

    Just returned from my annual road trip to the Pinehurst area. There were 12 of us and 4 of the guys had the iQuest games they got at the PGA Show. A lot of guys were skeptical of playing cards on the course and pace of play. We were all surprised. No problems with pace of play using carts. We played 6 holes holes in two-man teams format, alternate shot and best ball, using one deck per foursome and drawing 2 cards above par on the hole. Everything worked out great!

    There was only one complaint. One of the guys was pissed he couldn’t use his driver. Of course, he never drew the card. He was roundly booed and had to buy drinks that night because he kept complaining. Serves him right. One question? Why the steal a club strategy card? Dusty, Ft. Wayne, IN

  5. allan says:

    May 4th, 2009 at 11:06 am

    Thanks for the feedback. I love the guy who didn’t get a chance to use his driver. It was probably a new one, right? 😉
    To answer your question on the “steal a club” strategy card. It was really serendipity. We had a prototype on the course and my son drew the driver and the putter. He kills the ball with the driver and with his putter I knew I was doomed. I just looked at his cards and said, “I wish I could steal one of those clubs.” That was it. Believe me, that strategy card has made many golfers groan! @

  6. PGApro34 says:

    June 12th, 2009 at 8:33 am

    Finally got a chance to play your game. Interesting concept. I’m not sure I would play every hole but it was challenging on the holes we did play. I can see this being a good give-away for tournaments. It’s definitely different. Good luck!

  7. allan says:

    June 13th, 2009 at 11:06 am

    Thanks! We are starting to provide tournaments with bulk sales of the game. Also, you don’t need to play every hole. We specifically made the game for those golfers that needed a challenge every now and then. When I play, I usually deal out 1-5 holes a round. If the round is heading south (which has been known to happen), I play more. Cheers! @

  8. Andy Jensen, GA says:

    July 21st, 2009 at 3:06 pm

    I got iQuest as a tournament give-away. I stuck it in my bag and forgot about it. When I was getting sunscreen I picked it up, opened it and read the directions. Cleaver! I’ve played it with friends over a dozen times. I think the Do it Again card is awesome. But not as deadly as the Steal a Club card. The best way to play is two against two straight up. -AJ

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