Golf Solitaire is a mentally stimulating solo card game. The game uses a regular 52 card deck, but the rules differ from regular Solitaire.
How to Play Golf Solitaire
The objective of Golf Solitaire is to get all cards from the seven columns into the single face-up pile at the bottom. Cards can be moved to this pile if they are one number higher or lower than the top card.
When there are no cards to play, you can flip a card from the face-down pile until you get one that can be played.
How do I win?
You win the game when you successfully move all the cards from the seven columns into your face-up pile. The game is lost when you get stuck with no more cards left to play.
However, there are hints and a "card steal" button for when you're stuck. Steal takes a card from one of the columns at random, regardless of what it is. The hint button will show you the best move when there are moves available.
More Solitaire Games
Solo card games are a popular way to pass the time and stimulate the mind when at home. Here are some more Solitaire card games to keep you occupied:
One Suit Solitaire - as the name suggests, this version of Solitaire uses one suit to simplify the game for beginners. Ideal if you're just getting started.
FreeCell Classic - relive the classic FreeCell Solitaire experience.
Pyramid Solitaire Ancient Egypt - clear the pyramid of cards by pairing cards which add up to 13.
DrMop made Golf Solitaire. You should check the developer's other Solitaire variation games, such as Solitaire Social and Australian Patience.
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