Burn The Textbooks, Shred The Worksheets, Teach Math.
I suppose a low-budget option would be to make your own course, or have the kids design their own (with challenges such as "make a course using these materials that would be most likely/least likely to yield a hole in one/birdie, etc"), perhaps using string to pre-measure and predict the course of the ball.I thought another option would be mini-billiards, but that's probably illegal because it's played by guys in bow-ties on TV. Rods and marbles on desk-courses could also be used as a low budget alternative.
Any feedback is welcomed
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