NOW ACCEPTING RETAILER PRE-ORDERS

Funagain Distribution

For brick and mortar retailers in the United States, you can now pre-order the game through our distribution partner Fun Again Distribution. 

Ask for our Fun Again Distribution rep:

Erica Sanders

We have direct to retailer sales through our website

The Table Golf Association is a first of its kind golf dexterity game.  Using 25, double-sided wooden terrain tiles players design and play their own golf course. Players flick a unique slider from tee-box to green trying to avoid the hazards and score the hole in the least shots possible.

The TGA’s unique flicking mechanism makes it the first game to make you feel like you’re actually playing golf. Unlike most sports games that are driven by cards and ‘board game’ mechanics, this game is a game of skill and action with all of the challenges and nuances of real golf.

The 60 million die-hard golfers in the world will love the game play mechanics that make it so realistic; but whether you love golf or not, you’re going to love playing the TGA.  Creating the course, avoiding the hazards and sinking the putt are all fun and easy to do, but challenging as well.  

The game also includes a weather component using a die and a spinner.  If wind is present it will effect the final location of your shot, which may push a safe shot into a hazard, or maybe save you from a bad shot, just like in real golf!

This is a game that is built to take a lot of wear and tear.  Each tile is beautifully illustrated on both sides and is made of solid wood.  It’s the kind of game that a father or grandfather can pass along, providing fun and great memories to last a lifetim

The game also includes a weather component using a die and a spinner.  If wind is present it will effect the final location of your shot, which may push a safe shot into a hazard, or maybe save you from a bad shot, just like in real golf!

Because it’s so easy to set up and play, it will be enjoyed by everyone in the family.  The game also includes 4 cardboard golf clubs that make it easier for children or persons with disability to play as well. 

The game also includes a weather component using a die and a spinner.  If wind is present it will effect the final location of your shot, which may push a safe shot into a hazard, or maybe save you from a bad shot, just like in real golf!

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