How to Play Giant Yard Pong

This ultimate beachside, poolside, backyard, tailgating, and outdoor Giant Yard Pong game and is easy to play too. So your probably wondering, how do I play the Giant Yard Pong game? Well then this is the best place to learn how to play. Get your set here.

Yard Pong PLAYING EQUIPMENT

First things first, in order to learn how to play the Giant Yard Pong game you need a Giant Yard Game game Set (or create a DIY version). Giant Yard Pong comes with 12 buckets, 2 game balls, 1 tote bag, and instructions.

 

HOW TO SET UP Yard Pong COURT LAYOUT

A regulation sized Yard Pong court will require an area of 8 feet wide by 40 feet long. The minimum vertical clearance required is 12 feet.

Teams: Teams consist of 1-2 players. Teammates play on the same side of the court.

Foul Line: The foul line is an imaginary line behind each set of buckets.

Tossing Zone: The tossing zone is the area behind each set of buckets where each team can toss their game balls.

HOW TO PLAY GIANT Yard PONG

Once the court and equipment have been set up properly, you can start playing.

Start of Game

Initial possession is determined by: shoot-off, coin flip, rock-paper-scissors, etc.

Throwing

Each player on a team throws once, trying to throw the ball into the other team’s buckets. If a ball goes into a bucket, then the bucket is removed.

Re-Racks - Teams are allowed one re-rack per game. Here are a few re-rack examples:

HOUSE RULES

Just like classic beer pong, house rules trump everything. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the hosts rules before starting the game. If this is your house…Go nuts! Yard Pong is what you want it to be.

END OF GAME

As soon as one team eliminates all of the other team’s buckets, they WIN!!! The losing team gets rebuttals as follows: one throw per player, one throw each with bring backs, each players throws until they miss. If the losing team makes all of the buckets, the game goes into overtime. If not, they lose and the game is over.

Overtime

Three (3) buckets per side in triangular formation are used in overtime and the team that is winning gets to throw first. Overtime game play is the same as normal game play and the objective is to eliminate all of the other team’s buckets.