Win or Dare Putt-Putt Date

November 11, 2011

in the generous life

Thanks Debi (of The Romantic Vineyard) for another great date night idea!  (If you’re not into putt-putt, this idea could be modified for any number of games.)

© Irene Scales | Dreamstime.comYou’ve heard of Truth or Dare most likely, well this is cleaner and a great way to spend an evening outside on your next date.

THE RULES:

♥  There is one dare per hole.
♥  The idea is to win each hole.
♥  If you don’t win then you have to do the dare for that hole.
♥  If there is a tie on a hole you both win, so no one has to do the dare.
♥  Keep track of who wins the most holes. The winner gets the treat of their choice.

THE DARES: (print them and take with you to the course.)

Hole 1 – Play the next hole with one hand behind your back.
Hole 2 – Sing “You Are So Beautiful” to your spouse out loud.
Hole 3 – Do the Tarzan call or imitate a monkey. Your choice.
Hole 4 – Play the next hole facing opposite direction. If you normally face left, face right or vice versa.
Hole 5 – Twirl in a circle 10 times like a ballerina.
Hole 6 – Do 10 jumping jacks.
Hole 7 – Get the signature of a stranger on your scorecard before starting next hole.
Hole 8 – Dance with your spouse to the next hole.
Hole 9 – Hit your first shot with your eyes closed.
Hole 10 – Wild Card – your spouse gets to choose what you have to do, either now or later.
Hole 11 – Flamingo hole – play this hole while standing on one leg.
Hole 12 – Skip to the next hole or play an air guitar. Your choice.
Hole 13 – Kiss your spouse in 13 places (careful, you’re in public.)
Hole 14 – Twirl your golf club like a baton.
Hole 15 – Play the next hole sitting down for each shot.
Hole 16 – Play the next hole using your foot instead of your club.
Hole 17 – Kiss for 1 minute.
Hole 18 – Play this hole together with the husband standing behind the wife both holding the same club. Do this for every shot until the ball is in the hole.

NOTE: The great thing about this game is that you can change the DARES to suit your personalities. Make it fun and memorable. And don’t forget your camera – you’ll most likely be talking about this date for awhile!

Image credidt © Irene Scales | Dreamstime.com

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3 Ways: Make Celebration a Way of Life – A reminder to enjoy the journey (from Stupendous Marriage).

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For the next 10 days, Joshua Becker’s book Simplify (Kindle edition) (aff link) is on sale for 99¢.  (Also available for Nook and other devices.)  This is a lovely book about (you guessed it) simplifying your life (less stuff, less clutter) and at 99¢ that’s a great deal.

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 Be generous!  Lori <><
44 days ’til Christmas!

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David Patrick November 11, 2011 at 2:27 am

This is a cute date idea. And thanks for the Christmas countdown at the bottom!

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Matthew November 11, 2011 at 5:08 pm

This would definitely make a fun date. I’ll have to try it with my wife. :D Thanks for sharing!

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