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Don’t know Poker? No Problem!

Stroke of Luck® is about having fun with friends. Test your skills to see who can putt the best hand. Use our interactive poker generator in regular or wild card mode to instantly see winning hands for all major poker games.

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A great game for entertaining friends and family, it’s also great for country clubs, bars, taverns or any charitable fundraising event. We have found that Stroke of Luck players prefer to use their own putters and golf balls. Players determine the rules for the game. Significant flexibility may be introduced into any game via agreed-upon rules such as: “putt again situations” and/or “wild card” consequences or benefits.


Official Rules & Game Play


  • If more than one of an individual player’s putts land on the same card, only the first card counts toward that player’s hand.
  • If a putt hits one of your earlier balls putted, we recommend the player putts again. You may want to consider marking previously putted cards using a coin or marker. You may also play a stymie game where opponents’ putted balls remain on the playing card grid.
  • The player must putt his/her ball into play (the card grid/matrix). If a putt is off the grid or onto the same card, the player loses that card (alternative suggestions: putt again or fold; players choose!).


  • We recommend a few practice putts to get a “feel” for the green.
  • Players decide the ante (buy-in), same as any poker game of chance.
  • To determine who goes first, players roll a die (not included) or use a random number generator app. Highest roll goes first. Roll again if tied.
  • Each player rolls a die to determine which position he/she will putt from (1 thru 6 “tee” positions) for the entire hand.
  • Your hand is the best of 5 or 7 cards. You may play 5-card draw or 7-card stud. Players have also played Texas Hold’em, but need a dealer/judge to determine final decisions.
  • Players will determine if a player putts all 5-7 cards at once or if they will alternate putts between players.
  • Four (4) wild cards are positioned on the mat. Players determine if wild cards are used as traditional jokers or if some are chosen to represent “fold,” “out of bounds” or “putt again” situations.
  • Should a ball land squarely on a line and players cannot agree on the lie, the play is referred to a dealer, judge or innocent bystander for a decision. Player may also be allowed to simply putt again.


We hope you will enjoy countless hours of continuous performance for your club or organization. The synthetic fiber used in the manufacturing of this game is valued for its strength, durability and stain resistance.