Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game Review + Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. I received product to review and opinions are my own.

Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game Review + Giveaway


I remember growing up our family played games in the winter. It was great to get together and have family time. These are memories that you always treasure. Well, I've found a great new game that the whole family can play. This game is called Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game.

If you have ever played card games such as Uno or Hearts, this would be a great game for you! It's a really fun family game for 2 to 6 players and is recommended for ages 10 and up. It is even more challenging and fun than some of the usual card games that you may have played before.



Paddy O'Shea's Gold Card Game is a game of skill, luck and frustration. The rules are very simple and easy to learn, so it's not something that takes a long time to figure out how to play.

The game includes 114 cards which includes two normal playing decks (Ace, King, Queen, and Jack, Ten, Nine, Eight, Seven, Six, Five, Four, Three and Two) plus four Jokers, four "Good for Nothing" Mulligan cards and two "Game Changer" 19th Hole Wild cards. Just as in the sport of golf, the low score wins. A designed score sheet comes with the game which makes keeping score easy and the game so much fun for all!



My family really enjoyed playing this game together last night and agreed that it is a game that we will be playing quite often on family nights or whenever we want to have some good old-fashioned fun! The game usually takes 40 to 50 minutes so it's a game that will last a little while which makes it that more interesting also.


Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game has a suggested retail price of only $9.95, which is very reasonable compared to lots of other games. If you are looking for a birthday gift for someone or for anytime, this would be great to get!

Giveaway: Enter below for a chance to win a Paddy O'Shea's Golf Card Game for yourself. Ages 18 or older in the U.S. Ends Feb. 10, 2014.



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5 comments:

  1. Once in a while we play poker, lol

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  2. My favorite memory of playing games with my sisters was the first time we caught my oldest sister cheating and she was completely astounded that we caught her. She said "But I've never been caught before!!!"

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  3. We played Monopoly all the time when I was a kid. Now we play a lot of card games and video game.s

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  4. We play a lot of Monopoly and card games like Old Maid with the kids.
    Laurie Emerson

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  5. My favorite memory is my sisters playing card games for hours when we were growing up. We played everything from Hearts to Gin Rummy.
    Laurie Emerson

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