The simplicity of this game is its charm. Since everyone has the same handicap—eyes closed—they can be competitive with the likes of Tiger Woods.
Create a "fairway" on a standard-sized piece of paper -- a shape that is the boundary for the tee-off area and hole. Draw a small circle (the hole) at one end of the fairway.
Place the marker point down at the tee (the other end of the fairway), close your eyes and try to draw a line to the hole. Lift your marker and open your eyes. That's your "shot." (If you strayed outside the boundaries, add a stroke.) The next player then tees off on the same sheet.
As with actual golf, the player farthest from the hole shoots first, and your score is the number of shots it takes you to reach the cup. Play nine holes or even 18 like the pros.