One stick, two balls
I'm Jim Dedelow, known as JED. I've been JEDgolfing since 1994, mostly by myself. In 2016, snail golfers started joining me.
If I have to explain it, you probably wouldn't get it anyways. Peace, rhythm and exercise are part of JEDgolf. Play 18 in under two hours if you walk. You can play under an hour if you run.
How do you JEDgolf?
Take one club, usually a 7-iron, and hit off the first tee. Walk or run to hit again. If you hit the stick on a "putt," it counts as good.
What's your score?
Strokes plus minutes.
If you lose your first ball, throw down your second ball with no added stroke. If you lose the second ball, throw down a third ball (orange). That costs three strokes. Your next ball (pink) costs you four strokes. And so on.
Can you take a practice swing?
Only on the first tee. Keep rhythm.
Check out rules.