Golf solitaire is a form of solitaire with a tableau of 35 face-up cards and a higher ratio of skill to luck than most other solitaire card games.
Golf Solitaire Rules
Golf is also known as One Foundation.
- In this form of solitaire game of golf the object is to remove all the cards from the tableau.
- From a standard 52-card pack, deal a tableau of 7 columns, each containing 5 overlapping cards faced up. The remaining cards form the stock.
- The top card of the stock is turned face up to form the foundation.
- Only the topmost card in each column may be removed from the tableau. When it is removed, the card beneath becomes available for play.
- Cards may be moved from the tableau to the foundation if they are either one rank higher or one rank lower than the top card of the foundation, regardless of suit.
- Cards rank A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 J Q K.
- No "wrapping" from Ace to King and from King to Ace is allowed. Only a Two may follow an Ace in a sequence.
- Whenever there are no possible plays, turn cards up one at a time from the stock to the foundation.
- There is no redeal. The game is over when the stock is exhausted and no more moves are available.
- One point for each card removed from tableau. Maximum score is 35.
- Chance of Winning:
- 1 in 10 games.