So What is Ladder Ball?By Andrew Carter, April 5 2013
Welcome to whatisladderball.com. The purpose of our site, as the title suggests, is to explain what ladder ball, how it is played, how points are scored and what are the basic rules. We trust you enjoy the site and find the material helpful and answers the questions you may have.
For us we came across ladder ball only recently and we have become rather hooked ever since. A simple game of throwing a rope with two golf balls attached to it and trying to get it hooked around one of three rungs on a ladder. What could be simpler? But you would be amazed how difficult it can be at times or how tactical a competitive game can become between the teams.
What we enjoy about the game is its simplicity and it is a game that the whole family can get involved in and really have a go at only after a few minutes of an explanation or demonstration. Played indoors or outdoors, although we prefer the great freedom you get with the outdoor version, will keep people entertained for hours and can be as competitive or laid-back as you wish to make it.
In addition to explaining what ladder ball we have set out some additional information articles that we thought you might find useful and these can be access from below or the menu on the right hand sidebar.
Ladder Ball in Action ....
Below is a short video that helps to explain ladder ball (or as Matt from ZapposHowTo calls it ladder golf). Matt goes through a great little video that we hope our readers will find useful. We will be adding more video content in the future.
What is Ladder Ball?
Ladder Ball Equipment
Ladder Ball Accessories
Ladder Ball Electronic Games
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