Salotto Golf Rules
Explanation of Salotto Pool Golf
Salotto Pool Golf is a continuation of the popular Billiards Golf. Because Salotto Pool Golf is scored by stroke and each player takes a turn to play the “hole”, the game can be played on any table, anywhere against someone else on another table.
To play, set up each hole as depicted in the course scorecard starting with hole number 1, and play each hole in order up to 9 or 18. The winner with the least strokes at the end of 9 or 18 holes wins.
In order to participate in the Salotto Pool Golf contest and be eligible to win cash and prizes, please live-stream video your match to a social media platform and provide the link in the space provided on the webpage where you enter to contest (insert link here).
Setup the object balls EXACTLY as the “holes” are shown in the course scorecard.
Break anywhere “behind the kitchen” or head string.
Pocket all the balls, in ANY pocket (unless hole rules specify a specific pocket).
Each stroke counts toward your score, including the break.
Scratch/Foul/Double hit shots are defined as when the cue ball is pocketed or leaves the table and are a 1 Stroke penalty.
After a scratch/foul/double hit, player takes Ball in Hand ANYWHERE on the table.
Slop and combo shots count.
When the object ball leaves the table spot the ball and it count a stroke. This is NOT ball in hand.
Missed shots and/or when no ball is touched (think table scratch) count as stroke.
In Salotto Golf, jump shots are legal (and still count as a stroke of course).
The maximum number of shots per hole is 8 strokes.