The name Krolf is a combination of the Danish words 'kroket' (croquet) and 'golf'.

We often claim that Krolf is ½ croquet, ½ golf and all fun.

You use the equipment from croquet - mallet and ball - and play a golf alike game on a lawn with holes. Quite simple, actually.

The rules are simple and you can play without any further ado. No need for speed, no need for strength, no need for years of training, but training does improve your game.

The course usually has 12 holes with distances from 5 to approx. 30 m with uneven ground and obstacles being encouraged.

Krolf is a very social game with a lot of fun, and it's especially suitable for the elderly because it's so easy physically.

See more under rules.