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Darts to Mountain Climbing

  1. Rather than counting points, count how many throws it takes you to score 18 bullseyes. Lowest number of throws wins.
  2. Replace the single bull with 18 separate ones, each of which must be hit in a specified sequence.
  3. Lie the board flat on the ground instead of hanging on a wall.
  4. Make the board bigger, about a square kilometre in size. Put grass and trees and lakes on it.
  5. Begin throwing for each bullseye at a marked spot a long way away. If you don't hit it, take your next throw from where the dart landed.
  6. Replace the darts with balls, and the bullseyes with holes into which the ball can drop.
  7. Hit the ball with a stick instead of throwing it.
  8. Put the course on a mountainside, with the last hole at the very top.
  9. It doesn't matter how many times you hit the ball. All you have to do to win is reach the last hole.
  10. In fact, just get rid of the ball and clubs completely.