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5 players 4 balls. Player in the middle receives the ball from one of the players and returns it then turns to the next player and repeats this 3 times round all 4 players.
Players work in pairs and have 3 cones between them. They set up their own golf course with the cones. The aim is to help the players judge distances. Each player takes alternate turns to roll the ball to the 1st hole (cone 1). Each player counts how may rolls it takes to hit the cone. The player with the least number of rolls to hit all three cones is the winner. More holes (cones) can be introduced.
Setup: 4 players stand in a diamond with 3 balls. A 5th player stands in the middle. To start the drill 1 of the outside players throw their ball to the player in the middle who has to return the ball the player who did not have a ball before the ball was thrown. The middle player then rotates to receive the next ball and the drill continues in this way.
Simple throw and run race, from the starting cone to the finish cone (drill is ended when a player stumps the cone). Teams of 4 (or more) players stand in a line, with the first player with the ball in hand. On the coach's call the first player turns and throws the ball to the next player. Once the ball has been thrown this player runs to the back of the line, awaiting their next turn to catch and throw. The winning team is the first one to reach cone B.
2 Teams, 2 Balls. One of the teams starts throwing the ball to each other. The other team then throws the ball around to try and overtake the ball from team 1. This practice works best with about 4 - 5 players per team.
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