Archery golf is a transitional activity for indoor or outdoor fun, and two versions of the game are common.
In one version, players shoot arrows at standard archery targets 20 to 50 yards away. To play, each archer shoots two arrows at the first target, trying to get the best score possible. The archers then continue to successive targets until shooting the 50-yard target. After finishing the course, they tally their final scores to see who won.
Another version is set up something like a golf course. The archers put a number of “pins” topped with rubber balls along a course, and then shoot to each pin like you would on a golf hole. The goal is to get your arrows closest to the pin. You score it the same as you do strokes in golf, but instead of strokes, you count how many arrows it takes to reach the pin.