The approach is similar to cornhole but instead of tossing bean bags, you’re chipping golf balls. You use your own club and though there are rules and a scoring system, you can make up your own way to play or just practice chip shots.
Unlike traditional cornhole boards, Chippo boards are made with lightweight (but tough) plastic that’s easy to move or take along to the beach, a cookout, or wherever you want to play.
High-density foam balls were a deliberate choice for this game. They hit like the real thing but won’t cause damage like real balls can. Brendan and Matt also made sure to cover the chipping mats with turf, which they knew golfers like them would appreciate.