【Finnish Wooden Pillar】｜Finnish Emerging Movement
In 1996, MÖLKKY originated in Finland. The gameplay is similar to the scoring method of bowling and darts. The goal is to reach just 50 points first, and if it exceeds 25 points, it is very exciting. Suitable for families, seniors, and young people to play together!
Since 1997, there have been major events every year. The main developing countries are Europe and America, followed by Japan and Hong Kong.
Finnish wooden pillars hold color
The Finnish wooden pole is a traditional Nordic sport suitable for all ages. It is simple and easy to use. The gameplay is very similar to bowling.
The evasion plate equipment is light and easy to carry, the material is soft, safe but still exciting and fun
The dodge board sport is a team sport, a team of ten, a sport where many people have fun
The avoidance exercise rarely involves physical contact, so it is very suitable
Men and women in the same field for the tournament
Finnish wooden pillar equipment
Must have Finnish wooden posts of size 1-12
Finnish wooden stick for throwing
The starting point of the Finnish wooden pillar
Finnish wooden pillar rules
Finnish wooden pole players 1-4 per team
The two teams fight against each other and take turns throwing
Play at least two games
Play more than two sentences, and the first to reach 50 points directly wins.
Hold the throwing stick and throw it at the Finnish wooden pole. If you fall down completely, you will get the score corresponding to the number on the wooden pole.
Do not throw beyond the throwing area
If the thrower goes beyond the scope of the throwing area to throw, it is judged as invalid throw
The Finnish wooden pillar did not fall completely and was judged to be an invalid throw