This week’s Kubb Match Monday video features the math behind creating your own quick pitch tool for easy set up of your playing space. This tool will enable you to set up a kubb pitch quickly and in a perfect rectangle. You will need about 14 meters of nylon string, six 1 inch wide strips of duct tape, a permanent marker, and a metric tape measure. 

First, create stake-sized loops on opposite ends of the nylon string 13 meters apart. Stake the zero loop in the ground and pull all 13 meters tight before laying it on the ground. Lay a metric tape measure along side of the nylon string for labeling. Be sure to line up the zero marks on both. Using duct tape and a permanent marker, label the 0 loop, 4 meters, 5 meters, 8 meters, 9 meters, 9.43 meters, and 13 meters loop locations. You can substitute an imperial unit tape measure if you convert the measurements over from metric. 

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Learn how to set up a kubb pitch quickly and in a perfect rectangle.

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