Sunday Drivers

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Sunday Drivers
Sunday Drivers from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 4-Player mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds (Decathlon Park only)
Initial record 1'00"00
Music track Laid-back
Music sample

Sunday Drivers is a golf-themed 4-Player minigame in Mario Party 6. Its name is a pun on the term "Sunday drivers," which refers to people who drive slowly, and "drivers," a type of golf club. On the official website, there is a minigame called "Night Driver," which is based on this minigame.

There are only aesthetic changes between the daytime and the nighttime.


The camera pans from the sky to the field below. Each of the players then hits a golf ball, one after the other.


The players compete to be the first to properly hit 10 golf balls. To swing, the player must press the button on the sign that the Shy Guy is holding behind the player. If the correct button is pressed, the character successfully hits the golf ball. If a wrong button is pressed, the character hits the ball, but it simply rolls off to the side and does not count as a hit. It is possible for multiple players to make the tenth hit at the same time; if it happens, a random player is chosen as the winner. If five minutes pass, the minigame ends in a tie.

This minigame appears as the seventh minigame in Decathlon Park. Here, the player's objective is to hit as many golf balls as possible to earn as many points as possible, up to 1,000. The default record for this minigame in Decathlon Park is 10 points.


The camera zooms in on the winner as they perform their victory animation.


  • B Button A Button Y Button X Button L Button R Button – Press as instructed

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Press the buttons according to the Shy Guy's orders to hit the golf ball. Whoever hits ten balls first wins!"
  • Advice"If you press the wrong button, you'll flub your swing and lose valuable time!"


See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハッスルショット!
Hustle Shot!

French Pros du Swing
Swing Pros
German Abschlag-Akkord
Drive Chord
Italian Golfisti in Erba
Budding Golfers
Spanish Botón de muestra
Sign Button, from the expresion botón de muestra meaning an example or snapshot