What Is FootGolf?
Footgolf is played on a golf course using a size 5 football. The object of the game is to get the ball into the hole using only your feet in the fewest number of shots possible.
Footgolf is a very 'addictive' sport - it combines the best of football and golf, two of the most popular sports in the world. The beauty of the game lies in you being able to strategically combine power and precision every time you play footgolf. And, of course, it is open to everyone.
Footgolfers and golfers do not use the same holes and tend not to use the same greens, so the players balls don't generally interfere with one another.
The average length of a FootGolf Course
Bear in mind that an average footgolfer can kick the ball around 50 yards. The difference between footgolf and golf is that a football will roll and bounce in myriad ways dependent on the topography of the course.
The average length of a footgolf course is 2,250 yards (for 18 holes). It would take around 2 hours to complete a course of that length.
The team will support you throughout the designing and planning stages of your course.
The dress code is promoted as standard to any golf course. So it is recommended that Foot-golfers wear a collard shirt and either plain shorts/trousers at all courses.
Available in these places...
- Brecon Beacons
- Loch Ness
- Lake Windermere