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What is Footgolf?
Footgolf or football golf is a super-simple sport that combines the techniques of the beautiful game with the rules of golf. You and your mates will need to take it in turns to aim a football at one of the over-sized golf holes. Whoever can get the ball into the holes in the least amount of kicks, wins!
What Events is Footgolf Good For?
Footgolf is a fun activity that can be played during a stag do for some friendly competition. It’s also great for birthday parties and for a day out with the family. For teams, it’s a chance to break the ice and get everyone bonding. There’ll be a referee on hand to keep track of points and hand out forfeits to the losers, so you’ll need to bring your a-game!
Who Invented Footgolf?
It’s uncertain as to who exactly invented footgolf, but we do know that the first footgolf tournament was held in Holland in 2008 and was organised by Bas Korsten and Michael Jansen.
How Long Does Footgolf Take?
A footgolf experience can last anywhere between two – four hours. Depending on your group size, it may take a little longer to organise everyone into teams and ensure everyone is up to scratch with the rules. There will be several mini games to play including closest to the pin and longest drive (or kick), so you can expect the time to vary depending on how many of you there are.
Where to Play Footgolf?
Footgolf is held in loads of popular locations around the UK. From Brighton to Manchester, Edinburgh to Oxford, you’ll never be far from a game of footgolf! Make sure to check out our listings and pick your desired location.
How Much is Footgolf?
Footgolf starts at just £30 per person. It’s a pretty good bargain considering the amount of fun you’re going to have!
What to Wear During Footgolf?
When you arrive at a game of footgolf, we recommend you wear comfy trainers and clothes that are suitable for the weather. You’ll need flexibility in your legs so that you can really give that ball a good boot! If you want to really up the ante, dress in your golfing gear of long socks and visors. Trust us, there’ll be endless photo opportunities!