Footgolf is a precision sport where players kick a football into a cup in as few shots as possible. Its name is a portmanteau of "football" and "golf". It is closely related to golf.
The player who plays the 6, 12 or 18 holes with the fewest shots wins.
Most rules of FootGolf correspond with the rules of golf. FootGolf as sport is played on golf courses only. The first shot has to be played from the tee box, and to reach the hole, bunkers, trees, water and hills have to be crossed or avoided. This means a powerful shot is useful, but not decisive. Reading the course, a smart approach and accurate putting are even more important.
Players must not use football boots. Trainers or Astroturf footwear is recommended.
FOOTGOLF is currently available at £3 per round or £5 for an all day ticket. You must bring your own ball with you to play.