FootGolf FAQ

FootGolf is a precision sport. As a fusion of the sports of soccer and golf, the rules are more closely associated with golf, but players use a regulation # 5 soccer ball to kick down the fairway, onto the green and putt into the hole in as few shots as possible.

FootGolf must be played at a footgolf course facility that has retrofitted the greens with 21-inch diameter cups such as Eagle Creek Golf Club. It is essential to have the golf element in order to preserve the quality of the course. Bunkers, hazards, and golf course peculiarities help to enhance the game and challenge your skills.

You can sign up using our tee time reservations or just give us a call!

As the game is played on a golf course, the basic uniform of FootGolf is golf apparel, with indoor or turf soccer shoes.

You must use a regulation # 5 soccer ball. No exceptions, similar to FIFA Approved.

We see all ages play foot golf. It's a great outdoor activity for kids and families, and it's a fun alternative for soccer teams of all ages to challenge themselves.

Yes. As the sport is new, they are few and far between. We would love you to start one here at Eagle Creek if you like! But here you can find out more information.

Yes, Absolutely. It's a great way for all kinds of sports teams to use as a teambuilding event. And even company and social groups, family reunions and so on. Need a new idea for fundraisers? Foot golf is the answer. Eagle Creek Golf Club and Grill has banquet facilities to host your team awards or fundraiser and our grill can provide the food. Call us today to reserve your spot!

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-Baseball Teams
-Soccer Teams
-Football Teams
-Golf Teams
-Dance Teams
-Gymnastic Teams
-Company / Corporate
-Homeschool Groups
-Youth Groups
-Church Groups
-School Groups
-Charity Events
-and more…

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The beginnings of FootGolf are unsure as they can be referenced to many countries or people at the same time, as early as 2001. The first nine-hole FootGolf tournament on a golf course, and played as the sport is known today, was organized in the Netherlands in 2008 by Michael Jansen and Bas Korsten, and played by a mix of Dutch and Belgian professional footballers.

Jansen learned of the sport from Dutch footballer Willem Korsten, who recalled playing a similar game during his time with British club Tottenham Hotspur, who would end training sessions by kicking the ball from the pitch back to the changing rooms in as short a time as possible. Later Belgium and Hungary switched from playing in parks to golf courses and the game was introduced to Argentina in 2010.

The American FootGolf League (AFGL) was founded in 2011. The game was internationally publicized, and countries worldwide started collaborating on the development of the game. FootGolf has been recognized or is in the process of being recognized as a sport in many countries.