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FootGolf

Combing the best of soccer and golf together at Wheeling Park!
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WHAT IS FOOTGOLF?
WHAT IS FOOTGOLF?
WHAT IS FOOTGOLF?
FootGolf is a very ‘addictive’ sport that combines the best of the popular sport of soccer with an elite sport like golf. Similar to golf, the players’ intent is to kick a ball into the hole with the least amount of strokes possible.

FootGolf uses the basic model of golf, with a tee box, a green, bunker, hazards and 18 holes of play. There is par for each hole, mimicking golf’s scorecard, and you still play as a twosome, threesome or foursome.

The main differences are the cups, which are 21 inches in diameter, shorter holes (most people cannot kick a soccer ball further than 50 yards) and the lack of equipment needed (no need to carry around golf clubs in FootGolf!).

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WHEELING PARK FOOTGOLF

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HOURS

Monday - Friday: After 11am
Saturday: Anytime
Sunday: After 12pm

COST

$7.00
Soccer Balls Available to Rent

HOW TO PLAY FOOTGOLF

SET UP FOR FOOTGOLF
  • All players must wear proper attire - golf cleats are not permitted.
  • Players are allowed to bring their own soccer ball, but we will also have soccer balls to rent.
  • Just like golf, please keep up with the group in front of you. If your group falls too far behind, you will be asked to skip a hole.
  • Please be respectful of other footgolfers and golfers on the course.
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PLAYING THE ROUND
  • Cleats of any kind are NOT allowed on the course. You must use a flat-bottomed shoe, indoor soccer shoes are recommended.
  • Pace of play – Please keep pace with the group ahead of you. Slower groups are suggested to allow faster groups to play through.
  • Confirm that your ball is easy to identify against other player’s balls in your group.
  • Review the scorecard to recognize the hole layout and pin locations. Make sure your kick will not interfere with other FootGolf players or golfers.
  • The ball must be played in a single movement or kick. Your foot should be set separate from the ball, clearly behind, before the kick (no "flicking" the ball).
  • Wait until the ball as completely come to rest before kicking again. Stopping the ball from rolling is not permitted.
  • Kick off from a position up to two yards behind the tee markers. The order is determined by the score of the previous hole. The player with the best score will be the first to kick followed by the second, etc.
  • Play the ball from where it lies. If your ball comes to rest on the regular golf green, move it to where it entered the green at no stroke penalty. This is to preserve the golf greens.
  • Continue to kick the ball until you have kicked the ball into the hole. The total number of kicks used is your score for the hole, compare to the par for each hole.