It’s a unique blend of soccer and golf – kicking off at Drumm Farm. It’s played with a soccer ball on a golf course, but with separate greens. The goal? Get the ball in the hole with the fewest strokes (kicks) possible. Get more details below then get your foot in the game!
FootGolf is played using the basic model of golf, with a tee box, a green, bunkers, hazards, a similar scorecard and 9 or 18 holes to play. The main differences are the cups, which are 21 inches in diameter, the ball (a #5 soccer ball), the shorter holes, and the fact that the players kick the ball instead of using clubs.
The main goal is simple: kick the ball into the hole with the fewest amount of kicks possible. FootGolf at Drumm Farm consists of 9 hole rounds. Each hole is paired with a par or number indicating the possible number of kicks a player would need to get the ball into the hole.