FootGolf is a unique combination of the popular sports of soccer and golf. It uses golf's basic model including tee boxes, greens, hazards and 18 holes of play on a traditional golf course. Instead of a golf ball, a regulation #5 soccer ball is used; instead of 4.25-inch hole, there's a 21-inch hole.
Unless you are playing in an AFGL sanctioned event, there is no dress code at our complex. We do recommend dressing comfortably so you aren't restricted in your movement. Most people wear tennis shows, but you can also wear indoor soccer/turf shoes. Outdoor cleats not allowed.
For AFGL events, please see the AFGL Players Code of Conduct
While visiting our course, we encourage people to just have fun. If you're interested in learning the basic rules of FootGolf, watch the video above.
For leagues and AFGL events, Federation for International FootGolf (FIFG) rules must be followed.