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Norwich footgolf

What is footgolf?

Footgolf is combination of football and golf. All you need is a pair of trainers and a sense of humour!

It is played on a golf course using a size 5 football. The object of the game is to get the ball into the hole using only your feet in the fewest number of shots possible.

Find out more about footgolf on the UK footgolf website.

Footgolf rules

  • Keep pace with the other groups in play.
  • If you fall behind let players pass.
  • Wait for the ball to come to a complete stop before the next kick.
  • Tee shots must be played from behind the tee line up to 2 metres.
  • Play the ball as it lies, you cannot touch or accommodate it.
  • Only one ball must be in motion at any one time.
  • Loose articles may be removed without penalty (branches, leaves stones etc.)
  • You can lift or drop a ball without penalty if an immovable obstructions hinders play (tee sign, fence, cart etc.)
  • If a ball is deemed out of bounds or unplayable it can be dropped in play with a one stroke penalty, but no more than one metre closer to the hole or if it can be replayed from the previous shot.
  • When another player is to play do not stand directly behind them or in line with the hole as this may cause a distraction.
  • Maximum score is 10 shots per hole.