FootGolf at Greynolds Golf Course
FootGolf, which combines the popular sports of soccer and golf, can now be played at Greynolds Golf Course.
FootGolf is a combination of soccer and golf. The game is played with a regulation #5 soccer ball at a golf course facility on shortened holes with 21-inch diameter cups. The rules of FootGolf largely correspond to the rules of golf. FootGolf as a game is played throughout the world in many different forms, but as a sport it is regulated by the Federation for International FootGolf (FIFG). The American FootGolf League (AFGL) is the exclusive member of the FIFG and governing body for the sport of FootGolf in the United States.
For more information about FootGolf in the United States, visit the AFGL website at www.footgolf.net
May 1 – October 1
Mon – Fri after 9; Weekends after 12
November 1 – April 30
Mon – Fri after 3; Weekends after 12
Rates for FootGolf at Greynolds Golf Course
|Ball Rental||$5 (plus $20 refundable deposit)|
Junior rate applies to players 17 years of age and younger.
The Basic Rules of FootGolf
- Wear appropriate clothing – golf cap, collared shirt and argyle socks are preferred.
- Your ball must be easy to identify.
- Review the score card and wait for your turn. Make sure your kick will not interfere with other players.
- Kick off your ball from a position up to two meters (6 feet) behind the tee markers.
- The ball must be played in a single movement. You are not allowed to push the ball with the top or bottom of your foot. Your foot should be set separate from the ball, clearly behind, before each kick.
- Wait to play until the ball has completely come to rest. (It is not legal to stop the ball from rolling with the wind).
- Play the ball from where it lies. You are not allowed to move the ball or remove jammed objects. Exception: You may mark the spot and lift the ball when it may obstruct the other player’s kick or ball in any way.
- The player farthest from the hole is the first to kick the ball.
- The order of play is established based on the score of the previous hole. The player with the best score will kick off first on the next hole followed by the second, etc.
- If the ball lands in a water hazard, retrieve or replace it within 2 steps from the closest land point from where the ball entered the hazard (annotated by red line), receiving a one stroke penalty or you can place the ball at the position of the previous kick and receive one stroke penalty.
- Out of bounds markers are annotated with white stakes. Place the ball within 2 steps from where the ball crossed between the white stakes receiving a one stroke penalty.
For complete rules, visit the American FootGolf League online at www.footgolf.net
FootGolf Course Layout at Greynolds Golf Course
Scorecard for FootGolf at Greynolds Golf Course