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Orr Lake FootGolf logo colourA Great New Game with Soccer and Golf

How does it work? Lets “KICK IT OFF” with a video!


FootGolf uses the same rules and concepts as golf except it involves kicking a soccer ball instead of using golf clubs and golf balls. It is played on an actual golf course using a #5 soccer ball and a 21 inch cup. 18 Holes of FootGolf can fit on to 9 Holes of a regular golf course (a soccer ball doesn’t travel as far as a golf ball) and typically takes between 2.5-3 hours to play. A soccer ball is kicked from a tee area to a target which is the “hole”.   As a player progresses down the fairway, he or she must make each consecutive kick from the spot where the previous ball has finished. The trees, sand traps, shrubs, and terrain changes located in and around the fairways providing challenging obstacles.  Finally, the “putt” lands in the hole and the hole is completed. The game is not a matter of just kicking the ball as hard as you can. There is lots of strategy and finesse involved with positioning your shots and getting the ball into the hole. All you need to bring is a #5 Soccer Ball.

Who will Play?FOOTGOLF, NWS, PORTER, 2

Typically what other courses are finding is that soccer players are the ones who are taking up FootGolf. It is used not as a replacement for soccer but as a supplement for players when they want to get out with some friends to hang out and kick around a ball but not play a full running game of soccer. There are a lot of soccer teams using it for team building and as a fundraising alternative to the typical golf tournament.

Hours of Operation:

FootGolf is played Saturday and Sundays After 5pm

(some exceptions apply)

A Great Opportunity for:

Rep Team Fundraising – Team Building Activities – Team Parties – Birthday Parties – Weekly League