FootGolf is an emerging sport encouraging the crossover from football to golf, but quicker, more accessible and with less expensive equipment.  It is a good way of getting kids interested in football, interested in golf.

FootGolf is played using the principles of golf – tee, fairway, green – but with a much larger ‘cup’ and using a football instead of a golf ball.  The aim is to kick the football from the tee, down the fairway and into the hole in as few shots as possible. It is good fun and something all the family can enjoy from tots to grandparents.

Our course features nine par 3 and par 4 holes giving a total par for the course of 33.  The course is totally separate from the golf course, so can be played concurrently alongside regular course golfers.



Summer April to August – 9am to 7pm (last footballs 6:30pm)

Winter – 9am to dusk (last footballs 30 mins before dusk).  FootGolf mirrors The Links Course in Winter due to the shorter days.  Please ring in advance on 01246 813111 to confirm what time the FootGolf course will be closing that day.



  Non Member Adult Affiliate Adult Member Adult Junior
9 holes £5.00 £4.00 £4.00 £3.00
18 holes £7.00 £6.00 £6.00 £5.00



Even if you don’t play the golf or use the driving range, it could still be worth joining our Affiliate Membership if you intend to play FootGolf on a regular basis.  If costs just £10 for membership to 31/12/22 and gives you immediate access to affiliate member rates on FootGolf, driving range, The Links Course and coffee shop.  You can join by filling in the membership form here – you will need an email address.  On completion of the form, bring your reference number and your payment to Reception where you will have your photo taken for your membership card.


Non-Member Group FootGolf
Up to 7 people

£5/9 holes

£7/18 holes

8 – 11 people

£4/9 holes

£6/18 holes

12+ people

£3/9 holes

£5/18 holes



Member Group FootGolf
8+ people

£3/9 holes

£5/18 holes

At least one player must be an Affiliate or Full member of the club


Football boots are advised, especially after heavy rain.  At the very least, you should wear enclosed toe trainers – sandals and flimsy shoes are not allowed.