FootGolf Catching on at Dunedin Stirling

FootGolf, the widely popular golf-soccer combination.

Golf and soccer wouldnโ€™t seem to have a lot in common other than they both use a ball and are played on grass.

But combining the two sports has produced a peculiar game called FootGolf thatโ€™s growing steadily in popularity. At Dunedin Stirling Links more than 100 rounds of FootGolf are played each month.

The rules are just like golf, but the goal is to put a soccer ball into the hole, which is roughly 20 times wider than the typical golf cup. Instead of clubs, players use their feet.

The introduction of FootGolf has come at a time when many golf courses have felt the strain of decreasing popularity. Traditionally, golf has been an expensive sport in which players use pricey equipment, including a set of clubs, gloves and specialized shoes.

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