FootGolf has arrived at Sysonby Acres! We are one of the three sites in Leicestershire to embrace this exciting new activity.
We are asking customers to please wear a face covering when entering reception.
GOLF/FOOTGOLF COURSE OPEN
We will be introducing strict measures to ensure the safety of both our staff and players.
Government Coronavirus guidelines must be followed at all times. This includes social distancing and playing with either members of your household or with 5 members of a different household.
We recommend booking a tee time. To do this, please call us on 01664 567846 or email email@example.com. You can book a FootGolf tee time by clicking the link below.
You can turn up, pay & play. However, pre booked tee times will take priority.
A minimum of 10 minutes between each tee of time will be applied.
– Prepare and get ready to play in the car park.
– No more than 2 customers to be present in reception area at one time.
– Use the hand sanitiser present before and after entering reception area.
– We accept all payment methods however we are strongly advising contactless payments.
– Scorecards will be sanitised and handed out by staff.
– All footballs to hire will be sanitised beforehand. Although, we do encourage players to bring there own Football.
– Use of own Golf Clubs and Golf Balls.
– Use of own Football or one hired from us.
– Flag sticks should be kept in the hole and NOT to be touched at any time.
– Please keep 2 metres apart at all time.
– Only 1 round per visit.
– Leave premises immediately after playing your round.
These measures must be respected and followed at all times.
What is FootGolf
Football golf or Footgolf is a precision sport where players kick a football into a cup in as few shots as possible. Its name is a portmanteau of “football” and “golf” and the game combines the two sports, being more closely related to golf.
The game is played the same way as golf, except players use a football instead of a golf ball, and the ball is kicked rather than struck with a club, working towards a 21-inch “cup” in place of the usual golf hole. The player who plays the 9 or 18 holes with the fewest shots wins. Footgolf as sport is played on golf courses.