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Footgolf Directory for booking Footgolf and Football Golf Courses in the UK & Ireland
London / Greater London
Manchester / Cheshire
Wales - Prembrokeshire
Kick off in Wales
Wales has a number of courses that are a must-play. The country is renowned for its beautiful scenery and now has a range of courses perfect for challenging your skills and keeping you fit in the process. We recommend Storws Wen in Anglesey that has a 9 or 18 hole course, Silver Birch Footgolf in North Wales (Abergele) or Dyffryn Clwyd in Ruthin, Denbighshire, which is a fantastic course that is usually open daily.
Book a round in Essex
Choosing a course to play in Essex is difficult because there are so many quality and enjoyable courses in the region. For starters there is The Notleys in Braintree. This course is played on a modified and lengthened pitch and putt course and gives Footgolfers the opportunity of an interesting 18 hole game. There is also West Park in Chelmsford which is located near the train station and offers a competitive game for all.
Test your skills in Manchester
Manchester is the ideal location for this sport with so many great venues. As home to both Manchester United and City, there must be many keen football fans wanting to try their hand at this exciting sport. There is Pennington Flash that offers a 6-hole course that is 507 yards or Footgolf Manchester which offers a great way to have fun with family and friends.
Play in London
City lovers can come and get their urban buzz reignited whilst combining the Capital’s highlights with a game in London. Bookers can choose from courses located in Barnet, Richmond and Ealing. We recommend Tudor Park (Barnet) which has played host to the England Cricket Team and Premier League footballers; as well as London Footgolf Centre (Hanger Hill Park) which is the most central location to play in London.
Challenge your friends in Scotland
Scotland currently has 15 course and the number is set to rise in 2018. Golf has been part of Scottish history since the 15th century, however its now becoming a focal point for Footgolf. The diverse scenic nature of the landscape in Scotland ensures each course is unique and has their own individual challenges.
Start a new hobby in Northern Ireland
Dramatic coastlines and inland beauty gives Northern Ireland an interesting selection of courses. The number of courses is growing but the courses are in easy reach of all the main towns. We recommend Foyle in Londonderry, Belfast (Mount Ober) or Newcastle Footgolf in Downpatrick.