Do’s and Don’ts on a Footgolf Stag Do

Do’s and Don’ts on a Footgolf Stag Do

Lee Valley FootgolfWhether you are the person who has organised a Footgolf group outing or an attendee, you will be hoping that everything goes as planned. In your head you will be envisaging a great group occasion with everyone having fun and enjoying themselves. In the weeks following the event, you want to be talking about the occasion and what a great time you had! 

To ensure everyone has a great time there are some easy-to-follow rules that you should adhere to. Let us talk you through these and give you our advice for the do’s and don’ts for playing Footgolf on a Stag Do:

DO! Research the Footgolf course

Many areas now have more than one Footgolf course so you may want to research the Footgolf courses to decide which one suits your requirements. Why not search out Footgolf Directory to find an ideal  course? We believe we offer the most comprehensive course directory online as we have a course description, address details and pricing information. We also highlight reviews from others who have already played the course, so you can make an informed decision regarding the course you choose. 

DO! Consider the time of year

If you want to play Footgolf as your specific activity then you need to make sure you consider what the weather will be like. It is also important to bear in mind that many courses close between October and Easter.

DON’T! Drink too much

On a Stag Do, the alcohol will be flowing but if you are playing Footgolf on a hot day it is advised that you drink plenty of water while playing. This is especially important if you have been drinking the night before. The last thing you want is for anyone to become dehydrated and need a trip to the hospital. You can always have a well-earned pint at the end of the round to talk about the game.

DO! Give everyone encouragement

Everyone will have different abilities and fitness levels. No matter a person’s skill you need to give everyone encouragement to play well. This is especially important on a Stag Do group activity when people may not know each other very well. A Stag Do often has an array of ages attending for the groom, so ensure everyone feels comfortable playing. We are sure there will be plenty of banter opportunities as well!

DO! Cheer the last hole

The best thing about Footgolf is that it’s fun! Make sure everyone finishes their round together by gathering around the last hole and cheering everyone home.