Located at Sewerby Hall and Gardens in Bridlington, and being the venue for the country’s very first Footgolf in 2012, this really is a course worth a visit.
Just half a mile from Sewerby Grange, the course can be enjoyed over 9 or 18 holes and traverses undulating parkland dotted with a variety of trees. Footgolf is available here on weekends between 11am and 3pm.
No one is entirely sure of the origins of Footgolf but it’s gained a huge amount of popularity and is proving itself to be the sport of the future. People love its friendly informal nature, and it is entertaining – whatever level of ability. The rules are easy to understand, and you’ll always be left with a sense of achievement.
Footballs are available free of charge at Sewerby so just turn up in trainers or similar shoes and you’ll be all set to get started.
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