Top Footgolf Courses in London & Essex
When it comes to Footgolf, London and Essex have got some of the best options in the country. In a densely populated part of the country, there are some surprising Footgolf gems. Whether you’re a local looking to get hooked on a sport that will keep you fit whilst having fun, or a visitor to the area, Footgolf in Essex and London is well worth investigating.
To make things easier, we’ve selected our Top Footgolf Courses in London and Essex to whet your appetite. However, don’t stop there, we have plenty more Footgolf options in Essex, and London to choose from.
Footgolf Frenzy’s Top Footgolf Courses in London and Essex
Each of these courses makes it in to our Top 5 for different reasons, whether it’s the location, the club atmosphere, the technicality of the holes, or the facilities on offer. All offer something distinctly different to Footgolfers, and that’s what we love.
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What’s great about the London options for footgolf is their ease of access, combined with the opportunity to get in to wide open spaces and greenery. Barnet Footgolf in Greater London does just this. You can get here by public transport to High Barnet tube station, or on bus routes 183, 383, and 626. Even more, you’re also only a short distance from Junctions 23 and 24 of the M25. Nonetheless, it’s a big old patch of greenery ready for enjoying.
Locals might have already heard of this club as ‘Tudor Park’, which not so long ago was East Barnet Gold Club. However, Barnet Footgolf is now a true blood footgolf option. However, in many ways this is a traditionalist’s option. This was once London’s first 18-hole golf course, opening in 1939, and it retains that character and charm.
What you get at Barnet Footgolf: At Barnet Footgolf you get convenience with a great mix of traditional golf-style format. This is old-school parkland, and that’s a welcome relief in this area of London. With that you get some brilliant technical challenges due to the natural, and man-made, obstacles. Undulations make for some tricky angles, and a good variety of trees will keep you on your toes, as well as adding to the landscape.