FootGolf at McDaniel College: The par 70, 18-hole footgolf
course provides a scenic and challenging round of footgolf.
Kick off markers indicate the starting point for each hole and
players aim to kick the ball into the cup hole designated with a
yellow flag stick. You'll find a combination of par 3, par 4,
and some longer par 5 holes on the course. Even par is a score
of 70. Currently, the
McDaniel College footgolf course record
is a 15 under par score of 55.
Click on the photos to increase the photo
size and viewing area. The top left photo is the course
layout, hole yardage, and par designation for the McDaniel College
18-hole, par 70 footgolf course.
Here are some of the important
rules for the footgolf course:
No cleats allowed on the
course. Players must wear sneakers or indoor soccer shoes.
Kick off from the space
between the tee markers.
Use the side of your foot or
the toe to kick the ball. The bottom of your foot may not be
used to push the ball forward.
Never run to your ball after
If your ball lies on the
regular golf putting green, it must be moved off, no closer to the
hole, without any stroke penalty.
If your ball is unplayable at
any area of the course, the player may take 2 steps, place their
ball, and kick. The ball may not be moved closer to the
hole. There is a 1 shot penalty stroke applied when your
ball is unplayable.
The ball furthest from the
hole kicks first.
Balls should not be moved
except if on the putting green or if unplayable. The ball
placement may be marked and lifted only if it obstructs another
The flag stick may be removed
or left in the cup at the discretion of the players.
Each player continues to kick
until their ball goes in the hole. The number of kicks taken
plus any penalty strokes will be recorded on your scorecard.
The lowest score kicks off first on the next hole.
Please abide by all rules and
be courteous of other players on the course. Allow faster
groups to play through. No yelling or running. Riding
carts must be kept a minimum of 10 yards from the greens, footgolf
cup holes, and tee box areas.
Enjoy yourself and report any
concerns or problems to the Club House staff or tournament