FootGolf? FootGolf is a combination of the popular sports
of soccer and golf. The game is played with a regulation #5 soccer
ball at a golf course facility on shortened holes with 21-inch
diameter cups. The rules largely correspond to the rules of golf.
College Footgolf and NCFGA: The National College Footgolf
Association or NCFGA was established in 2015 to serve as the
official governing body for collegiate club footgolf programs,
college footgolf tournaments, and footgolf championship events.
The National College Footgolf Association club teams are derived
from college and university athletics, campus recreation, club
sports, intramurals, and student organizations. NCFGA
membership enables participation and competition within a structured
amateur format featuring intercollegiate games, regional footgolf
tournaments, and national championship play. The NCFGA serves
to provide event administration, set competition rules, and to
create an opportunity for college student athletes to enjoy the game
one of thefastest growing new sports in the United States. Be
a part of a new and exciting game by organizing your college footgolf team.
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College Footgolf Open House:
McDaniel College has the first
golf course in the Baltimore area to offer FootGolf, a new sport
combining golf and soccer for all ages. McDaniel is one of only
three Maryland colleges with a golf course on campus and the only
college with FootGolf.
A Free Public Open
House to introduce FootGolf is set for Sunday,
July 26, from noon – 5 p.m. with prizes, giveaways and
FootGolf instruction. Radio station MIX 106.5 FM will also be on
hand broadcasting live from 1 – 3 p.m.
McDaniel College will be
hosting it's first FootGolf tournament on Sunday, August 16. There
will be an adult division and two junior divisions (13-17 and 12 &
under) open to men, women, boys and girls. The entry fee is $10 for
anyone and you can register in the pro shop, call 410-848-7667 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org. Each division is limited to the first
(60) participants. The adults kick-off at 1:30 pm and the junior
division starts at 4pm.
information to be added. Check back soon for more.