FOOTGOLF IN DETROIT AT PALMER PARK GOLF COURSE
A new exciting adventure of footgolf with soccer balls for Detroit golfers, young and old, is added to the front 9 holes at Palmer Park Golf Course in Detroit. The game is played just like regular golf, but with a hole big enough to fit soccer balls, and a separate flag and rules. GRAND OPENING JULY 25th!
Please call ahead for Tee Times For Footgolf by calling the
Palmer Park Pro Shop 313-883-2525
The greatest thing about the new Footgolf experience, is that it can be played by the whole family with not alot of experience needed. just have a soccer ball for each player, and use the same scorecard as the golfers.
The rules are the same as golf by counting strokes and keeping score. Pace for the golfers is the same as the pace for the soccer golf.
Palmer Park and the new Footgolf course is near Dearborn, Bloomfield Hills, Warren, and Berkley. Bring the family for a great new adventure in Footgolf. Soccer balls are available for rent in the pro shop for an additional fee of $5 plus a $15 returnable deposit.
FOOTGOLF LOCAL RULES FOR PALMER PARK IN DETROIT
1. ABSOLUTELY NO SPIKED SHOES
• If you are found on the course with spiked shoes, you will be asked to leave with NO REFUND.
2. Tee Markers = Red and Green Stakes
• You start each hole from between the designated Footgolf stakes
• Do NOT start from the Golf tee markers
3. Flags = Black/White Flags
• You finish each hole by getting the soccer ball into the hole marked by the black/white flags.
• Golf and Foot Golf have separate flags. Make sure you are kicking the ball to the correct flag.
• Remove the flag stick from the hole when you are within 20 feet of the hole.
5. Water Hazards
• Pond skimmers are designated on some holes to help retrieve a soccer ball from the water hazards. Please replace the pond skimmer when you are finished using it.
6. Pace of Play
• Only one group can play each hole at one time.
• Golfers and Foot Golfers cannot play the hole at the same time.
• Wait until the group in front of you is finished playing the hole.
• Count the number of kicks it takes to get the soccer ball into the hole.