Meaning of footgolf in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfʊtɡɒlf/


mass noun
  • A game played on a golf course in which a football is kicked into a series of large holes, the object being to complete the course using the fewest possible shots.

    ‘he plays a round of footgolf’
    • ‘The golf course opened its manicured links to soccer enthusiasts and the latest sports craze—footgolf.’
    • ‘The 18-hole footgolf course has been set up on the front nine of the course.’
    • ‘On the par three second, my tee shot found a Footgolf hole near the green.’
    • ‘He is looking into the possibility of adding footgolf next year.’
    • ‘I haven't beaten them at golf yet this year, so to beat them at footgolf is a good start.’
    • ‘He is happy to tell us about a life-saving event he's part of that'll help more kids like him reach their goal: a charity footgolf tournament.’
    • ‘The course is set to open on Thursday, making it the first footgolf course in Washington.’
    • ‘Some courses have set aside certain days and times for FootGolf.’
    • ‘We look forward to continuing to expand and introduce FootGolf to new golf facilities in 2015.’
    • ‘After 2pm on weekdays and 10am at weekends, the genteel game of golf has given way to the altogether more lively game of footgolf.’