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At this difficult time with the Corona virus the Government has said they still want us to exercise.
Footgolf is ideal for this.
You can come to play in small groups of 2's 3's and 4's. You could even try it on your own but it's not as much fun. It is easy to keep your distance with our wide open spaces and plenty of fresh air. 
With Footgolf you are in charge of your own football so you do not have to have contact with other equipment. There is no other equipment anyway. It is not a contact sport so it is easy to keep 2 metres or more apart.
When you have finished your game you leave the footballs in a basket and we steam clean them before the next group come along. You can even bring your own football to play with. We are able to take contactless payments so do not worry about us having to handle cash. There are toilets and handwashing facilities on site which are cleaned regularly.
You can bring your own picnic or order a take away picnic from us 
There are not many ways to have fun at this time - but Footgolf is one of them.

Over the past few weeks Yorkshire Water have been working in the Footgolf field replacing old pipework. They should be finished in February and we will be able to open it again. The Adventure Course is not affected so come along and have a game

Congratulations to Lee Chatt and his team 108 who won the Footgolf challenge with a superb score of 129
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Last chance to play at Special Offer prices!
Our Early season offer comes to an end on June 9th.
Take advantage of pre-season prices on Adventure Footgolf

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Make up a team of 4 players and give yourselves a winning name. Register by email or call at the Footgolf Hut before 12th July. Join in a fun evening. Refreshments will be available. A trophy for the winning team and medals for the players.

Our new water feature  on the Adventure Footgolf course is more challenging and involves a penalty if your ball ends up in the water!
Watch out for alligators!
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Record breaking Scarborough Athletic striker Michael Coulson tests his Footgolfing skills