This unique sport blends the traditional game of golf with football and the result is a fun, family friendly activity suitable for all ages!

Footgolf Courses In Chesterfield And Derby

Challenge your friends and family to a kick-about on the course!

Footgolf is played on a golf course using the same rules and scoring system as a round of golf, the big difference is that you play the game by kicking a football rather than using a golf ball and clubs.

Footgolf is very inclusive and accessible to all! 
You don’t need any equipment, any football skills or any previous experience to play. To prepare you for your visit take a look at our course guidelines and faqs.

Our 9 hole footgolf experience is available at Tapton Park Golf Course in Chesterfield and Sinfin Golf Course in Derby.

Our footgolf courses are currently closed.

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Footgolf Course Frequently Asked Questions

What footwear and clothing should I wear?

Indoor or outdoor astroturf trainers are perfect for the course. Standard sport activity clothing would best suit. Football boots of any kind are not allowed to be worn on the course.

What courses offer footgolf?

Tapton Park Golf Course in Chesterfield and Sinfin Golf Course in Derby.

Can I bring my own ball?

Yes you can! We also have footballs available to hire for free. We just ask for a £5 refundable deposit for each ball.

How do I book to play and do I need to in advance?

We strongly advise booking in advance as you will then ensure you get chance to play on the day. This can be done by calling us on 01246 239500 (Tapton Park Golf Course) or 0133 2766462 (Sinfin Golf Course). Payment will then be taken on arrival.

How long would it take to complete the course?

On average, our 9 hole footgolf will take around 1 hour to complete.

Footgolf Rules

  • The ball must be played in one single movement. You should not scoop or drag the ball as part of a shot played.
  • Remember which ball is yours!
  • Do not play your shot until your ball has completely stopped.
  • The player who is furthest from the hole, should be the first to kick the ball.
  • Only on the greens may the balls be picked up to be cleared or replaced. (You may mark the spot and lift the ball when it obstructs another players ball that is further from the hole)
  • The ball may be stopped by the player if the wind is taking the ball a long distance. (This is up to the players to decide this).