Footgolf in Greater Palm Springs
With over 100 golf courses and a history of hosting some of the sport’s biggest tournaments, Greater Palm Springs is a hole-in-one for visitors looking to get outside and spend an afternoon on the greens—even if you’ve never picked up a club. Footgolf, a fun hybrid between soccer and golf, puts a new spin (or should we say kick?) on the classic gentleman’s game and has become one of the most popular outdoor activities in Greater Palm Springs.
Like golf, the goal is to get the ball into the cup in as few strokes as possible, only using your foot instead of your typical woods, irons and wedges. And you don’t have to be an experienced player to have fun, making it the perfect sport for families and groups of friends. Book your “kick time” at one of several Greater Palm Springs footgolf courses, such as Desert Willow Golf Resort, the home course of the American FootGolf League, or Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort in Palm Springs, known for its unique desert layout, stunning mountain views and playability.
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