GOALLLLLLLLLL! Using an unsanctioned club, Darryl Levings taps in. The “cup” is the size of a small foot tub but somehow the balls avoid it pretty much like in the regular game. And yes, carts are available, even for the rather truncated FootGolf course. With links fee, two balls and transportation, a round can cost a couple $42.
GOALLLLLLLLLL! Using an unsanctioned club, Darryl Levings taps in. The “cup” is the size of a small foot tub but somehow the balls avoid it pretty much like in the regular game. And yes, carts are available, even for the rather truncated FootGolf course. With links fee, two balls and transportation, a round can cost a couple $42. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
GOALLLLLLLLLL! Using an unsanctioned club, Darryl Levings taps in. The “cup” is the size of a small foot tub but somehow the balls avoid it pretty much like in the regular game. And yes, carts are available, even for the rather truncated FootGolf course. With links fee, two balls and transportation, a round can cost a couple $42. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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