Mount Pleasant Golf Club has become the first official Footgolf facility in South Australia after launching our 9 hole Course on Monday 14 March 2016.
FootGolf is played the same way as golf on a golf course except that players use a football instead of a golf ball and the ball is kicked rather than struck with a club towards a larger cup in place of the usual golf hole.
Beginning in the Netherlands in 2009, Footgolf is now played in 26 Countries and in the US alone the number of Footgolf courses has grown to 260 in the past year.
Mount Pleasant Golf Club becomes the ninth official FootGolf venue in Australia.
Golf Australia and Football Federation Australia have signed an Memorandum of understanding to promote the sport.