Soccergolf

Soccer Meets Golf

Soccergolf Maker Michael Ochoa introduced his kids to the sport footgolf, where players essentially play golf by kicking a ball, on a nearby course. A rare rainy day in southern California inspired him to make a kid-scaled, kid-friendly way for them to play inside, too. Michael DIY-ed a few prototypes and used a 3D printer before landing on the perfect hole design. The game set gets the kicking-fun going, and the squishy balls used (also known as pelotas) are soft enough to not wreck the living room and can soar up to 60 to 80 feet outside. As many as eight players can play by the rules—lowest score wins—or you and the kids can play any way you like. The set packs up in a carrying case, so it’s easy to take the game along to the beach and beyond.

Soccergolf

Indoor/Outdoor Footgolf Set

Soccer Meets Golf

Soccergolf Maker Michael Ochoa introduced his kids to the sport footgolf, where players essentially play golf by kicking a ball, on a nearby course. A rare rainy day in southern California inspired him to make a kid-scaled, kid-friendly way for them to play inside, too. Michael DIY-ed a few prototypes and used a 3D printer before landing on the perfect hole design. The game set gets the kicking-fun going, and the squishy balls used (also known as pelotas) are soft enough to not wreck the living room and can soar up to 60 to 80 feet outside. As many as eight players can play by the rules—lowest score wins—or you and the kids can play any way you like. The set packs up in a carrying case, so it’s easy to take the game along to the beach and beyond.
Soccergolf
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Quick Questions

Is Soccergolf the same as Footgolf?

Footgolf is an internationally recognized sport that uses a regulation #5 soccer ball on a golf course. Soccergolf was inspired by this sport.

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Indoor/Outdoor Footgolf Set see details

Soccergolf

Indoor/Outdoor Footgolf Set

Soccer Meets Golf

Soccergolf Maker Michael Ochoa introduced his kids to the sport footgolf, where players essentially play golf by kicking a ball, on a nearby course. A rare rainy day in southern California inspired him to make a kid-scaled, kid-friendly way for them to play inside, too.

Michael DIY-ed a few prototypes and used a 3D printer
before landing on the perfect hole design. The game set gets the kicking-fun going, and the squishy balls used (also known as pelotas) are soft enough to not wreck the living room and can soar up to 60 to 80 feet outside. As many as eight players can play by the rules—lowest score wins—or you and the kids can play any way you like. The set packs up in a carrying case, so it’s easy to take the game along to the beach and beyond. Read More Read Less
 

Quick Questions

Is Soccergolf the same as Footgolf?

Footgolf is an internationally recognized sport that uses a regulation #5 soccer ball on a golf course. Soccergolf was inspired by this sport.

Learn more about the product

Indoor/Outdoor Footgolf Set see details