Just like traditional golf, SwinGolf is about using a club to move a ball over a course into a hole. A course consists of 9 or 18 holes, not unlike traditional golf: there is the tee-area, the fairway and the green with the hole. However, there are differences: for example, only one single universal club with three hitting surfaces is used for all shots. The length of the fairways is much shorter (50 to a maximum of 300 metres), and the ball is slightly larger and softer and therefore less dangerous.
The holes are also a joy for every player: with the diameter of a pizza it is much easier to hole up here. At SwinGolf, there are only 9 rules in total and they are enough to guarantee untroubled playing pleasure. The courses are laid out on meadows or fields with manageable work and expenditure. SwinGolf is easy to learn. Young and not so young, families, school classes, bicycle clubs, senior teams: after a short instruction the game starts. No permit, no handicap, no club membership and no checked trousers: just come and play. There is always time to relax: before, during and after the game you can enjoy a cool drink or a cup of cappuccino.
Was invented in France in the early 1980s. Since the late 1990s also in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Now also in other European countries.
Approx. 40 courses in Germany, 7 in Switzerland and 7 in Austria, Belgium and Italy.
Per round approx. € 9-13. Equipment can be rented at the facilities. Own club about € 90.
Anyone between 8 and 88. No limit. Brief instruction and there you go.
Motto: Fun with friends.
Here, too, a simple principle: A football is played over a field with obstacles into a target - usually a hole. The player who needs the fewest ball contacts wins.
Game, sport and fun for everyone from 5 years on.
Many SwinGolf facilities have now also set up football golf courses: So everyone will find something to enjoy.