Footgolf Tournament Stag Do in Dublin
If you’re looking to spend your stag do in the Republic of Ireland then look no further than a footgolf stag do in Dublin. Different to your typical 5 a side game or 9-hole golfing experience, this activity adds a new, epic twist you boys are sure to enjoy. Your stag deserves the best on his last night of freedom, right? It’s a great laugh that will ensure you and the lads end up in stitches of laughter and create plenty of great memories together before the big day arrives.
- 18 holes of Footgolf
- An event co-ordinator to make it more professionally run
- Extra challenges including longest drive, closest to the pin…
- Footballs, Scorecards included
- Prizes for winners
This footgolf activity is bigger and better than ever as we have changed it up so that you kick a football rather than using a club! And let’s be honest who doesn’t love either golf or football? So putting the two together to create the ultimate stag do activity seems like a no brainer really. On the day you will be greeted by your event co-ordinator who will run the stag party activity, play games, include forfeits for the stags who deserve them and walk around the course hole by hole with you! So there is no need to get confused as your event co-ordinator will ensure you enjoy this activity to its fullest.
For the footgolf you will be put into teams of 4 and everyone will compete against each other in 4 balls. There will also then be a Texas Scramble team competition in the second round, where the best shot will be used so get your aim right lads. And don’t worry if you’re a big group or there is an odd number of lads, the groups will be created to accommodate you all. And if being on the footgolf course doesn’t bring enough competition in itself, there are individual prizes of bottles of beer or wine plus a team prize of a crate of beer!
Some of the footgolf courses require you to follow the same normal golfing dress code etiquette. However, polo shirts, tailored shorts and astro turf trainers or normal sports trainers are widely acceptable (no studs or spikes). You could go golf fancy dress wearing Pringle and old school golfing attire.
All of the activities were different and seemed to go down well with the Group.
The Footgolf was a nice way to blow off steam after the night before (!)