Footgolf Birthday Parties
A 2.5 hour exciting outdoor, active party for kids 8-16 years old. Footgolf is a newer sport that combines soccer and golf. Footgolf is played on 9 holes at the Rundle Golf Course. Each child gets a soccer ball and then kicks the ball down the course to finish by sinking the ball into an enlarged cup at the end of the hole. It provides a fun and active birthday option for older kids, especially those that love soccer!
Footgolf Birthday Party Information and Costs
Footgolf Birthday Party FAQ's
FootGolf Green Fees
FootGolf runs Fridays from 4pm onward, May 5 to September 1. To book call the Rundle Golf Course Pro Shop at 780-495-0306.
|Friday 9-hole Rates||Friday 9-hole Group Tournament Rates|
|Adult||$12||$25 (includes lunch)|
|Youth||$8||$21 (includes lunch)|
|Ball rental fee**||$3||Included|
**Ball rentals are not offered after 7pm, please bring your own ball for play after these times.
Note: Leisure Access is not offered with this activity
What to Bring and Wear
FootGolf attire is similar to golf; a collared shirt and shorts are recommended. We ask that soccer cleats not be worn on the course as they can damage the turf. Running shoes are perfect for this sport.
As for most sports, bring a water bottle, and dress for the weather.
We have a limited number of rental balls, so please bring your own if possible. Soccer ball rentals will finish at 7pm to ensure balls are returned before the Pro Shop closes.
Where to Play
Rundle Golf Course is the only location in Edmonton offering FootGolf. The golf course is located at 2902 118 Avenue (in Rundle Park. Access from Victoria Trail or 28 Street and 118 Avenue).
Who Can Play
Anyone is able to play the game of FootGolf. Groups of 4 to 6 can be accommodated during each tee time kick off, which can be booked through the Rundle Pro Shop at 780-496-4710. Larger groups and team bookings can now be accommodated on FootGolf Tournament Fridays.
How to Play
The rules of FootGolf are basically the same as golf, but there are a few additional guidelines we ask all FootGolfers to respect:
For further details, see the FIFG FootGolf Rulebook.
The City of Edmonton is a proud member of the Canadian FootGolf Association.