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    Disc Golf and Footgolf

Disc Golf

Come play a round of fun and entertaining disc golf at 12 Shores!


Instead of swinging a club at a ball, throw a disc into a basket on the 1st hole on the 12 Shores golf course. Come on over and experience one of the fastest growing sports in America with your friends and family!

  1. Start from the teeing area. The player must throw from behind the front of the teeing area
  2. Subsequent shots are played from behind the spot where the previous shot came to rest. This spot is known as the “lie”. If your disc comes to rest in a tree or a bush, the lie is the spot on the ground directly below.
  3. A run-up and follow through are allowed, but the player must release the disc before stepping past the lie.
  4. A putt is a throw from within 10 meters (32.8 ft) of the target. When putting, you may not step past your lie until the disc comes to rest.
  5. The hole is completed when the disc comes to rest in the basket or chains. The hole is not completed if the disc is resting on the top of the target.
  6. If a shot goes out-of-bounds: play from either the last in-bounds location with a 1-stroke penalty or retee with a 1-stroke penalty.


Footgolf is a fast-paced combination of two sports – soccer and golf – played with a soccer ball and extra-large cups on the golf course.


Playing Footgolf is great for skilled soccer players to hone their skills and for new players to practice in a fun, relaxed environment. The rules mirror those of golf – the player with the fewest shots wins!

  1. To tee off , you may kick your ball from a position up to two yards behind the tee markers. Make sure your kicks do not interfere with other players or golfers.
  2. The ball must be played in a single movement. You are not allowed to push the ball with the top or bottom of your foot.
  3. Wait to play your next shot until the ball has completely come to rest. It is not legal to play the ball while rolling from the wind.
  4. Play the ball where it lies. You are not allowed to move the ball or remove jammed objects. Exception: You may mark the spot and lift the ball when it may obstruct another player’s kick or ball in any way.
  5. Do not kick a ball from the greens. If your ball comes to rest on a golf green, move it to the nearest spot off the green to kick. No penalty.
  6. Out of bounds: If your ball goes OB, place the ball within two steps from where the ball went out of bounds, and receive a one-stroke penalty