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Preston Footgolf reopens at Goosnargh after Ingol Golf Village is forced to close

Posted on - 7th July, 2017 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, News, Preston North End, Sport, Things To Do

Preston Footgolf reopens at Goosnargh

Preston Footgolf has recently reopened at its brand new location in Goosnargh.

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Footgolf is the fastest growing sport in the UK in which players kick a football into a target in as few shots as possible.

The Preston club has relocated itself to Goosnargh Golf Course after Ingol Golf Village, its former base, was forced to close amidst the PNE Training Complex and Housing plans.

Related: Preston North End respond to ‘astonishing’ decision on Ingol Golf Club plans

The fun sport can be used for a range of different occasions including a family day out, a get together with friends, competitions, stag do’s and parties.

You can join Preston Footgolf on Saturday and Sundays from 2pm-4pm.

During July and August, they are also open at the same time on Wednesdays.

Prices for a round will start at £5 for juniors, £7 for students and £9 for adults.

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You can double up and play 18 holes for only £3 more per person.

You can enjoy discounts when you make a group booking for over 10 people.

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Danny Garratt, Director at Preston Footgolf, said: “We are extremely proud to announce that we are bringing the fantastic sport Footgolf to the city.

“You must book ahead of time to guarantee your tee-time with us and to avoid disappointment.

“The course is amazing at Goosnargh, it’s set in peaceful surroundings with plenty of wildlife on the course itself at times.

“It’s an amazing setting for the UK’s fastest-growing sport to have home at in Preston.”

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To book you need to contact Preston Footgolf on the website or email them at prestonfootgolf@gmail.com

You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

Will you be trying out footgolf at its new location in Goosnargh? Are the plans for the new PNE Training Complex and Housing affecting you? Let us know in the comments below

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