FootDarts Dublin at Newcastle Golf Centre .
Score points by kicking the football at a giant inflatable dartboard. Or take aim at the bullseye to prove who has the best shot.
In FootDarts players divide into teams and take turns to try to accurately land the ball on the board. You can play by the rules of darts and starting at 501 aim to score points with the first team to reach 0 declared the winner. Will you hit the bullseye!
Booking is required.
Tel: 01 6210201
Mob: 086 8299585
In 2015 we introduced rugby FootGolf at Ballybane to celebrate Ireland’s World Cup exploits. Since then rugby FootGolf has been available at Ballybane FootGolf.
Played with the same rules as FootGolf the only difference is the shape of the ball. And herein lies the challenge! With FootGolf the ball generally rolls in one direction. In rugby FootGolf, once kicked, the destination of the ball is not so certain!
A brilliant, fun activity for families, groups, stags, hens, team building, sports clubs and more Rugby FootGolf puts a new twist on the worlds fastest growing sport.
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Tel: 01 6280413
Mob: 086 8299585
With the season coming to an end for many football clubs and sports clubs we have the perfect venue for an end of season outing to mark the occasion.
At Ballybane FootGolf we have catered for football teams, GAA teams, tennis clubs, rugby clubs and more. FootGolf at Ballybane offers a fun activity that also acts as a great team bonding finale to a busy season.
We dont just offer FootGolf either. At Ballybane FootGolf you can also play Par 3 Golf, Laser Clay Shooting and, the newest addition to our facility, FootBowl. This means that you can take part in one or a number of activities.
Discounts are available, depending on the number of players. If you require food, we can arrange delivery from our local takeaway (must be paid on the day of event prior to order).
Where one season ends another begins and with lots of sport to look forward to over the Summer, Ireland at Euro 2016, the Olympics in Rio, the GAA All Ireland Championship and more now is a great time to book your end of season outing.
How Laser Clay Shooting works: Shoot to thrill! Players fire authentic deactivated 12 gauge shotguns which are converted to fire harmless infra-red beams.
Up to five players can shoot at the same time. A clay is released by the operator. When a shooter scores a hit, the beam is reflected back to the gun and registers a “HIT” on the scoreboard. Hit the clay, get the points! Authentic sound effects enhance the experience.
The computerised scoreboard tallies up hits and allows several different forms of competition to take place, catering for all levels of expertise.
Laser Clay Shooting can cater for both small and large groups, and is great entertainment for team building, stag parties, hen parties, corporate days, sports clubs and more.
Booking is Required
Tel: 01 6210201
Mob: 086 8383700
Footgolf is a precision sport where players kick a soccer ball into a cup in as few shots as possible.
The origins of footgolf are unclear as they can be attributed to many countries at the same time, as early as 2006. The first nine-hole footgolf tournament on a golf course, and played as the sport is known today, was organized in the Netherlands in 2008 by Michael Jansen and Bas Korsten, and played by a mix of Dutch and Belgian professional footballers. Jansen learned of the sport from Dutch footballer Willem Korsten, who recalled playing a similar game during his time with British club Tottenham Hotspur who would end training sessions by kicking the ball from the pitch back to the changing rooms in as short a time as possible.
Later Belgium and Hungary switched from playing in parks to golf courses and the game was introduced to Argentina in 2010. The American FootGolf League was founded in 2011. The game was internationally publicized, and countries worldwide started collaborating on the development of the game. By October 2014, the game was offered at more than 240 courses in the United States and was in the final stages of being recognized by Sport England.
The game’s emergence coincided with the decline of the popularity of golf among young people, with 643 courses closing between 2006 and 2014 in the United States.The sport has financially saved many struggling golf courses, and the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and World Golf Foundation have both acknowledged footgolf’s contribution to helping golf courses generate more income, and noted that it may contribute to the growth of golf itself. PGA president Ted Bishop said that “I think it would be ludicrous to think there won’t be a percentage of those people that might say, ‘Hey, you know what? I think I’d like to try and play golf.” One course in the United States has footgolf holes running perpendicular to regular golf holes, so that both games can be played at the same time.
Three countries combined to form the Federation for International Footgolf in June 2012, and the first Footgolf World Cup was held in Hungary that month.
In the spring of 2015 the National Golf Courses Owners Association (NGCOA) recognized the American FootGolf League (AFGL) as the governing body for the sport of FootGolf in the U.S.
In 2016 the second FootGolf World Cup was held in Argentina.
A sport with near identical rules, codeball, attained brief popularity in the United States during the late 1920s and 1930s.
Dont worry there is no dress code at Ballybane FootGolf . The only request we have is that you wear clothes of some kind!
If you do want to wear the official FootGolf outfit, here is a guide to help you.
There are no football boots with studs or cleats, only flat shoes or runners can be worn. This is the only restriction we have in terms of a dress code so if you want to dress as a smurf or Homer Simpson that is no problem! Take a picture and we’ll put it on our Facebook page for the world to see! Enjoy your game at Ballybane FootGolf.
Did you know Ballybane FootGolf was featured on RTE programme Don’t Tell the Bride!
The show’s format consists of a couple who are given 10,000 Euro to spend on their wedding but they must spend three weeks apart without contact and the bridegroom must organise every aspect of the event and attire including the wedding dress, as well as the hen and stag parties, surprising the bride.
Ballybane FootGolf is an ideal location for your Stag or Hen party. In fact for any outing, corporate day, school tour, team building Ballybane FootGolf provides a great day of entertainment for all ages. We can even arrange for pizzas and chips to be delivered after your game to get your energy levels back up!
Book your event today at Ballybane FootGolf
Tel: 086 8299585
The only game of its kind in Europe, FootBowl combines elements of football, bowling and more in a new fun activity. The game is played by two or more people and is great for families, groups stags, hens and team building.
Inspired by tailgate party games that are played before American Football games, FootBowl is great entertainment that will have you hooked from start to finish.
Booking is required, to book tel: 086 8383700. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
So you’ve made the decision to get married. Now for the important decision…what to do for the stag or hen party in Dublin?
We’ve got the answer….
Try the most fun sport in the world, FootGolf! FootGolf is played on a golf course with the aim to kick a football from the teeing area and into the hole in the fewest number of kicks. It can be played by all skill levels and all fitness levels, you don’t have to be a Premier League footballer or Professional golfer to play the game and it takes less than 90 minutes to complete the course.
At Ballybane FootGolf Dublin we’ve had stag and hen parties from all over Ireland – Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Galway, Sligo, Wexford, Kildare, Meath, Westmeath, Waterford, Carlow, Kilkenny, Donegal and more- and from overseas – Scotland, England, Wales, Germany, France, Hungary, Belgium and even the USA, Argentina and Brazil!
The course is located only 25 minutes from Dublin City Centre and only 25 minutes from Dublin Airport. It is easily accessed from the N4 (Lucan exit), N7 (Grange Castle exit) and M50 motorways and only minutes from Lucan and Clondalkin villages. Whether you are travelling from Howth or Hollyhead, Kinsale or Killkenny, Ballybane FootGolf is well located in Dublin.
Looking for food after the game? No problem. We can order food for you from the local takeaway with pizzas, chips, burgers and more available. Just let us know before you start if you want us to order food (deposit payment required before ordering). We also have a selection of sweets and refreshments available at reception. For a hen or stag it may be preferred to go to a restaurant or pub for food, if so we can recommend somewhere for you if you need some help.
We do not have a strict dress code but if there is a particular unusual theme you are going with could you let us know, we may take some pictures for our Facebook page and website!! We want you to enjoy the day and would only ask that you respect any other footgolfers on the course.
For fun days out, choose Ballybane FootGolf, the number 1 activity for stag and hen parties. If you require more information, directions or have any other requests please let us know.
Tel: 00353 86 8299585
00353 1 6280413