Mad Anthony III's & FootGolf Course
Sunday, 23 Jul 2017

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The Mad Anthony III’s short course (9 holes, all par 3) in McMillen Park is perfect for beginning golfers, family golf outings or a quick round when your time is limited. The course is reserved for the Lifetime Sports Academy program 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. weekdays in June and July. The course is open to the public when not in use by the Academy. See below for fees. Children ages 14 and under play free any time with a paid adult. 

Mad Anthony III Short Course - Green Fees
   
Adults (9 Holes) $7
Youth (9 Holes) $4
Families (3+ family members) $1 off per player
LSA Certified Players FREE

 

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FootGolf!

A fun combination of GOLF and SOCCER! Want to learn more? Check out: FootGolf Link

FootGolf Rules are now available!

 

FootGolf Fees
Adults (9 Holes) $7
Youth (9 Holes) $4
Children 14 and under play free with paid adult.
Families (3+ family members) $1 off per player
Soccer Ball Rental $5

 

Make a Tee Time
Want to secure a tee time for FootGolf? You can now make an on-line FootGolf Tee Time!

The Basics of FootGolf

FootGolf combines soccer and golf into a fun and fast growing new sport. FootGolf originated in the Netherlands and has spread to over 16 countries throughout the world. Similar to golf, the players’ intent is to kick a ball into the hole with the least amount of strokes possible. There is a tee box, a green, bunkers, hazards and 18 holes of play (just 9 holes at MA III’s). There is par for each hole, mimicking golf’s scorecard, and you still play as a twosome, threesome or foursome. The main differences are the cups, which are 21 inches in diameter, shorter holes (most people cannot kick a soccer ball further than 50 yards) and the lack of equipment needed (no need to carry around heavy golf clubs in FootGolf!). Come try this exciting new sport at the Mad Anthony III’s in McMillen Park.

 

McMillen Golf Course

3900 Hessen Cassel Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46806
260-427-6710

PGA Professional
Rick Hemsoth

Assistant Professional

Kyle Calloway

Superintendant

Bryan Keister