Munster footgolf is located on the outskirts of Shannon at Hurlers Cross where we have the features and undulations of 25 acres of prime Banner land dedicated to our brand new 18 hole FootGolf course.
Set up by John "Lancer" Callinan, Munster Footgolf brings the unique sport of footgolf to its new home in the Banner County.
With its arrival to Shannon comes a chance to enjoy one of the fastest growing games in Ireland right now.
The Hurlers Cross course is now host to 18 holes situated on undulating parkland surrounded by trees, fun and challenges alike.
Footgolf is exactly what it says on the tin, the combination of the games of football and golf into one.
Similar to golf, competitors, start at a tee box and take the least amount of kicks to get their football into the hole.
Par three, four and par five holes await footgolfers on the latest course to land on the Wild Atlantic Way.
All you need to enjoy this combination of the beautiful games is a pair of astro turf shoes and a good kick.
Munster Footgolf opened in March 2017 and is open seven days a week throughout the year.
Previously, Munster Foot Golf hosted the Clare Open as part of the Irish Foot Golf Association National Tour and regularly hosts competitions with fantastic prizes.