Looking for something different to do with your friends, family, teammates or work colleagues? Why not test your skills and get out in the sun with a round of footgolf at Basset Down Golf Course. Read below to find out more about how the football golfing phenomenon may be the perfect answer to your next big occasion
1. Birthday Parties
Birthdays provide the perfect excuse to party, celebrate and have lots of fun with friends and family. But why not put a twist on the usual norm and celebrate with a round of footgolf at Basset Down. No matter the ages involved or size of the guest list, footgolf will certainly provide endless entertainment and laughs as you and friends celebrate your birthday in style.
For parents looking for the perfect hassle-free birthday party then footgolf should be your first choice of party destinations as your children burn off the cake-driven energy running around outside in the 100-acre establishment.
After you’ve finished your game, why not head to the bar for a drink or cut the cake and dine outside in the beautiful scenery of the surrounding landscape.
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2. Team Building Activity
Team building activities are a necessity of any successful business, and if you’re looking for the ultimate activity certain to bring work colleagues and friends together then footgolf at Basset Down Golf Course should be your first port of call.
If you’re sick of sitting in the office then a nine-hole game of footgolf will provide the welcome break from your computer as yourself and friends unleash your competitiveness in the vast greenery of Basset Down.
Whether you’re a beginner to the sport or a seasoned pro, footgolf is an option available to those of all abilities and will undoubtedly bring out the best in everyone taking part, allowing you to build strong relationships amongst work colleagues that will give your team the needed boost in the office.
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3. End of season presentation for sports teams
As football and rugby seasons come to an end for local sports teams around the country, the inevitability of finding the perfect location for your team’s end of season award ceremony becomes a number one priority. But fear not as Basset Down Golf Course have you covered.
Whatever your sport, a round of footgolf is certain to test the skills, patience, and competitiveness amongst teammates as individuals strive for success on the course.
After the winners have been determined and the losers left frustrated, head back to their marquees for fantastic food and drink which provide the perfect accompaniment to your clubs end of season award ceremony.
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4. Stag and Hen Do's
Stag and Hen Do’s have been the traditional source of pre-wedding entertainment for the groom and bride-to-be for centuries. But have you ever considered playing a game of footgolf to kick-off the celebrations?
Situated just a two-minute drive from J16 M4 in Swindon, a round of footgolf would be the perfect way to get the day's entertainment underway before heading down into Bristol, Bath or Swindon to spend your evening dancing the night away.
Take your pick of playing either 9 or 18 holes and let the games begin one kick at a time.
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5. Day out with Friends and Family
Swindon is full of great activities to take part in with family and friends, but if you want the perfect mixture of outdoor fun in the sun and a competitive game that the whole family can take part in then footgolf at Basset Down is the answer.
Whether you want to play as a pair or as a large group of friends, Basset Down is able to accommodate groups of all sizes with games being spread out over your choice of 9 or 18 holes.
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