Foot golf looks like a lot of fun. It's golf, played on a golf course, under golf rules, except there are no clubs -- just a soccer ball, your foot and a much larger hole on the green.
The sport is starting to take off here in the United States, but it was perhaps a gaggle of Real Madrid players showing off the sport the piqued a lot of interest.
A Northern California golf course decided to give it a try, and they've seen a lot of tee times made for it. Haggin Oaks Golf Complex began accommodating foot golf, or soccer golf, 10 weeks ago. In that time, they've seen 2,000 people come out to play.
“Just like golf, the putting, the short game is where you need to be making your best strokes,” said Karl Van Dessel, the complex’s foot golf coordinator, according to CBS Sacramento. “It’s all about touch.”
Players can get in an 18-hole round of foot golf for $15, getting a cart for another $8.
To learn more about Foot Golf, check out the American Foot Golf League.