A free footgolf event is planned for Sunday at Papio Greens Golf Center in Papillion.
The game is a combination of soccer and golf. Take golf, subtract the clubs and tees and toss in a soccer ball. The object of the game is to maneuver the ball into 21-inch-diameter cups with as few kicks as possible.
Sarpy County Tourism is partnering with Papio Greens, 11050 S. 66th St., to offer a free round between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
For a tee time, visit papiogreens.com and click on "Book Tee Time" under the footgolf tab. Walk-ins are welcome as well.
Players are asked to bring their own soccer ball, as a limited amount are available to rent. All ages are welcome. For information, contact Sarpy County Tourism at 402-332-5771.
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