The spring season for many means golf, but if you're looking for an easier way to hit the links, maybe footgolf is more your speed.
Cliff Easum, G.M. of the Cobbs Creek Golf Course says, "It's really playing golf with a soccer ball."
Instead of using a golf club and swinging away, "you just kick it," said Cliff.
Cobbs Creek is the first accredited footgolf course in Pennsylvania.
It's got 18 holes played right alongside the real golfers.
Action News was shown how to navigate the Midfield Cobbs Creek Golf course by an expert from the Philadelphia Union, Antione Hoppenot.
A footgolf hole is 21 inches, big enough for a regulation soccer ball, but it's still tough to sink a putt.
For more on footgolf, you can watch FYI Philly on Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. or Sunday night at midnight on Channel 6.