Urban golf is great for anyone either too broke to pa greens fees or too green to pay greens fees- you just grab an old club or two, a couple friends, and some spongy rubber golf balls and head into the city. Players can agree to the holes on the fly, building their course as they wind through the urban environment. Instead of aiming to tap a ball into a hole, you might be trying to land your ball on top of a restaurants roof or bouncing it off a street sign.

These guys take their urban golf very seriously.

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Urban golf: Hitting the links hidden in the streets
Urban golfers forgo the golf carts, caddies, and finely manicured grasses of conventional courses in exchange for squishy balls and the dynamism of the streets.