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In Los Angeles and Orange County:
1) Oak Grove for history (1st permanent course in the world)
2) Huntington Beach (2nd permanent course in the World) debatable
3) La Mirada (Too many Championships have been played here to mention, come find out why) My home course. "La Mirada Disc Golf, Where Champions are made"
I am torn.
I live in Deltona Florida.
The closest is my Home Course "River City Nature Park" in Debary. It has nine holes.
Then there's my club "Tuscawilla" in Daytona, 18 Hole Course with varied pin placements. If you do not know of it, you would drive by it and not even know about it.
Apopka aka "Rock Springs". Newest Course to the area. Two 18 hole course that was converted from a ball golf course.
Barnett Park. Two 18 hole Course. A place where I saw Ken Climo compete this year.
There's Bill Frederick aka "Turkey Lake". Two 18 hole courses. Home of the "Orlando Open". People from all over the US come to compete.
Which would I recommend ?
Depends what you are interested in.
Florida has a heck of a lot of courses. Toooooo many for me to mention.
So to answer your question, I would have to first ask you, What is your flavor ????
Track season is in full swing, so while some of your travel party might be headed over to bet on some horses at Saratoga, you can take a quick 20 minute drive out to hyzer creek.
It's a very technical course, not the longest, but very fun to play. Hole 17 just had a doozy of an upgrade with a new Pro-Tee box along with the origional tee box for AM players. Pro Box is about 700 yards now with a huge dog leg left after first shot, then a curvy trip through a narrow line to the pin.