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Gordan Barnett Park Disc Golf,Orlando FL

For Disc Golfer interested in playing Barnett Park's Disc Golf Course in Orlando, FL or those who are interested in events hosted by Barnett Park's Disc Golf Team. Handicaps Tournaments are held every Sundays at 10:30! 

Location: Orlando, FL
Members: 113
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Barnett Park League and Tournament Schedule

Sunday Handicap League
Parkside Course - Short Pads
Sign up at 10:00-10:25 AM

Ace Pots and CTPs
$5 for Team Members $6 non-team members

North Course last Sunday of each month - Short Pads

Tuesday / Thursday Doubles

5:30 PM

Ace Pots and CTPs

FEE $10


Disc Golfer!
Want to save money on your Sunday Handicap Entry Fees at Barnett Park? JOIN the Barnett Park Disc Golf Team! Have you notice some players pay only $5 while others pay $6 .... Well, They are “Team Members”! For a One Time Membership Fee of $25 you will receive a Barnett Park Team T-Shirt and Bag Tag! After you join the Team, You will receive $1 discount on entry fees at Sunday Handicap Events and/or Team Sponsored Events ... for life! Also, Leading Edge Disc Sales will give you a $1 Discount on every disc purchase. What a deal!

If you are interested in joining the Barnett Park’s Disc Golf Team ... Sign up today and save $$$!

Extra TEAM T-SHIRTS! ONLY $7 for Members!

New Team Members in 2014!

John Prizer

Butch Furno

Stephen Maszy

Jerry Swain

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Comment by JohnnyMax on February 19, 2010 at 1:00pm
Brian, I had the same question. So I offered to submit Barnett's scores to the PDGA. The PDGA expects completed TD reports within two weeks for B and C Tiers, 24hrs for NT, and 48hrs for A Tier. Scores can be submitted earlier without the complete TD report. This past week, all nine tournaments had their scores in by the following Friday. I feel that less than a week is very good. It took me more than four hours, but it was my first time, and wanted to be accurate.
Comment by Heiner on February 19, 2010 at 7:19am
a lot .............. about 4 hours just for scores .... about 200 hours to run a pdga event ........ about 8 hours to play an event!
Comment by Brian J. Swift on February 18, 2010 at 9:19pm
What is a reasonable time to report tourney scores to the PDGA ? I saw that the
Barnett one last weekend was on the PDGA website in four days, but the S.W. Fla open I played in was almost four weeks ago is still not. How much work is involved to report the scores, why the difference?
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on February 18, 2010 at 8:47pm
We'll have to work on that....I don't think Norbert has done a map of Reed....Carl Sr did a fantasic map of Tusc.....Will try to get an updated version from him...if he's still got it available. Robert on this site has a boat load of pix
Comment by Chad on February 18, 2010 at 6:13pm
Yeah I know... For now I just left it with the courses that have pics and course maps. I've been to Reed Canal and it is a fun course but have not gotten out there to take pictures of it yet.
I hope to get out to Daytona again, take pictures and map the area courses so they may be included on the site in the nearish future. There is a definite shortage of Daytona Rep on the site and I need to change that. Anyone who has photos of any of the courses out there is welcome to send them my way so I can put something there!
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on February 18, 2010 at 3:34pm
You forgot Tuscawilla and Reed canal....not that Reed is much of a challenge...but none the less it's a Central Florida area course.
Comment by Chad on February 18, 2010 at 2:45pm
For those interested, photos from the Championship round of the Barnett Tourney have been posted on the discorlando site. You can check them out by clicking here.

I also started a new polling feature on the site so you all can weigh in on what you think about the area courses etc. This months poll is: What is the most challenging course in the area. To vote, click here. The poll will close at the end of the month. Feel free to suggest questions.

Happy Discing!
Comment by Chris Lenkiewicz on February 16, 2010 at 9:49am
Daytona Disc Drivers
Player Ratings/Handicaps

1000+-990 4
989-980 3
979-970 2
969-960 1
959-950 0
949-940 -1
939-930 -2
929-920 -3
919-910 -4
909-900 -5
899-890 -6
889-880 -7
879-870 -8
869-860 -9
859-850 -10
849-840 -11
839-830 -12
829-820 -13
819-810 -14
809-800 -15
Comment by Chris Lenkiewicz on February 16, 2010 at 9:06am
Daytona Handicap, New Rules for 2010:

If you have a PDGA player rating, you will be assigned a handicap based on that rating. No need for the three rounds to establish.

If you don't have a rating and a Daytona club member can "vouch" for your skill level a handicap will be assigned. No need for the three rounds to establish.

No Rating and nobody knows you, you must establish. This eliminates players from out of town getting a handicap that's higher than it should be.

Pro/Am Doubles

Pools are split that day based on:
1. Handicaps:
Same handicap= on the bubble= flip for it.
2.Player ability: if no handicap or player rating, pool placement based on the players playing that round. ex: if there are 4 pros and 6 ams, the best am will be placed into the pro division. The "bubble boys" they are called.

Sometimes we do get a player from out of town with no player rating that thinks he is an am, after playing we realize he should have played in the Pro pool. Oh well, those things happen. Rarely, but they do.

Odd Man/Cali Rules:

Pro odd gets one extra throw per hole
Am odd gets two extra throws per hole.
CTP/Metal/Ace only good with first drive.
Odd man wins doubles? gets half the prize money to be awarded, everyone else gets a CTP throw, including the odd man for the other half of the cash.
New Rule established: Odd man can put in another $5 and get all the prize money to be awarded.

New Ace Fund Rule for 2010:
Must be a club member to win an "Ace Fund", if not a member and hit an Ace, player gets the Ace $ for that day.(if they put $ into the Ace fund)
We have had some grumblings about this, but the payout is well worth it. Our club membership fee is only $10. Since the installation of this new rule our club membership has "TRIPLED". Thanks to all for supporting the sport.

We try to accomodate all players the best that we can, by assigning the appropriate handicaps and placing in the correct doubles pool. As all disc golf clubs we are still learning and tweaking to make the best disc golf experience possible. We know we can't make everyone happy, but we sure are trying.

Chris
Daytona Disc Drivers
Chain Lenks Disc Golf
"Park it, Drill it, Take the Pad!!
Comment by Hippy on February 16, 2010 at 7:19am
That damn ace pot is mine!!!!!!! You all keep your discs out of it!!!!!!!! HAHAHAH!!!!
 

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