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Gordan Barnett Park Disc Golf,Orlando FL


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: 114
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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 Matthew Monczka on February 16, 2010 at 6:48am
I love the fact that this board is picking up steam! I want to make it very clear. The concept of handicap, when run efficiently, is fantastic. The Barnett handi is incredible. Captain does a great job bringing people in, and when the opportunity arises, he make different side games. For example, the Summer Point Series(would love to see it again) and the Disc Golf U league. I am sure under the direction of the LINKS, the Daytona handi is great as well. You are right Bob, bigger ace $ and CTP's are the benefit. I want to hit that ace, but almost would rather have a newby hit it, to keep them coming back again and again.
Comment by Heiner on February 16, 2010 at 6:18am
high handicaps players = bigger CTP $ and ACE $ for lower handicap players .... SShhhhuurrr!
Comment by Matthew Monczka on February 16, 2010 at 5:53am
I guess lower handicaps is the way to say it.
Comment by Matthew Monczka on February 16, 2010 at 5:52am
I am always excited to see more new players. I go out on Sundays for the opportunity to have fun! But since I am uber competitive, I would love to have some side games for the high handicappers.
Comment by Chris Lenkiewicz on February 15, 2010 at 9:45pm
we all know how the handicaps work, with the new players winning a bunch at first, but the their handicaps leveling out. then a new bunch of new players come through and it happens again. which is great! getting paid for improving. the american dream :) helps keep new players coming back and getting addicted.
Comment by Todd Schenck on February 15, 2010 at 8:57pm
Sorry, I wasn't trying to diss the newer players, as I obviously understand that you have to start somewhere (and I'm certainly happy to welcome anyone getting into disc golf). I was more trying to say something to the effect of what matt and chris have relayed. I'm not a great player myself, but would have needed a -12 Sunday to win. It does make it difficult, but the $500 ace pot is certainly motivation for me to come out. I like the idea of a b-pool. Once again, no offense...
Comment by Hippy on February 15, 2010 at 8:28pm
Lots of good golf!!!!! I posted my best score!!!50!! Then lost in the playoff!!!! Second time!!!! Damn it!!!! I will win one!!!!! Those high handicappers are hard to beat!!! I might be giving some strokes now!!!!! Damn it!!! And I suck!!!!! I guess thats means more practice!!!!
Comment by Chris Lenkiewicz on February 15, 2010 at 8:11pm
it's tough for us pros to win a handicap from our A Pads.
Competing against, -10, -11, -12 and higher handicaps.
Like ya said, have to shoot an awesome round and hope the others are off that day.
Tough knowing you are giving up 12 or more strokes before you start.
The ams do get better and their handicaps do eventually catch up with their ability.
Still the best way to balance everything out

I ran an event last year.
Double Elimination tournament.
Random Draw for starting bracket, the difference in handicap was converted to mulligans for the other player. ex: CLenk, +4 handicap vs Jim -5 handicap. Jim got 9 mulligans to use in the match up.
Pretty cool format. Took about a month to complete though.
Comment by Matthew Monczka on February 15, 2010 at 7:44pm
I do like that B pad idea. I rarely have an opportunity to cash anymore at handicaps. While it can happen(depends on me of course), I have to shoot double digits under par. Once again, this is possible. If we were to start another side handicap it would benefit those of us who are giving 4-7 strokes, and would possibly be another reason to come out, other than go for aces. Recently, I did shoot -10 and finished second. Hmmm B pool sounds like a great idea. On the other hand, I know going into handicap league that I have to shoot an "on fire" round.
Comment by JohnnyMax on February 15, 2010 at 7:20pm
There was alot of great disc golf happening on Sunday. The playoffs were awesome! Good thing nobody aced, since I didn't...

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