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Orlando Disc Golf Club

Orlando Disc Golf Club Through fellowship, education and charitable programs, the Orlando Disc Golf Club provides all ages of the community with the access to and knowledge of disc golf in order to positively promote and grow disc sports.

Website: http://orlandodiscgolfclub.com
Members: 97
Latest Activity: Apr 18

Southeastern Amateur Championship - Aug 30 - Sept 1

Please visit www.SoutheasternAmateurChampionship.com to get all the current information on the largest disc golf event in the state. There is a boat load of information on the site explaining the new approaches we are taking to provide participants with a premier event. Remember to check for updates on the site as additional information will be posted as it becomes available. Please keep in mind that this is an A-Tier event and all players must be current on their PDGA membership.


Orlando Disc Golf Weekly Events: 

Weekly Handicaps 10:15AM Sign-up

Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake  - Every Saturday
$5/$10 to Play for Members
$7/$12 to Play for Non-Members

For Additional Club Information, Please Visit www.OrlandoDiscGolf.com for more information.

Discussion Forum

The Orlando Lost and Found Thread. 9 Replies

Started by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane. Last reply by Harold Baerga Jul 11, 2012.


Started by Mark Janssen. Last reply by Mark Janssen Feb 22, 2011.

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Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on February 24, 2010 at 11:10am
Barnett's 18 is tough because of the course rule and that it never changes...that hole is always there....love it!!!!
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on February 24, 2010 at 11:08am
Technically you can take a water penalty on every hole at Tusc with a bad enough shot..trust me I've been there done that!! All A pads...hole 8 B pad is the only pad where you would have to throw behind you to find water.

Hole 10 Chris...throws over the same ditch as 9

7 is an island hole all the time with the OB road...However the actual island is right now 360 degrees surrounded by water...it's tiny little island too.
Comment by Chris Lenkiewicz on February 24, 2010 at 10:54am
Tuscawilla throw over water holes:

A Pads

1 Pond
3 Pond
4 Ditch
5 Pond
6 Ditch
7 Pond, has an island placement
8 Ditch
9 Ditch
11 Pond
12 Ditch
13 Ditch, long placement
14 Ditch, long placement pond, has an island placement
15 Pond, Ditch
16 Ditch
17 Ditch
Comment by Russell on February 24, 2010 at 10:49am
Oh, and Climo at the tournament this year (couple weeks ago) went O.B. twice (once from longs and once form short) and took a double circle six on north 18...OUCH!
Comment by Mark Janssen on February 24, 2010 at 10:43am
yep, and Tusc has an equililent hole in hole 7 (i think) with all the lake to clear and the OB road behind the basket. Although, you don't have to start over if your in the water at tusc.
Comment by Russell on February 24, 2010 at 10:43am
Melbourne, too, has a great water hole where problems exists all the time. What is that extra hole?
Comment by Russell on February 24, 2010 at 10:41am
The island holes at both Tusc and Barnett are awesome holes. I would have to say that the most revered hole in Florida is Barnett, North course hole 18. If it is windy or not, that hole has made more players choke during a tournament than any other. Regardless of the size of the island, the thing you have to look at is the stretch of water you must cross before even getting to the island. That is the only hole where 5 - 9 is common place. Remember Eric MCCade almost giving the whole tournament away during the final 9 last year by going OB on the final hole -18? Sure you can hit a 2 or 3 there at times, but that is what makes it so awesome...the extreme difference in scores.
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on February 24, 2010 at 9:51am
Coming over tonight Mark...get out work early if you can....Turkey dark meet!!!
Comment by Mark Janssen on February 24, 2010 at 9:40am
Yes, agreed, some of the Tusc set-up can be very challenging to shot well. The water helps to make a big difference. Even though we are on a like, T-2 only has one true water hazard hole. Although, Original does have three I suppose.
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on February 24, 2010 at 8:44am
Reed Canal is just over 3700 feet...course record scratch -16...doubles -17....Cali -19 Not hard at all. SSA is around 43

With all the multiple pin placements, Tusc...can be 7200+ feet from the longs ...plus 2 island holes each a third of the square footage of 18 Northside Barnett. It's not far off T-2 longs in that set up.

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