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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: Feb 19

Southeastern Amateur Championship - Aug 31 - Sept 2

The official website has been launched!

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 Club 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.OrlandoDiscGolfClub.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.

Comment Wall


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Comment by Disc Player Sports on October 2, 2009 at 8:30am
Orlando Open Entry
Put an extra $5 up for 2 shots, to win the "pool" of money towards an entry for the Orlando Open coming up.
20 holes at Reed Canal on Sunday.
2 rounds of golf $10, + $5 For Entry Pool.

Hole #18 ctp for the entry fee.
Get 2 chances at it, 1 per round of course.
(If the pool is big enough, will pay out more than one).
Anyone interested?
Orlando Open Entry
Comment by Mark Janssen on September 8, 2009 at 12:59pm
Yes Daytona is about an hour, but there are players that somewhat regularly play in Daytona and in Orlando. That said, if they are on the Orlando group, pretty good chance they are in the Volusia one as well.
Comment by Frank T on September 8, 2009 at 12:49pm
Why are all the comments about Daytona courses? Isn't Daytona an hour's drive from Orlando?
Comment by Disc Player Sports on September 5, 2009 at 2:21pm
Sunday, Sunday Sunday....
Crosstown starts at Reed Canal ends at Tuscawilla Park.
Please don't be a slacker and show up before 10 am!
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on August 29, 2009 at 6:42pm
No Super Class over the Labor Day weekend...resumes Sept 12th 4pm
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on August 28, 2009 at 1:30pm
Super Class Saturday......Starting this Saturday August 29th. 4pm. Tuscawilla

Play for $5, play for $5 in seprate ctp's. Play for free just to play.


1. Free
2. $5 per player
3. $5 for 6* CTP's (all or none)
4. $10 for both the purse and the CTP's

* Two $1 and One $.50 per Nine.
Comment by Mark Janssen on August 19, 2009 at 12:51pm
Thanks to all that played in the first Dog-Days Drive-Off last weekend. You were part of the reason we will be able to put on a quality Orlando Open this year in October.
Comment by Frank T on August 3, 2009 at 4:30pm
Thanks for the speedy response. Thanks for the advice. Looks like we will be bringing our discs with us!
Comment by Mark Janssen on August 3, 2009 at 4:12pm
The crime mentioned was more towards another park in Orlando. And the crime that I think was being mentioned for Bill Frederick was more of the occasional white collar alcohol and recreational substances type of thing. Park is very safe actually.
It has two courses, with each divided into 9 hole segments, so it will be easy for you to pick a 9 to play. The Original course is friendly than the more challenging T-2 course. Ask for a scorecard/map at the front office when you enter.
Comment by Frank T on August 3, 2009 at 4:06pm
Hi, my family is visiting Univeral/Islands of Adventure Labor Day week. We play at Ninigret Park about twice a month. It is a nine hole course at a nice sports-oriented park. I checked out Bill Frederick Park's web page, and it seems like another nice park. I was hoping to check it out on one of our free days, to see the real Florida. We usually only play nine holes. I am concerned about the criminal activity mentioned in this comment wall. My boys are 9 and 12 years old. Of course, the park's web site does not mention the crime problem there. How bad is it?

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