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We have recently started this club in an effort to unite the disc golfers of South Florida. We live in the Sunshine state and yet it seems that the number of golfers are sparse compared to the clubs in other states! But I know we are all out there. We have a heck of a lot of great courses down here that offer a variety of challenges.....the only thing we lack is any true elevation challenges (if you have been to south Florida you can understand this.) But even so, our course designers have definitely made attempts to create some and we have our own Florida style challenges...such as tons of water...in the rainy season even in the fairways, thick underbrush, tons of trees, trecherous wind, and the hot sun that can suck the life right out of you!

The goal of our group is to unite the golfers of Kendall, Tradewinds, Easterlin, Okaheelee, Amelia and truly any other golfers interested and create challenges and events to bring us all together. We are currently organizing a Bag Tag Challenge that will showcase one of our premiere courses each month and allow us to crown a South Florida Champion in each division.....if nothing else it will allow the winner mad bragging rights!
We are also focused on doing fundraising events to raise money for groups that are important to us. Currently we are considering the Autistic foundation as it has been shown that disc golf can provide a theraputic release for these children.

Golfers of all levels are welcome to join in the fun and to help South Florida Disc Golf make a mark on disc golf!



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Comment by DC ( DISCFUNCTIONAL CHRIS ) on February 6, 2008 at 12:52pm
i dont live in florida but vacationed there and was impessed with your courses, my boss has a summer home in sarasota and we used it last year and to my wifes chagrin i played all the courses in that area, although as you said, there were not much elevation changes, but that was made up for by the shear densatiy of the udergrowth and trees, and of course lets not forget the water hazards, or the razor weeds or the ginormouse spiders all of which make it a challenge, i was also impressed at how nice the people were i met, i think i played around 6 courses, i would get to the course and hang out till someone showed up to play and asked to tag along, nobody said no, im looking forward to coming down again and playing your awsome courses.

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