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Old 10-11-2010, 06:11 PM
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5 days in Orlando

Headed down to Orlando for 5 days, let's hear some suggestions. I don't mind driving a little while out of Orlando if it's worth the drive, but I've never thrown in Florida, so let me know where to go in the area.
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Old 10-11-2010, 08:47 PM
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Turkey Lake and Barnett Park each have 36 holes and have one course that is more difficult than the other. Turkey Lake is in a state park and it is like $3 to get in but it is manicured and a nice area. Barnett weaves through a huge park in an area of town that doesn't seem so nice. You'll want a spotter on several holes for sure at the tougher course at each park.

Other than that there is a 9-holer in Debary (between Orlando and Daytona) that is designed by Hosfeld and is a fun course as long as the grass is cut. Long and short pads.

Daytonas courses are mediocre but can be fun.

Isn't this what the course review section of this site is for?
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:09 PM
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Turkey Lake and Barnett Park each have 36 holes and have one course that is more difficult than the other. Turkey Lake is in a state park and it is like $3 to get in but it is manicured and a nice area. Barnett weaves through a huge park in an area of town that doesn't seem so nice. You'll want a spotter on several holes for sure at the tougher course at each park.

Other than that there is a 9-holer in Debary (between Orlando and Daytona) that is designed by Hosfeld and is a fun course as long as the grass is cut. Long and short pads.

Daytonas courses are mediocre but can be fun.

Isn't this what the course review section of this site is for?
damn you to the bowels of hell!!!! Jk those are all of my recommendations
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:14 PM
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Thanks, I figured Turkey was about the best around, but it doesn't hurt to ask and get as much input as possible, and I had heard that Turkey Lake might be closed.
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I had heard that Turkey Lake might be closed.
What's the story behind that? Every time I've been there the lady at the gate asks me if I'm there for disc golf as it seems to be a big draw.
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