Whomever Snakeman is, is not much of a disc golfer. Just maybe when one is at a new course to them, they could or should seek a local to play a round with. Tuscawilla Park Disc Golf Course is a well played disc golf course. Each and every year our Daytona Open sells out, with over 20 players on the waiting list. There are directional arrows at each basket, with signs of placement of basket and distances at each tee pad. The local players have put a lot of effert into Tuscawilla Park. We have league play Wed. afternoon, best shot doubles, at 5pm. Sunday mornings, tee off at 10am, we have a handicap round, alternating A and B pads each week. This years Daytona Open is June 30th and July 1st.
The ditches and the ponds are there for the reason of flood control. Funny how we have no problems with them yet someone from elsewhere can belittle our efferts to have a beautiful course here in Daytona Beach, Florida.
A poorly laid out course with difficult to find tees and baskets. Multiple tees are confusing and spread out. 11th tees are outside of park fence and the long tee is across a public street. Part of the back nine is along a 35 MPH road where there is heavy traffic, errant throws can end up in the road. Canals that run all over the course have steep and slippery banks. Need to have drivers and putters that float. Homeless men in park know the course and are very helpful.
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