Tuscawilla Park

Daytona Beach, Florida     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Nicholas "LUSH" Somppi › September 8, 2012
B-
The course was well put together. no elevation change like im used to, but water everywhere. good course.
-  +0 votes  + Robbie Earle › September 27, 2010
B-
-  +0 votes  + Matt The Hyzer Soze Costarell › December 3, 2010
A+
Awsome course great challange and great fun....
-  +0 votes  + Craig Dickerson › December 24, 2010
B-
I played when the course was dry. I imagine it would be much tougher when the canals are full of water.
-  +0 votes  + dave smith › March 31, 2011
A
great overall course. we played all week, & never got bored. a little dificult finding hole 5 not too bad.
-  +0 votes  + Giovanni van Greco › April 15, 2011
B+
Be prepared to hit a tree when you come here, not a lot of brush to get lost in but the fairways are littered with huge tree's. A lot of canopy shots off the teepads, requires a lot of variety and good disc choices. There are multiple pin positions for each hole as well as cement pads although only one is realistic. There a lot of bums.
-  +0 votes  + Steve Martino › June 2, 2011
A-
-  +0 votes  + dan carrigan › January 6, 2012
C-
pros: this is a pretty well designed course for a city park and has multiple tees on every hole with 2-4 different pin positions on each hole, which are marked on the tee signs the tee signs are a unique feature themselves, being built down into large rocks. good variety, decent challenge Cons:FLAT. it is Florida so there is no elevation and since the course plays through a park there are a lot of other activities going on and pedestrians who could be distracting and in the line of fire. there ...
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-  +0 votes  + Steve Wallace › February 21, 2012
B
Always like Tuscawilla when it is racing season. Throwing and hearing racecars makes the course automatically funner than usual. Plenty of trees to cause problems and a lot of water to sneak up on you. Marked well and very fair.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Vogel › November 20, 2012
B+
-  +0 votes  + Grant Montgomery › May 18, 2013
C+
The front 9 were well-maintained because the area is shared with other activities which actually bring in revenue for the park, but the back 9 was a mess, with poison ivy EVERYWHERE. Don't toss your disc into the woods here! Not good for beginners.
-  +0 votes  + Glen Power › November 15, 2013
A-
Love this beautiful course!
Hadn't played here in a while. Airways around fairways are now shared with a zip-line concession. The high wires are well placed, though, to minimize interference with disc golf.
Some needed maintenance has recently been done - new bag trees, "next tee" arrows, wind tails on every basket, new pin locations (elevated on hole 6).
The course is in great shape and very playable.
-  +0 votes  + Walt Guttinger › December 13, 2013
A
-  +0 votes  + James Womble › December 22, 2013
B-
-  +0 votes  + william mccauely › January 20, 2014
B+
When the course positions are set to the long side, this course is very tough... A number of holes have water to traverse, and there are roads that are OB also... Hole 14 is set long, with the basket on a island thats not all that big... The course has its lanes and when your not in those lanes it can be hard to scramble to get your par... i like it...
-  +0 votes  + Jason Laughlin › April 28, 2014
A
-  +0 votes  + charles barrie › August 21, 2014
C-
This course has the ability to be an A course but it lacks signs. The signs next to the tee boxes are outdated and need to be replaced. The signs show different baskets for each hole and there is only one. They also show three tee pads and currently there are only two. Playing this course for the first time blind I had a hard time locating the baskets. The course does have interesting water hazards. The new Zip lines running through the course kinda give this course the feel of a carnival. ...
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