Tuscawilla Park

Daytona Beach, Florida     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Nicholas "LUSH" Somppi › September 8, 2012
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
-  +0 votes  + Matt The Hyzer Soze Costarell › December 3, 2010
Awsome course great challange and great fun....
-  +0 votes  + Craig Dickerson › December 24, 2010
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
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
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
-  +0 votes  + dan carrigan › January 6, 2012
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
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
-  +0 votes  + Grant Montgomery › May 18, 2013
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
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
-  +0 votes  + James Womble › December 22, 2013
-  +0 votes  + william mccauely › January 20, 2014
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