City of Clermont's Champions Pointe Disc Golf Course
Champions Pointe Disc Golf Course was rated No. 90 by disc golfers on the app UDisc. The company released the 2021 list today on its blog, Release Point. UDisc’s directory includes over 11,000 disc golf courses with over 2 million ratings from disc golfers.
“This recognition is another exciting honor for the Choice of Champions,” Interim City Manager Susan Dauderis said. “We thank everyone who rated our picturesque disc golf course so highly. It’s a unique amenity that we are happy to offer to residents and visitors alike.”
Clermont’s course was the only course in central Florida to make the list, and one of just three courses in the state. (A course in Tallahassee ranked 61 and a course in Jacksonville ranked 95.) Clermont’s course received a grade of 91.17 out of 100 based on 1,018 ratings on UDisc.
“Champions Pointe is one of the longest, most beautiful and well-maintained courses in Florida,” City of Clermont Parks and Recreation Director Scott Davidoff said. “I would encourage everyone from beginners to experts to enjoy this amazing facility.”


The city’s 18-hole course opened in 2016 at 450 N. Lake Minneola Shores, inside Lake Hiawatha Preserve, a 220-acre park with an abundance of oak trees and containing several walking paths around the course’s perimeter.
“I’d give this place more than 5 stars if I could, nicest course I’ve ever played, the scenery was awesome,” disc golfer coleyb wrote Feb. 4 in his 5-star review on UDisc. “The signage and tee boxes were perfect. Some super long par 5’s and even some fun and tight par 3’s on the back. Definitely, be coming back!”
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