Flagler County Horseshoe Pitching Club

Welcome to the

Contact Us



Joe Norton -  joe1029@cfl.rr.com or 201-213-4677

Al Meyer - meyerae@aol.com or (386)586-2501

Tuesday & Thursday

Old Dixie Community Park

10:00 am to 12:00 pm 

Pizza Day is the first Tuesday!

​directions on Contact Page

Thank you to our Sponsor!

Tournament entries wil be accepted by calling Lori Shafer @

{386} 983-2407 or  cherokee181@yahoo.com

or All Meyer @(386)793-0661 meyerae@aol.com

The Flagler County Horseshoe Pitching Club and Courts are located in the Old Dixie Community Park - 15 minutes north of Daytona Beach just off I-95, exit 278. The address is 1250 South Old Dixie Hwy, Bunnell, FL. 32110.

We have 18, first class, Kentucky Blue Clay courts that were constructed in April 2012. All 18 courts are covered and lighted.

The courts support local club leagues and statewide tournaments used by both club members and non-members, and is open to the general public for anyone who wishes to play or practice.

The 2020-2021 Season is Here!  Below are the Flagler County Horseshoe Tournaments.   Please adhere to the Covid19 rules listed below.

Good Luck to all. 

The Closed State Tournament will be held in Brevard on April 14 - 21
All Tournaments can be found on the State Website

The following is the protocol for the conduct of our Tournaments for the 2020/2021 season which adhere to the guidelines of the CDC.

1. Everyone entering the Horseshoe venue will be required to check in at the check in window where they will have their temp. checked and given a wrist band to signify they have been checked.
2. Everyone, including spectators will be re quired to wear a mask at all times .
3. Pitchers and scorekeepers will not be required to wear masks while pitching but will maintain social distancing as much as possible.
4. Persons will be asked  not to congregate in group of more than 6 to a group.
5. Groups will be asked to maintain least 10’ apart .

Only authorized personnel actively involved in the operation of the tournament will be allowed in the building