PDGA International Program

Traditionally focused on the USA and Canada, PDGA activity in other countries has been growing exponentially since 2005, when the International Program was introduced. The International Program is strengthening and supporting the growth of disc golf and the PDGA brand in 20+ affiliated countries in Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Today there are more than 2300 PDGA international members and 300+ Tour events in Europe, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Australia, and New Zealand. Elsewhere, in Latin America & the Caribbean, the Middle East, South Africa, China, and other corners of the globe where disc golf is beginning to take flight, the PDGA serves as a resource base for building the game at the grassroots level, and offers funding support through the Marco Polo Program which was launched in 2012.

Beyond providing sanctioned PDGA Tour events and the benefits of membership, the International Program fosters the globalization of the Rules, competition formats, and other standards, all with the aim of increasing international play. Key informational documents, including the Rules of Play, are being translated into and published in other languages. This program is steered by the International Director and by the PDGA Europe and Asia/Oceania Country Representatives, as appointed by each participating country’s national disc sports or disc golf governing body.

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World Flying Disc Federation