Proposals to host a 2018 PDGA Major will be accepted now through October 31, 2016. This includes the PDGA United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship, the PDGA Tim Selinske US Masters Championship, the PDGA Amateur and Junior World Championships, the PDGA Masters World Championships, and the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships.
The Professional Disc Golf Association, founded in 1976, held the first PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships in Los Angeles in 1982. The title of World Champion is still the most coveted in the sport today, with hundreds of the best male and female competitors on the planet attempting to add their name to the list of PDGA Pro World Champions each and every year.
Several years later, the sport had grown to the point where the amateur players heavily outnumbered the professionals, and thus a new championship was created in 1989, the PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships.
PDGA Major Events are the premier national and international competitions for the sport of disc golf each year, featuring the world’s best disc golfers competing for World and National Titles in multiple skill, age, and gender-based divisions. These PDGA marquee events offer any city or town the chance to host an international sporting event in their community, drawing interest and attention to the location, and generating a significant economic impact for local businesses.
The confirmation package for the 2011 PDGA Amateur and Junior Disc Golf World Championships is now ready! The confirmation documents can be found here.
There are currently 323 players registered and we expect a field of 500+ enthusiastic amateurs taking on all that Rochester has to offer. Registration for the event closes on July 15th so please be sure to sign up ASAP at pdgasignup.com.