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Hosts Sought for All 2020 PDGA Majors

Ricky Wysocki celebrates his 2017 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship. Photo: The Flight Record

Proposals to host a 2020 PDGA Major will be accepted from July 2 through November 1, 2018. This includes the PDGA United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship, the PDGA Tim Selinske US Masters Championship, the PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships, the PDGA Masters Disc Golf World Championships, and the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships.

By awarding the bid to host these events by the end of 2018, the eventual Hosts will be provided ample time to ensure a high-quality experience for all PDGA Major Event competitors, supporters, and spectators. The PDGA will continue with this timeline moving forward.

For each of its World Championships, the PDGA seeks hosts and encourages bids from around the world. An experienced disc golf club; nonprofit businesses; an individual working in conjunction with a community sports commission or visitors bureau; and/or facilities owner can submit a bid to host an event, or a combination thereof. US National Championships must be contested within the United States. All bids are reviewed by the PDGA Staff and Board of Directors, and a host is selected based upon the experience with running a large sanctioned disc golf event; contents of the bid; suitable facilities; proximity of courses/venues to each other; as well as various other requirements. The 2020 PDGA Majors Bid Packages and the official press release can be viewed and/or downloaded from the documents section at the bottom of the PDGA Major Events page.

We want to thank the many dedicated volunteers, tournament directors, event sponsors, City hosts, and everyone involved in making these events possible, and look forward to the future of these great PDGA Major Championships!

Bid Documents

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