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Apply now for Team USA at the 2024 WFDF World Team Championships

Sunday, February 25, 2024 - 13:38

Nina Guerrero tees off for Team USA during the 2023 WFDF Pan American Team Disc Golf Championships.

Interested in representing the Stars and Stripes on the disc golf course?

Here’s your chance... Down Under.

The fifth edition World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) World Team Disc Golf Championship is coming up later this year in Mundaring, Perth, Australia. For four days, November 6-9, 2024, disc golfers representing countries from around the world will compete in doubles and single match play formats on two 18-hole courses located in the bush and throughout the Mandaring Sporting Club Golf course.

As the official WFDF national association for the United States, the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) has been tasked with filling the Team USA roster which will include MPO, MP40 and FPO divisions.

Detailed Information on the 2024 WTDGC »

Teams will be comprised of six players — three in MPO, two in FPO and one in MP40/FP40, as well as alternates. The PDGA, as the USA national association, will provide the team registration fees and team jerseys. Players will be responsible for their travel costs and lodging. All players must be current PDGA members and must be a minimum of 18 years old, or travel with a parent/guardian. There is no payout for this event.


Team USA at the 2023 WFDF Pan American Team Championships in Augusta, Georgia.

WFDF expects more than 16 countries to be represented and more than 150 athletes to be competing in Mundaring, which is a 45-minute drive east of the city of Perth. The event coincides with the 2024 Aussie Open, which begins November 15.

The 2024 WFDF WTDGC is also a points qualifier for the 2025 World Games in Chengdu, China. Disc golf returns to the World Games as a medal event for the first time in 24 years in 2025. The event is August 7-17, 2025 in China.

Apply for the U.S. Team

Selection of Team USA representatives will be based on PDGA player ratings. The PDGA member(s) with the highest rating for which they apply will be the first players invited to represent Team USA.

The deadline for consideration is Thursday, February 29, 2024.


Just a quick update - there are currently 18 teams registered - and another 11 waiting on confirmation:


Delayed payment option:


OTHER COUNTRIES YET TO COMMIT or still looking for team members:


Countries that are in the qualifying zone for World Games Disc Golf event in Chengdu, China that have not yet expressed interest:

CZE, DEN, IRE, NOR, SLO, SWE, SWI - so if you are from any of these countries then please contact WFDF Events team or myself [-

Charlie Mead
WFDF Chair Disc Golf Committee
[email protected]


Is the PDGA also recruiting for and supporting the teams from the other participating nations who will be sending PDGA members to this event? Is there any financial support being offered to other teams? This seems like an unfair advantage offered to the richest disc golf country at the expense of all PDGA members worldwide.

Dear Rockymountainway; as this is a WFDF event where the countries participating are governed by their own National Associations it is not the responsibility of PDGA to fund any country apart from USA. WFDF works closely with PDGA and all NA's to help all countries that wish to enter WTDGC be able to come - what has surprised us all is that this will be the largest World Team event with 29 teams currently registered - despite it being held in the southern hemisphere for the first time.
If you have any ideas as to how best to improve this situation and help less developed countries attend please let us know. We have 3 slots left as we will cap the event at 32 so an offer of costs at any level may swing it for those final places. Thanks for the comment.

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