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2019 PDGA Majors

2019 PDGA Majors

eo19_header_dt.pngRegistration for the 2019 European Open, a PDGA Major event taking place from July 18-21 in Nokia, Finland, is now open! 

All registration periods begin at 18:00 EET (6:00 p.m. EST) on the dates listed. Registration requires a free account with Disc Golf Metrix and a separate payment through the Innova Champion Europe online store. Find more information about the full registration procedure at the link below.

As the PDGA remains focused on providing first-class tournament opportunities to our membership, we consistently review feedback from our players, TDs, volunteers, and staff upon completion of our PDGA Major events. After holding the first stand-alone PDGA Junior Disc Golf World Championship in 2018, we observed and received feedback about our youngest age divisions, MJ6 and FJ6, that indicates that a Major tournament environment is not the ideal setting for this age group.

The schedule for the 2019 PDGA Majors, National Tour, DGPT, and A-Tiers is now available, along with the 2019 PDGA Tour Standards that will go into effect on January 1, 2019.

PDGA state and provincial coordinators may now start accepting requests for approval of dates for 2019 B-Tier and C-Tier events.

The 2019 PDGA Event Sanctioning Form is now enabled, so tournament directors for pre-approved 2019 A-Tiers and State/Prov Coordinator-approved 2019 B & C-Tiers, may now submit their sanctioning.

The schedule for the 2019 PDGA Majors (10 domestic, 1 international), 2019 PDGA National Tour events (6), and 2019 Disc Golf Pro Tour events (11) is now complete and is published below along with several other notable events for reference. 

Cover image by Alyssa Van Lanen

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.

Time is running out! Proposals to host one of the five available PDGA Major Disc Golf Events in 2019 will only be accepted until November 1, 2017. The events up for grabs are as follows: