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Twenty-one PDGA Major champions crowned and countless more memories made at the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships.

A record-setting field from throughout the United States and around the world descended on Cedarock Park in Burlington, North Carolina in Alamance County for the annual event and the action was intense from start to finish.


FJ12 champion MJ Gager and FP40 champion Jennifer Allen. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

Kristin Tattar wrote down that she wanted to win all of the PDGA Majors in 2023.

She would not be denied.

After four rounds at the Regulator course in Burlington, North Carolina, Tattar battled to the top at the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships, becoming the first player in FPO history and second all-time to complete the season grand slam of winning all four PDGA Majors.

Krisitin Tattar weathered the storm on Saturday at the 2023 USWDGC. Photos: Kevin Huver / DGN

The rain was pouring as the FPO field played the third round of the 2023 United State Women’s Disc Golf Championships.

The Regulator course is already tough to begin with, and playing through cold, wet conditions made the course play multiple strokes harder than the day before. After a difficult day and a dramatic finish for the lead card on hole 18, the leaderboard once again has a familiar name sitting on top.

MJ Gager putts during a rainy day at Cedarock Park at the 2023 USWDGC. Photos: Justin Anderson / PDGA

An added challenge contributed to the Moving Day pressure on Saturday at the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship.

Steady rain and wind hit the Burlington, North Carolina are throughout most of the day.

It didn’t slow down the action at all as the competitors powered through.



Brook Johnson throws during Round 2 of the 2023 USWDGC. Photos: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

Seven divisions will enter the weekend with new leaders at the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships.

There’s plenty of disc golf left to settle things in Burlington, North Carolina.

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Leaderboards were frequently changing during Friday’s round from top to bottom.

Rebecca Cox tees of during Round 2 of the 2023 USWDGC. Photos: Justin Anderson / PDGA

Armed with the knowledge of playing a new course on Day 1, the FPO field returned to the Regulator course at Cedarock Park for Round 2 of the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships.

The course continued to play difficult as the whole field averaged almost an entire stroke higher than the day before and all but two holes averaged over par. After a long season and in the midst of a streak of playoffs and PDGA Majors, players will have to dig deep in the second half to stay focused on the final PDGA Major of the year.

Henna Blomroos is one of three co-leaders after Round 1 of the 2023 USWDGC. Photos: Kevin Huver / DGN

The FPO field made their way through the woods of the Regulator course in the opening round of the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships.

Playing on a new course with the added pressure of the final PDGA Major of the year, this was a great opportunity for players to prove how well they can score and set the bar for the next three rounds. Overall, the Regulator course proved difficult as the course averaged 4.53 strokes over par and every player took at least one bogey.

Des Reading started strong on Thursday at the 2023 USWDGC. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA

Things are off to a fast and furious start at the 2023 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships in Burlington, North Carolina.

And the race is on as fifteen of the 21 divisions are separated at the top by less than three strokes after the first of four rounds at the PDGA Major, which features a record-breaking 340 competitors.

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Event Info


A record 340 players have arrived and are ready to compete in Burlington, North Carolina at the 2023 United States Women's Disc Golf Championships.

Every player from all 24 divisions — from FJ10 to FA75 to FPO — is set for the four-round event over three courses, all at Cedarock Park, a 500-acre complex in southern Alamance County.


2023 USWDGC player's dinner and meeting. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA

Up next on the 2023 PDGA Major calendar: the United States Women's Disc Golf Championship.

Nearly 350 players over 24 divisions are currently registered to compete beginning Thursday, September 21 in Burlington, North Carolina.




The goal of cap adjustments is to get as many players as possible competing in the division they are registered to compete in.


July 5th – Cap Adjustment, If necessary.

July 19 – Cap Adjustment, if necessary.

August 8th – Official Player ratings for FA1, FA2, FA3 and FA4 are finalized. Cap adjustments due to division changes are possible here and will occur if necessary.

September 1 – Cap adjustment, if necessary.

September 11 – cap adjustment, if necessary

September 15 – Players with division sizes of less than three will be moved to another division they are eligible for. Also, a final cap adjustment, if necessary. No more adjustments will be made.

Player Packs

  • Player Packs will be given ONLY to those registered players who are personally present at USWDGC check-in.
  • Player packs may NOT be picked up by someone for someone else.
  • At no time will a withdrawal or no-show receive a player’s pack, all refunds are cash only.

Withdrawal and Refund Schedule

  • For official withdrawals from either the registered list or the waitlist, players MUST use the “Request a Refund” link in their registration confirmation email or the “withdraw/refund” link found on their player profile on Disc Golf Scene. Registrants who have lost their confirmation email may request a new one from the PDGA Event Support Team.

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