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2020 PDGA Majors

2020 PDGA Majors

Event Info

  • Date: 28-31 May, 2020
  • Location: Columbia, Missouri, United States
  • Tournament Director: Joe Douglass
  • Assistant Tournament Director: Jack Lowe
  • Phone573-529-1229

Event Info

  • Date: 13-Jun to 20-Jun-2019
  • Location: Ogden, Utah, USA
  • Tournament Director: Jade Sewell
  • Asst. Tournament Director: Robert Bullen

Event Info

  • Date: 22-May to 24-May-2020
  • Location: Orangevale, CA
  • Tournament Director: Jenny Knisley
  • Phone: 916-987-3472

The Czech Republic returns to the A-Tier schedule in 2020 as host of the European Disc Golf Championships. Photo: Eino Ansio 

The schedule for the 2020 PDGA A-Tiers is now available, along with the 2020 PDGA Tour Standards that will go into effect on January 1, 2020.

PDGA state and provincial coordinators may now start accepting requests for approval of dates for 2020 B-Tier and C-Tier events.

The PDGA Board of Directors, in cooperation with PDGA staff, is excited to announce that a new doubles-based PDGA Major is being explored, with the potential inaugural event to be held in 2022. The concept and format for the event will be developed by the PDGA Majors/NT Committee for PDGA Board of Directors approval. The focus of the committee is to develop a new, wide-reaching doubles competition that will be accessible to multiple divisions representing a large cross-section of the PDGA membership. While this event is in its developmental stage, the PDGA will not be sanctioning a stand-alone doubles Major in 2020 or 2021. 

The Wasatch Mountains in Ogden, Utah, will provide the backdrop for the 2020 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship.Photo: Mulligan's Creekside Disc Golf Center

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.

2020

Date Event Competitors Location
Apr 1-4 College Disc Golf National Championships 300+ Rock Hill, South Carolina
May 22-24 United States Women's Disc Golf Championships 150+ Orangevale, Rocklin, Auburn, California
May 28-31 Tim Selinske United States Masters Disc Golf Championships 200-300 Columbia, Missouri
Jun 5-7