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2020 PDGA National Tour

2020 PDGA National Tour

Jonathan Gomez of JomezPro films at the 2019 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships in Peoria, Illinois. The highly regarded media company will be on the MPO lead card at every PDGA National Tour event in 2020. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

As disc golf video coverage has continued to ascend, one production team has been at the forefront of pushing the envelope. That company will now be the official MPO lead card provider of the 2020 PDGA National Tour.

Keenan Dalton (center) and Wing Ko (right) of Central Coast Disc Golf at the 2019 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships in Peoria, Illinois. The media team will cover the Open Women's lead card for the PDGA National Tour and United States Women's Disc Golf Championship in 2020. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Derek Scull of Gatekeeper Media (left) stands alongside Matt Bell during the final round of the 2019 Delaware Disc Golf Challenge. Gatekeeper will cover the 2020 PDGA National Tour as the official chase card provider. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

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.

Harper Thompson tees off at the Music City Open. The Nashville, Tennessee, tournament will close the 2020 PDGA National Tour season. Photo: David August Stebbins

It’s never too early to plan ahead.

Even as the world’s top disc golfers are on the home stretch of the 2019 season, they can now take an opportunity to fix their gaze on 2020, as the PDGA National Tour is set for its 18th running. Six of the United States’ best events once again comprise the bedrock of the PDGA Elite Series, with the circuit starting in March and running through September.