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The PDGA is continuing its initiative this year to increase women’s participation in disc golf events while raising money for an extremely important cause, the fight against breast cancer. During the month of October, the PDGA pledges to donate two dollars to the Young Survival Coalition for every female that plays in a PDGA sanctioned event.

The 2014 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship has officially come to an end and we can’t express in words how delighted we were to have been the gracious hosts of the event here at the International Disc Golf Center, as 99 women from 41 states made the journey to the IDGC to compete. After several weeks of intense preparation, we’re very proud to say that the event went off without a hitch. As an added bonus, we were blessed with the presence of Mom and Old Man Wallis all weekend, both of which came down to the IDGC all the way from Peoria, IL to run their eighth successful USWDGC.

Two rounds at the International Disc Golf Center is a long day, always. It doesn’t matter what course(s) or which layouts you choose. At the 2014 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship today, both the “Steady” Ed Memorial DGC and the Jim Warner Memorial DGC were played by the 11-division field. Both courses feature elevation changes, water hazards, doglegs, blind tee shots, and a seemingly infinite amount of trees lining the fairways and the greens. Exhausting…sure. Luckily, the beauty and complexity they provide to the competitors makes it easy for them to forget just how tired they might be.

The 2014 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship kicked off today with a single round at the International Disc Golf Center (IDGC). Volunteer legends Mom and Old Man Wallis are running the event with help from the PDGA staff and things went off without a hitch. Mom and Old Man successfully ran the USWDGC for seven years…in a row. They probably don’t need our help, but we offer it anyway out of respect.

It’s hard to believe that it’s already the latter half of September. The National Tour is done for the year, both the Amateur and Professional World Championships have come and gone, and with each passing day there is less and less sunlight available for us all to be outside throwing discs. But don’t let that get you down. There’s still plenty of exciting disc golf coming up this year, with one of the most anticipated events starting in less than 48 hours!

Registration is officially open for the 2014 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship! This year the tournament will be held at the International Disc Golf Center in Appling, GA and it’s once again expected to be the biggest turnout the event has ever seen. Regardless of age, gender, or skill level, the three courses at the IDGC that the women will be taking on between September 19th and September 21st can only be described as world class and intensely difficult.

Wow. What a weekend. 1100+ disc golfing women of the world united for the same cause, the same tournament, the same day (or two) of fun. Days later, after receiving the results from a large majority of the tournaments involved, we are happy to unofficially announce the overall winner of the 2014 PDGA Women’s Global Event (WGE). Two days of heated battle ensued between Catrina Allen #44184 and Valerie Jenkins #17495, both of which happened to be playing at the Daisy Chains Women’s Tournament in Watsonville, CA. 

Two years ago, the PDGA created and hosted one of the most important new events for the sport of disc golf, the Women’s Global Event. It took months and months of planning, but when it was all said and done it was deemed a huge success. 636 women from 24 states in the USA joined forces with women in Norway, Finland, and Australia to compete in what we now consider one of our most cherished events.

In honor of the upcoming 2014 PDGA Women’s Global Event (WGE), we wanted to cover what is and always has been one of the most successful women-only disc golf events in the country, the Texas Women’s Championship. The WGE already has 1000+ registered women playing in 60+ events all over the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Japan.

Two months to go and we've already broken the records from 2012. We now have 630 women registered for 52 events spanning 28 states and 7 countries, and it's still growing!

Although the 600 available player’s packages have been reserved, it is not too late to participate in the event. Please visit our 2014 PDGA Women's Global Event page for information on how it works, how to sign up, how to register your event, and more. You may also contact the WGE tournament director, Karolyn O’Cull at [email protected] with any questions.