Australian Disc Golf is pleased to announce that the inaugural grants program is now open for submissions.
The grants are to provide financial assistance for activities that grow the sport of disc golf in Australia.
Details of the program and the application form can be found at:
Submissions close 24th August 2015.
Recipients will be announced by the board in September.
For more information contact Martin Ryland-Adair
Registration is now open for invited players from International countries (NOT Canada or USA) for both the 2015 Pro Worlds in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the 2015 Amateur & Junior Worlds in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
There is a two week registration window for international players, starting from 20 April 2015. Advise signing up as soon as possible because these events are expected to fill very quickly once registration for USA players begins in early May.
In order to register players must be on the Invitation lists as found here:
You can also find the invitation packages and event information here:
Also, all players MUST be a 2015 current PDGA member as well as a certified official through the last date of the event in order to be able to register.
Note – a player who is hoping to attend but who is not sure they will be able to should sign up now and then withdraw before the deadline in order to receive a refund of their entry fee. That way their place in the event will be secure.
You will notice a few changes to the ADG Tour this year and we wanted to let you know what they’re all about.
If you are planning to host or compete in any ADG Tour event or PDGA sanctioned event in Australia in 2015, it’s important that you understand these changes. The key changes are outlined below. Continue reading