Here are all the events remaining on this years ADGTour.
The annual Melbourne Cup is an ADGTour B-Tier, PDGA C-Tier and also serves as the final league day for the Melbourne Disc Golf Club for 2018. All players participating in both rounds and juniors must pre-register here:
The course will be similar to last year with a few modifications, basically an extended and modified version of the league day course, not crazy long, not overly short. Divisions with less than 4 players may not run, if you are in such a division you may be asked to move to another division. Schedule is as follows:
- 8:45am – Registration and Players Meeting
- 9:30am -Round 1 Tee Off (All Divisions)
- 12:30pm – Lunch
- 1:00pm – Round 2 Tee Off (All Divisions except Juniors)
- 4:00pm – Presentations
Fees and Payment
Event fees are as follows. Open Divisions are $35, Juniors $15 and all other divisions $25. League only players who are playing a single round play free (lunch excluded, but purchasable) and non-members pay $5 for a single round. Players paying both rounds must participate in the Melbourne Cup and pay the appropriate event fees.
The Melbourne Cup will be run as a break-even event. All entry fees will be used for event costs (primarily lunch), prizes and payouts. There are two ways to pay your entry fees:
Melbourne Disc Golf Club Website Shop
All Amateur Divisions
Pro Divisions (MPO and FPO)
Name: Melbourne Disc Golf
Please include your name in the transaction description so we can find your payment.
Any questions reach out to Paul Arden at email@example.com
2018 AUSTRALIAN DISC GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS
Get excited, as the 2018 Australian Disc Golf Championships (ADGC) are coming to the Nation’s Capital this coming November! The ADGC will be held in the beautiful Weston Park right in the heart of Canberra. The course is nestled on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin with fantastic views of Black Mountain, The Arboretum, and Capitol Hill. Running from the 23rd to 25th of November, the ADGC will showcase not only the best talent in Australia but also some elite international players. The competition will be held on a 27-hole tournament layout with big open fairways, tight trees, off camber slopes, elevation, water and vegetation hazards, and iconic Canberra views along the lakeshore. The Weston Park course has been developed over the past five years and the park has already hosted the ACT Disc Golf Championships (The Sizzler) in 2017 and 2018 which was presented by the ACT Disc Golf Club. This is one tournament that you do not want to miss out on!
For additional information, please see the event webpage at the following address: