In the event of conflicting A Tier bids (defined as two events falling within 20 calendar days of each other) the ADG Board will initially consult the bidders and attempt to reach a resolution and failing that, deciding by ADG committee vote. Once the schedule of A Tiers has been finalized, bidding will be opened for B and C Tier events. Please note that these events can be put in the schedule up to 30 days prior to the event.
An official announcement about the tour schedule will be made at this years 2018 ADGC in Canberra.
We also congratulate the Mount Gambier Disc Golf Club in South Australia for their success in securing 2019’s Australian Disc Golf Championships for Crater Lake Disc Golf Park.
The ADG grants program is now in its 4th year. We’ve helped fund community programs, courses and school programs so far; providing that little bit of impetus for initiatives to get off the ground and growing our sport.
Submissions for the 2018 program are now open. If you have an idea that you think will grow the sport in Australia and would benefit from some financial assistance. Fill out one of the attached forms below and email to the ADG board at email@example.com by September 25 2018.
We’re only 6 months out from the 2018 edition of ADGC, hosted in Canberra this November, which means it’s time for 2019 bidding to commence. The ADGC is an event above and beyond other tournaments throughout the year, so please keep in mind the TD requirements found in the Tournament Directors Guide.
Bidding will close on 31st July, 2018 with announcement of successful bid to take place in August.
Your bid should include proposed course location, dates (late November/early December required) and name of non-playing Tournament Director. Please provide as much detail as you can in your bid proposal to assist the ADG board in deciding on the events location.