Annual General Meeting

The meeting Minutes for the 2013 AGM are now available.

AGM 2013 Minutes


For the attention of members of Australian Disc Golf (inc).

The ADG Annual General Meeting will be held on 15th November 2013 in Brisbane.

Venue: Pig and Whistle, Brisbane. (Street address tbc).
Meeting start: 7pm

The meeting will follow the Australian Doubles Championships. The starting time is currently set for 7pm, however this may be brought forward to 6pm dependent on the actual finishing time of the doubles event. Any change will be announced on the day.

At the meeting we will be electing the following positions:

  • President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • State representatives

As per the ADG Rules of Association, written nominations for the above positions must be received by the Secretary of Australian Disc Golf (inc) by Friday 1st Nov at the following email address or postal address 38 Barton St, Mayfield, NSW 2304.

Can’t make the AGM? – vote by proxy

If you are unable to attend the meeting and would still like to have your vote counted you may appoint a proxy. The form to do this can be downloaded from the link below. Once the form is completed, either email it to or post to 38 Barton St, Mayfield, NSW 2304 by Friday 8th November.
Alternatively, arrange for someone to take the proxy vote form to the AGM.

Following the official parts of the meeting the floor will be open for general discussion.

One item to be discussed is a proposal to move to using the AFDA membership database and therefore AFDA numbers, replacing ADG numbers. A copy of the proposal is below. If you have an opinion on this that you would like aired please contact me or your state representative.

If you would like an item added to the agenda please send me an email.

If you have any questions or require a copy of the ADG Rules of Association or the ADG Financial Statements for the year ended 31st August 2013 please send me an email. Please note all inquiries of this nature must be sent prior to Friday 8th November.

Emilie Cameron
Secretary ADG

ADG membership number merge with AFDA Proposal (From Jamie, president of the AFDA):

That the Australian Disc Golf membership details are brought into the AFDA database and that participants in ADG events only have one membership, being an AFDA number, to participate in events in Australia.

The AFDA is the peak body for all flying disc related sports and as such, the AFDA and ADG have a current memorandum of understanding which allows ADG to operate independently under the banner of the AFDA. Currently members of the AFDA are allowed to participate in ADG events and ADG members are able to participate in Ultimate events, but this is a reciprocal membership and participants in both have two different numbers. There will need to be some edits to the current AFDA database to include specific data from ADG for participants.

This will streamline the process for participants who regularly participate in both flying disc modes. It will also give a true reflection of member numbers in flying disc sports, not just those who participate regularly in Ultimate.