The Dragan Disc Golf Classic is entering its twenty-second year, and thanks to the addition of a second course to the Dragan Field property last year, event capacity is larger than ever.  As a result, some traditions have had to change and new traditions have been born.

One such change, brought on by COVID-19 restrictions two years ago and kept in place for this year’s event, is splitting the tournament over two days.  Saturday will see all amateur divisions except MA1 compete.  Sunday will feature MA1 and all pro divisions.  EVERYONE will be playing a round on each course.

Due to new PDGA competition rules, active PDGA membership is now required to register for B-tier events like DDGC.  Memberships can be purchased/renewed in advance of registering by clicking here. As ever with B-tier events, the pro purse for the DDGC will have a minimum of $750 added, with the possibility of more added depending on sponsorship.

NEWS AND UPDATES:

  • Waitlist information - Registration opened this morning and Sunday’s field is already full.  So it seems an appropriate time to address the waitlist and how it works. The waitlist will require a $5 down payment.  For players who get into the tournament, the $5 will be applied to their entry fee when they pay it.  If there are … Continue reading Waitlist information
  • Registration dates - We’ve added a new wrinkle to our registration procedure: early registration for sponsors.  Limited to 18 spots per tournament day (36 total spots), players will be allowed to register a week early by paying a $20 tee sponsorship in addition to their entry fee.  When those 36 spots go, there won’t be any more available … Continue reading Registration dates
  • PDGA Membership - For 2022, the PDGA has changed its competition guidelines so that active PDGA membership is required to play in B-tier events.  As such, membership will be required to register and participate in this year’s Dragan Disc Golf Classic. Because of this, RedHawk Disc Golf and Dragan Field would like to sponsor one player’s PDGA membership … Continue reading PDGA Membership
  • Player Program/Caddy Notes - The Player Program with course notes is now posted.  It remains subject to edit until Tuesday, June 1, at which point it will be emailed to all registered players in preparation for the tournament. One significant note to observe is the two tee pads on Talon hole 17.  Saturday’s players will be playing the (original) … Continue reading Player Program/Caddy Notes

Total player capacity is 216 players with up to 108 players competing each day. Recent DDGCs have sold out well in advance, often in less than a day. Mark your calendars, monitor this site, and watch our social media so you do not miss your chance to sign up and play the longest running PDGA event in the state of Maine.

Online (SATURDAY or SUNDAY) and mail-in registration opens on March 1, 2022.