The Dragan Disc Golf Classic is in its twenty-first year, and thanks to the addition of a second course on 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 last year 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.
As a PDGA B-tier event, the pro purse will have a minimum of $750 added, with the possibility of more added depending on sponsorship.
NEWS AND UPDATES:
- 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
- Expanded capacity - With the state lifting all COVID related restrictions for events, we’re expanding the field for both days from 96 (chosen to keep the total under the mandated 100) to 108 total players. In order to do this, we have divided each day into two pools of 54 and placed divisions in those pools in a … Continue reading Expanded capacity
- 2021 Registration opens March 1 - DDGC21 registration opens on Monday, March 1 at 8am. Online registration can be found at DiscGolfScene.com. There is a separate registration page for each day (SATURDAY or SUNDAY). Players may only play on one of the two days. This event always fills quickly, so set your reminders as needed to be ready to go at … Continue reading 2021 Registration opens March 1
- Player Program / Caddy Notes now available - The digital version of the player program and caddy notes is now published for DDGC20. Players should read through the document before tournament day to can ask questions and get clarifications before play begins. Players are responsible for knowing and following the rules laid out in the program (as well as all PDGA rules, of … Continue reading Player Program / Caddy Notes now available
Total player capacity, for now, is 192 players with 96 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.