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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 until open registration starts on Tuesday, March 1.  So mark your calendars and set your alarms.

Early registration for sponsors opens 8am on Tuesday, February 22.

Open registration for all players opens 8am on Tuesday, March 1.

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 for 2022. The only requirement is that the player has never been a PDGA member before. So if you want to play this year’s tournament and do not have a PDGA number, contact us before February 26.  On February 27, we will select one person from those that submitted their name and sign them up with the PDGA in time to enter DDGC22 when registration opens on March 1.

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) short tee.  Sunday’s players will be playing the (new) long tee.

Read up and make sure to ask for clarifications of anything that isn’t clear prior to the tournament.

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 course).  Failure to read the program is not an excuse for not knowing the rules and misplaying a hole.

Find the document HERE.