Since it opened, Dragan Field has played host to a number of tournaments and leagues. Many have become long time annual traditions.
Below is the full 2019 Schedule
Held on Monday evenings when daylight warrants and Sunday mornings during winter, the format is random draw doubles. The first 12 weeks of Monday night doubles are used as a points series in which the winner earns free entry to the Dragan Disc Golf Classic.
Frostbite Doubles – February 2, 2019
Traditionally held late January or early February, a best-shot doubles tournament first played in 2004.
Ice Doubles – March 3, 2019
Traditionally held late February or early March, a best-shot doubles tournament first played in 2011
Jokers Wild Doubles – March 31, 2019
Traditionally held in late March or early April, a two round doubles tournament in which the first round (the Joker round) plays six different formats (3 holes of each) and the second round is played in the best shot format. This tournament was first played in 2017.
Dragan Disc Golf Classic – June 1, 2019
The crown jewel and longest running tournament at Dragan Field, dating back to 2001. Also the longest running PDGA tournament in Maine. Routinely maxes out capacity, draws players from all over the country, and has World and National champions among its victors.
The GreenHorn Tournaments – July 20, 2019 (singles) & August 4, 2019 (doubles)
Beginner-oriented tournaments aimed at introducing players to competitive play and teaching the rules and procedures of tournament disc golf. The singles tournament is typically held in late July and the doubles tournament is typically held in early August. Since 2014, the singles tournament has been held in conjunction with the Trilogy Challenge (open to all).
Maine Disc Golf Tour – July 27, 2019
Annual stop by the Maine Disc Golf Tour, an independently run tour that travels throughout Maine each summer. The date varies but so far has been held in late July each year.
Next Generation Tour “Exclusive” Event – September 1, 2019
An amateur only PDGA C-tier that is also a qualifying event for the Next Generation Tour. All amateurs are welcome to play, and all participants earn points toward qualifying for the Next Gen Championship (in addition to normal PDGA points/ratings). All player packs and prizes supplied by Infinite Discs.
Thorndike Memorial – November 3, 2019
Annual charity oriented singles tournament traditionally played on the first Sunday in November dates back to 2003. Since 2011, the tournament has been sanctioned as a PDGA C-tier.
Santa’s Doubles – TBD
Christmas themed tournament that dates back in various formats to 2004. The current format involves one round of best shot doubles and a second round called “Santa’s Grab Bag” in which the format is drawn from Santa’s hat just before the round begins.