Disc Golf Pro Tour Match Play Championship

June 17 - June 19

Bailey, CO


The 2022 DGPT Match Play Championship presented by Discmania will take place in Bailey Colorado from June 17th – 19th at the Bailey Disc Golf Course. Sixteen players from each division are invited with Elite Series winners automatically qualifying and all remaining spots awarded based on points standings*. If players are unable to attend, they are replaced with the next highest player in the DGPT points standings. 

Prize Purse 

The prize purse is subject to change but will meet the minimum amounts listed below. 

Champions – $10,000

Second Place Finishers – $5000

Final Four – $2,500

Appearance for Group Play – $1,000


This year players will begin competition with “pool play.” Each competitor will play the other three members of their four-person pool over the course of Friday and Saturday. Each match will be a maximum of 12 holes long. Players earn three points for a win and one point for a tie. In the case of a tie, the first tie breaker will be hole differential** and the second tie breaker will be seed. 

Pool Play Groupings

(pool play match-ups can be referenced here)


The winner of each pool will advance to the final four. The final four will then continue with standard match play – the lowest remaining seed playing the highest remaining seed. The losers of the final four matchups will be eliminated and the final two players will compete for the Championship. 

The Disc Golf Network will broadcast at the following times:

Friday – June 17th 

  • 8:30 AM MT – FPO pool play match #1
  • 12:30 PM MT – MPO pool play match #1
  • 4:30 PM MT – FPO pool play match #2

Saturday – June 18th 

  • 8:30 AM MT – MPO pool play match #2
  • 12:30 PM MT – FPO pool play match #3
  • 4:30 PM MT – MPO pool play match #3

Sunday – June 19th

  • 9:00 AM MT – MPO and FPO final four 
  • 1:00 PM MT – Championship matches

* After the pools are finalized, any last minute player drops will result in replacements slotting into the seeding position of the player who has dropped. In other words, no re-seeding will be initiated based on last minute changes to the player pool.

** Hole Differential – If a player wins a match before hole 12, they get a positive hole differential of the number of holes remaining when they win the match. If a player loses before hole 12, they get a negative hole differential of the same metric.

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