Scheduling a tour is no small feat. Scheduling it while working with two other groups makes it even tougher. Having said that, it has been a joy to work with
Andrew “Big Dog” Sweeton of the PDGA on the Pro Tour and National Tour schedules, making them work together as much as possible, and creating a geographically sensible tour. Thank you Andrew and the PDGA for helping to make this process as pain free as possible. We look forward to many more fruitful outcomes.
The Disc Golf Pro Tour is proud to announce our slate of fantastic venues for 2018. We again start the season at The Memorial Championship presented by Discraft. It has been the unofficial start to the disc golf season for decades and we are proud to have Keith and Dan kick off the tour with our first stop.
After a small break, we start up the West Coast swing with the San Francisco Open. This is one of the disc golf meccas of the West Coast and TD Sean Jack is ready to thrill us with the inaugural SF Open. His ties to the community as well as the disc golf community promise to make this a stop no one will want to miss. This is one stop that I am especially excited to see.
We then travel to the MidWest for a trifecta of events: Discraft’s Great Lakes Open, Idlewild Open, Ledgestone Open. DGLO is one of our sport’s most storied events. After 35 years it has been one of the most revered events (6x NT). It will be fun learning the answer to the trivia question: Who has the most DGLO titles. In 2018, a new chapter in DGLO history begins as the Pro Tour comes to The Toboggan.
The Tour Championship date and location will be announced in early 2018. We’ve got to keep it interesting! We would love to know what you think of the 2018 schedule and what courses, events, and towns we should come visit in 2019.
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