The Pro Tour Championship is the culmination of a season long battle for supremacy. Between pride, the ring, and over $40k on the line, the Tour Championship is destined to be one of the most thrilling events our sport has ever seen. Let’s take a tour of how the event will work and why it is setup like it is.
The 2016 Pro Tour is being held at some of the most prestigious courses in disc golf. With the exception of the Ledgestone Open, which touts two highly rated public courses in Peoria, every event is being played on private courses that are independently rated as among the top 20 courses in the world.
“Put the coffee down. Coffee is for closers.”
If you cash on the Pro Tour, you are a special breed of discer. You are someone who has put themselves out there to succeed – or fail – at our sport’s premier events.
Every commitment whether great or small starts with the same two words, I’ll try.
Thank you for the great feedback on the How Many Rounds discussion. We are going to let it keep percolating (notice the link in the first sentence to help drive more people to the conversation :-) The discussion naturally flows to how many courses should a Pro Tour event be played on?Let’s run through it.
Over the next few years, one of the goals of the Pro Tour will be to make the top tier of our sport more consistent and more fun to watch. Knowing when events will be on, knowing the format of the events, and trusting that the coverage will be good will, in and of themselves, increase the number of spectators. One aspect of this is the number of rounds that events will be played.
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