The Disc Golf Pro Tour is now in the middle of its third year. As the Disc Golf Pro Tour continues to grow, many events, venues, and
TDs are reaching out to see if they would be a good fit for a Pro Tour stop. In an effort to help better define to everyone what the Pro Tour brings to the table and what is asked of the events, below are some broad strokes as to what we do for each DGPT event and what we ask of each event.
The Disc Golf Pro Tour
The first four DGPT responsibilities (Video, Social, Articles, Podcasts) primarily focus on promotion of the event and sport. The Stats, Course Assets, and Standards help the professionalism of the event, while the Festival helps to give spectators an additional reason to come watch (and to bring their friends).
Leading and hosting a Disc Golf Pro Tour event is no easy task. It is a labor of love that requires many hands and months of planning. Events are in charge of Administration, Tournament Staff, Course Maintenance, Course Assets, Caddy & Spectator Books, Registration, Local Promotion, and Fundraising. You can read about each in detail below:
2019 Test Event Application
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.