PDGA News

  • PDGA Radio Returns February 20, 2018
    After nearly eight years in hibernation PDGA Radio is back – this time in podcast form.Image: 
    Steve Hill
  • Local Limelight: Las Vegas February 20, 2018
    Steve Berger has called Sin City home for 19 years. Photo: Ranger PetersonImage: 
    Steve Hill
  • Eight to Watch in ‘18 February 19, 2018
    21-year-old Rebecca Cox is embarking on her second full season of touring. Photo: PDGAImage: 
    Steve Hill
  • Flying Finn Crowned Emperor of Ethiopian Open February 19, 2018
    Open division champion Tapani Aulu of Finland being interviewed Ethiopian National TV.Image: 
    Brian Hoeniger
  • Introducing the PDGA Directors Poll February 16, 2018
    Two-time PDGA World Champion headlines our inaugural Directors Poll. Photo: Stu Mullenberg College football has the AP Coaches Poll, where the minds behind the top programs in the country rank each team after every Saturday showdown.Image: 
    Steve Hill
  • Ethiopian Open Marks Africa's First PDGA Tour Event February 15, 2018
    John Luetzow (left) and Johannes Desalegn prepare for the Ethiopian Open. Courtesy photo Tenastillign! (“Greetings!” in Amharic)Image: 
    Brian Hoeniger
  • Now Hiring: PDGA Marketing Manager February 13, 2018
    Disc golf’s continued growth hasn’t been a surprise to those who play the sport. Between its low start-up costs, ageless appeal, and the simple allure of watching a disc in flight, it’s an activity that unites communities and connects participants with nature.Image: 
    Steve Hill
  • National Tour Bonus Rewarding More Players in 2018 February 8, 2018
    Lisa Fajkus finished in sixth place on the 2017 National Tour. Photo: Matt Gregoire / PDGAImage: 
    Steve Hill
  • Fifth Round Added to Pro Worlds for 2018 and Beyond February 6, 2018
    Paige Pierce putts at Smugglers' Notch Resort during the 2017 Green Mountain Championship. Photo: Alyssa Van LanenImage: 
    Steve Hill
  • Locastro Comes Back for Samui Swine Classic Victory February 4, 2018
    Nikko Locastro brought his A game to the final 27 holes of the Samui Swine Classic V on Saturday, shooting Thai spicy disc golf to outdistance his American rivals and grab the winner’s ฿30,000 ($950) share of the ฿173,500 ($5,500) purse.Image: 
    Brian Hoeniger
  • Pierce, Barsby Extend Leads in Thailand February 3, 2018
    Gregg Barsby is up five after Friday's second round on the island of Koh Som. Photo: Alyssa Van LanenImage: 
    Brian Hoeniger
  • Pierce, Barsby Start Hot in Thailand February 2, 2018
    Photo by Alyssa Van Lanen.Image: 
    Brian Hoeniger