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INFO AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Please note that all info is subject to change.
Are there any divisions? For example Masters?
 
There is only one division: Amateur. No age or gender protected divisions are offered. You have to play in the MA1 PDGA division in a qualifier or have a high enough amateur Player Rating to be eligible to qualify. That means if you are a woman of "master's" age, you still have to play in the MA1 division of a qualifier or have a high enough player rating to qualify. Rule 804.08 of the PDGA rules of play states, "...Female players may compete in male divisions if they choose...". The reasoning behind this is that if you are good enough to be playing for the U.S. Amateur title, you are good enough to play in the toughest Amateur division to qualify.
 
I qualified, but I still might not get in?
 
There is a possibility that even if you qualify, you may not get into the tournament. The reason is we have X number of qualifying events but the USADGC field is limited to 148 players. Last year we invited close to 500 players and the event filled a month early. Invitations will be sent out in groups based on the dates and published results of the qualifying events. What this boils down to is the sooner you qualify the sooner you will receive your invite that will allow you to register for the United States Amateur Disc Golf Championship.
 
If someone has already qualified, do you take the next person in line?
 
In past years, the answer would have been yes. However, this policy has been changed to maintain the highest possible competitive standards. If Player A has previously qualified and finishes in a qualifying position at another event, that qualifying position will no longer be extended below the cutoff line.
 
I qualified at the (blank) tournament, when do I get my invitation?
 
You may have received some information at the qualifying event but our Tournament Director will e-mail your official invite after the results are posted and the PDGA has given us the qualified players’ e-mails. Please be sure the PDGA has your correct e-mail address. If you have not received your invite soon after you have qualified, please contact us.
 
2017 Event Schedule
 
  • TBA
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    2017 Qualifying
     
    Qualifying is changing for 2017, read more here.
     
    Qualified Players
     
  • TBA
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    2017 Registered Players
     
  • TBA
  • USADGC Hall of Champions

    Once you have earned the title of US Amateur National Champion, it can never be taken away. Your goal is to join this list of elite players:

    • 2016: Gavin Rathbun, #60436, Illinois
    • 2015: Anthony Barela #44382, Arizona
    • 2014: Colten Montgomery #35876, Colorado
    • 2013: Raymond Oberley Jr #49255, Minnesota
    • 2012: Ted Stoebling #36486, Michigan
    • 2011: Benjamin Callaway #39015 Iowa
    • 2010: David Wiggins Jr #24437, North Carolina
    • 2009: Blaine Kinkel #34968, South Carolina
    • 2008: Daemon Stahlin #24185, Michigan
    • 2007: Jake Newell #29989, Kansas
    • 2006: Steve Mills #23516, California
    • 2005: Adam Olsen #26100, Iowa
    • 2004: Scott Slater #20695, Michigan
    • 2003: Peter Middlecamp #19026, Minnesota
    • 2002: Scott Burnett #20173, Ohio
     
    Mandatory Players Meeting
     
    Thursday June 2 2016, 7pm, Holden's Banquet facility: 2055 S Milford Rd, Milford Charter Township, MI 48381

  • Players meeting location
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    Tournament Format
     
  • One round each day for 3 days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
  • Staggered start each round with first tee time at 7:30am
  • There will be no final nine
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    Host Hotel
     
    Comfort Suites
    28049 Wixom Rd, Wixom MI 48393
    248-504-5080
  • distance to course: 8-10 minutes
  • includes: complimentary hot breakfast, HBO, Internet, indoor pool and fitness center.
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    Airports
     
  • Detroit Wayne County (Metro) - DTW, about 1 hour drive from course
  • Flint Bishop - FNT, about 45 minutes from course
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    Camping
     
  • Camping options and more info here.
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