United States Amateur Disc Golf Championship
Welcome To The Next Level Of Disc Golf Competition

Those who compete here believe themselves to be ready to face some of the world's most skilled amateurs on one of the most challenging courses disc golf has to offer. This event is about the players and introducing them to top level competition. If you aspire to be a pro, come find out what it's like to be treated like one.

The PDGA United States Amateur Disc Golf Championship
Player Pack

  • Personalized Buzzz
  • Ti Challenger
  • Big Z Predator
  • USADGC disc golf stool
  • Discraft hat
  • Stainless steel water bottle
  • Reusable scorecard
  • Can koozie
  • stickers

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    Personalized Buzzz

    Part of your player pack includes something totally unique in disc sports: a tournament Buzzz customized with your photo... delivered during the tournament!

    PDGA Officials Test Requirement

    PDGA requires all Am and Pro players competing in NT or Major events (like USADGC) to take and pass the PDGA Officials Test.

    The updated list of Certified Officials is here. If your name is not on the list, you will need to take and pass the PDGA's Officials Test to compete at USADGC ($10 PDGA fee applies).

    Free Grub: All Players, All Weekend!

    Players, your weekend VIP treatment begins before the first throw with a full banquet dinner during the player's meeting (Thu, 7pm, Holdens. See Event Schedule). Then it's breakfast and and a grilled lunch each day of the tournament... all included in your entry fee!

    Colten Montgomery is the 2014 National Champion

    Colorado's Colten Montgomery is your 2014 National Champion! Steady, smart and even-keeled throughout the tournament, Montgomery held fast to win by two shots over George Beno and two resurgent players in Ronald Bieberitz and Jason Sosnowski, all of whom tied for 2nd.

    We would like send our sincere thanks to the many, many folks who helped to make the 2014 USADGC a huge success: our hard working volunteers and seasoned staff, wonderful sponsors Hyzer Farm and Absopure, the PDGA's Mike Downes and Matt Gregoire, Kensington MetroPark, TD John Minicuci, Discraft... and the players who gave it their all and made sure FUN was the key word of the weekend. Thank you all so much!

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  • Leaders After Round Two

    What a surge for Tony Maccarino of MI, who tied a tournament best -8 to blast into a two-shot lead going into Sunday's final round. Another MI player -- 15-year-old Andrew Kaluk was the other hot hand throwing -8 and he will share 2nd place with a solid George Beno. Colten Montgomery is hanging in there, as is Brandon Timper of IA, they share 4th place. It should be a great finish tomorrow!

    Hot Starts

    As R1 continues, some hot rounds have already been turned in by Jordan Castro of MN and George Beno of MI, each sitting at an impressive -7! Colorado's Colten Montgomery is close behind at -5.

    2014 Competitors

    2014 Commemorative Buzzz

    It's all the sweet stuff wrapped up in one incredible disc: if this Buzzz was a box of cereal, it would be all crunch berries.

    The Flag-Dyed Z Glo Buzzz commemorates and supports the 2014 United States Amateur Disc Golf Championship, June 6-8. It features:
    • Z Glo plastic
    • Bottom ghost stamp
    • Beautifully stencil-dyed Buzzz Bee
    • Individually handcrafted US flag-dyed background
    Designed by the dye pros at Hyzer Farm, each copy is unique. A total of 2000 are available, so snag one of these beauties if you can! Ask your retailer or shop online.

    2014: A New Look for Toboggan

    Players who have had the good fortune to challenge themselves on the legendary Toboggan Championship course will find some big changes in 2014. After years unchecked, Kensington MetroPark has been systematically removing all of the towering Russian Olive bushes from the park... and the course. This is an invasive species to Michigan which crowds out native plants with very aggressive growth.

    As a result, the rough won't be as brutal as in past years, but the par remains set at 62 with a couple of holes being extended to equalize the challenge.

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