PDGA Elite Series
2021 PDGA Elite Series Schedule
|Feb. 25-28||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Las Vegas Challenge||Las Vegas, NV|
|Mar. 12-14||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Waco Annual Charity Open||Waco, TX|
|Mar. 26-28||PDGA National Tour||Texas State Disc Golf Championships||Tyler, TX|
|Apr. 16-18||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Jonesboro Open||Jonesboro, AR|
|Apr. 28 - May 1||PDGA National Tour||Glass Blown Open||Emporia, KS|
|May 14-16||Disc Golf Pro Tour||San Francisco Open||San Francisco, CA|
|May 28-30||PDGA National Tour||Masters Cup||Santa Cruz, CA|
|Jun. 4-6||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Portland Open||Portland, OR|
|Jun. 11-13||PDGA National Tour||Beaver State Fling||Estacada, OR|
|Jul. 23-25||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Discraft Great Lakes Open||Milford, MI|
|Jul. 30 - Aug. 1||Disc Golf Pro Tour||The Preserve Championship||Clearwater, MN|
|Aug. 5-8||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Ledgestone Insurance Open||Peoria, IL|
|Aug. 13-15||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Idlewild Open||Burlington, KY|
|Aug. 27-29||PDGA National Tour||Delaware Disc Golf Challenge||Newark, DE|
|Sep. 3-5||Disc Golf Pro Tour||MVP Open at Maple Hill||
|Sep. 9-12||Disc Golf Pro Tour||Green Mountain Championship||Smugglers' Notch, VT|
|Sep. 24-26||PDGA National Tour||Music City Open||Nashville, TN|
|Oct. 14-17||Disc Golf Pro Tour||DGPT Championship||Charlotte, NC|
About PDGA Elite Series
PDGA “Elite Series” is the designation used for a tour of professional events approved as a PDGA Elite Series by the PDGA Board of Directors and where points are earned by players towards crowning a tour champion.
These events and series are to promote the sport of disc golf and the PDGA in a positive light consistent with the PDGA mission, cater to the MPO and FPO divisions only (more specifically, those on the “Premier Pros” list), and bring a high level of exposure to the sport through national and international media coverage. Simply put, Elite Series events provide an overall positive impact to the sport of disc golf and serve to enhance the PDGA mission.
For a series of events to be designated as a PDGA Elite Series, all events comprising the series, as well as the series itself, must show a track record of success to include the sustainability of the organization, both financially and in its execution with the ability to repeat each season. Each event in the series must be sanctioned as an A Tier (or above), and must consistently maintain or surpass the competition standards practiced at the National Tour level as defined by PDGA Tour Standards, as well as the individual event contracts with our Elite Series event hosts.