About Dayton Disc Golf
Dayton Disc Golf is a member funded, member organized entity that exists in order to provide disc golf events, education, exploration, and awareness to the residents of Dayton, OH and the surrounding communities. DDG has over 400 members (current and prior years). Annual DDG membership is $25 cash, includes a golf disc and comes with many other incentives and perks. The dues paid by members help DDG run annual local and Pro tournaments, design and install more courses, as well as provide other DDG information (like this website) and promotions that help us fulfill our bylaws by promoting the sport we all play and love; DISC GOLF. For more information on DDG membership please view our Membership Page.
Currently, DDG runs an annual tournament series called the “Best in Dayton” series (or BID series) which consists of several tournaments run by DDG at local area courses. The BID series schedule for the year may include several events at any of our local or surrounding disc golf courses, and/or some temporary courses set up just for us, and sometime even multi-club courses in conjunction with other local clubs. Events are competitive and designed to help players of all skill levels play against disc golfers within their divisions.
Normally, divisional structures for the BID series are as follows:
Open (Pro players)
Open Masters (Pro’s at 40 years of age or above)
Advanced AM I (Amateurs below the pro level)
Advanced Masters (Amateurs at 40 years of age or above)
Intermediate AM II (Amateurs below the Advanced level)
Recreational AM III (Amateurs below the Intermediate level)
Women (Female competitors)
Juniors ( Competitive or casual players under the age of 18)
Competitors over the age of 40 are not required to play in a Masters division, and competitors under the age of 18 are not required to play in the Juniors division.
For more information on the “Best in Dayton” series please read the BID Series Rules.
The Dayton area also has a number of annual Professional level tournaments that are sanctioned by the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA).
Information on the PDGA can be viewed at www.pdga.com
If you have any questions about the Dayton Disc Golf Association please visit our Contact Page to contact one of our DDG officers. You can read information regarding the structure and operation of the Club in our Bylaws by clicking the link below:
2019 DDGA Bylaws Coming Soon!
And remember, disc golf in Dayton:
It’s not just a walk in the park!