Registration has been run through our partners at Disc Golf Scene, with all available places filling up before the final (provisional) tier became available. Support from players has been phenomenal, to the point we have a plethora of waitlisted players ready to fill the few remaining slots. Check out the Registration Update Memo linked above for further information.


If you have any queries regarding the Disc Golf Scene system we used you can find their FAQ regarding Player Registration for Tournaments here.


Disc Golf in Australia has seen phenomenal growth in the last few years, with more players than ever registering for tournaments all over the country. This is AWESOME.

It throws up some issues though, especially for an event meant to showcase the best the country has to offer, and to act as the culmination of the 2022 ADG Tour.

With this in mind, registration for ADGC 22 will be using a tiered registration system based on PDGA rating, which means that players with higher PDGA ratings will have registration open to them earlier than those with lower rankings.

Special provisions have been made to ensure that divisions which are typically lower rated (eg Juniors, lower tiered amatuer divisions) will have a chance to compete too. 


A limited number of special invitations will also be issued at the discretion of the tournament organisers, as recognition to those who have worked particularly hard to grow the game locally, and to players who might unexpectedly find themselves competing for an ADG Tour title come November.

IMPORTANT NOTE: ADGC 22 is a recognised PDGA B-tier event so it is a REQUIREMENT of entry that players are PDGA members. It is the player's responsibility to ensure that their PDGA membership is currently active, and that their rating is up to date prior to registration. You can check your PDGA membership by logging in here

Once the tiered registration is finished all unclaimed registration slots will be made available to players regardless of rating or division on a first-come-first-served basis. We expect these will move pretty quickly so stay tuned to social media for updates on this.

We, as tournament organisers, know this will not be popular with everyone but we feel this gives the best possible opportunity for the best possible players to compete in Australia's showcase tournament.