2024 PDGA United States Women's Disc Golf Championships presented by Mint

PDGA logoThu-Sun, March 21-24, 2024 at Sprinkle Valley DGC in Austin, Texas
Major · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament


Tournament DirectorZachery Jansen
PDGA StaffRebecca Duffy
PDGA StaffJamie Kemp
PDGA StaffMark Wetherall

About this tournament

The United States Women's Disc Golf Championship is a PDGA Major. To register, you must be a current 2024 PDGA member and a PDGA Certified Rules Official whose certification expires after March 24, 2024. (See Competition Manual 1.01.B.1 and Table 1 of the PDGA Tour Standards).

A Certified Rules Official is a current PDGA member who has passed the PDGA Certified Rules Official Exam (https://www.pdga.com/rules/exam) and registered as an official with the PDGA. If you are a Certified Rules Official, it will be noted on your Player Profile page along with your certification's expiration date.

There is a strict minimum of three (3) players per division. Suppose you are registered for a division with fewer than three (3) players when registration closes. In that case, you will be asked to move to another division for which you are eligible or receive a full monetary refund of your entry fee (see Competition Manual 1.03.I and 2.01.L).

Participants are subject to all eligibility requirements per Competition Manual 1.01, Table 5 of the PDGA Tour Standards, and the PDGA Policy on Eligibility for Gender-Based Divisions.

For Majors and Elite Series during the 2024 tour year, FPO participants must be rated at least 825. (Tour Standards D:9)

Should an intervening ratings update make a player ineligible for their registered division, they may choose whether to move to a division for which they are eligible or receive a full monetary refund of their entry fee after the February rating update. Moving divisions may result in the player being on a waitlist. However, the March ratings update occurs within 14 days of the event's start. Therefore, we will permit players who become ineligible during that rating update to compete in the division for which they registered (see Competition Manual 2.02.A.2).

All PDGA Amateur Majors are True Amateur Events. True Amateur events present only trophies to the tournament's top finishers, and all players receive equal value through player packs and other tournament amenities (see Competition Manual 2.05).

Four berths in FPO are set aside for PDGA Reserved Berths assigned by the PDGA if necessary. If not assigned, they will be released to the waitlist on 02/15/2024.

Pass Through Fees

$30 of every entry will go to the facility to cover the cost of site rental and rental of items on-site, such as player tents and porta-potties.
$10 of every entry is non-refundable to the PDGA
$5 of every entry is for the ace pool.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy


Course Schedule

Division caps will be adjusted based on registration!
The goal of cap adjustments is to get as many players as possible competing in the division they registered to compete in.

January 31st – Cap Adjustment, if necessary.
February 14th – Official player ratings for FA1, FA2, FA3, and FA4 are finalized. Cap adjustments due to division changes are possible and will occur if necessary.
February 28th – Cap adjustments, if necessary.
March 6th - Cap adjustments, if necessary.
March 13th – Players with division sizes of less than three will be moved to another division they are eligible for. A final cap adjustment will be made.

Lodging Information
Host Hotel Information:
LaQuinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Round Rock East
3900 E Palm Valley
Round Rock, TX 78665
Booking Link:

Hotel Benefits:
- MINUTES from Old Settlers Park
- Around-the-clock security
- 20% off to the Kalahari Waterpark
- Free breakfast!
- Laundry available

Refund policy

Professional Disc Golf Association is responsible for all refunds and cancellations.


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