Toronto Island Maple Leaf: Silver - MA2, FA2, MA3, FA3, Juniors supported by Innova

PDGA logoSunday, May 7, 2023 at Toronto Island Park in Toronto, Ontario
Amateur-only C-tier · PDGA-sanctioned singles tournament

Toronto Island Maple Leaf: Silver - MA2, FA2, MA3, FA3, Juniors supported by Innova graphic


Tournament DirectorPoppy Sanders
Tournament DirectorKevin Sparkman

About this tournament

Welcome to the inaugural Toronto Island Maple Leaf (TIML) Silver tournament!

This is an amateur-only PDGA sanctioned C-tier tournament that will be held on Toronto Island.

The tournament will be held on May 6 & 7, 2023, with different divisions playing on each day.

Our goal is to provide an opportunity for more players to experience and participate in events on Toronto Island. Whether you’re a new player or a seasoned amateur, this event is for you.

Players pack supported by Innova and merchandise prizes for all divisions by the Good Disc.

On SATURDAY May 6, the following divisions will compete: MA1, FA1 and age-protected.

On SUNDAY May 7, the following divisions will compete: MA2, FA2, MA3, FA3 and juniors.

We want to provide as many divisions as possible! Any division will be included as long as it has at least three registered players.

Division caps will be held until April 1, 2023.

Sorry pros, you’ll have to wait until TIML Gold in September!

Each division will play two rounds of 18 hole disc golf via shotgun start.

We are featuring the classic island layout for all divisions. That means short teepads to long (blue) baskets.

Note - Toronto Island Maple Leaf Gold (formerly just TIML) will be held over the September long weekend at Toronto Island as usual and will include the same divisions as last year (MPO, FPO, MP40, MA1, FA1, MA40/50, FA40/50 and juniors). This is our premier event intended for professional and advanced amateur players.

If you crush it at TIML Silver, consider signing up for Gold this Summer!

Refund policy

Toronto Disc Golf Club is responsible for all refunds/cancellations.
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