Tour dates and locations are listed below, followed by some general rules for the tour.
April 24: Clifton Estates DCG (Windsor, NS) ** Cancelled**
April 25: Lockhart Ryan DGC (New Minas, NS) ** Cancelled**
May 15/16: Beech Hill Park DGC (MDGA MAJOR; Sackville, NB) ** Cancelled**
June 5/6: Hillsborough DGC (Hillsborough, NB) ** Open with restrictions **
June 19: Rose Valley (Breadalbane, PE) ** Open with restriction **
July 8-11: Canadian National Championship (Bonshaw and Middleton, PE)
July 18: Blanche Brook Park DGC (Stephenville, NL)
July 24: temporary course (Pippy Park, St. John's, NL)
Sept 18: Huck-it (Middleton, PE)
Oct 2/3: Iron Leaf (MDGA MAJOR; Lockhart Ryan DGC, New Minas, NS)
Oct 16/17: Mill River Open (Mill River, PE)
Nov 6/7: Tour Championship (MDGA MAJOR; Wallace River Golf Course, Wallace, NS)
The tour itself will have a year-long point system that will be tracked and displayed on our website (www.flickline.ca). Players can use their best eight finishes for their overall tour points.
The point system is as follows:
1st place = 25 points
2nd place = 23 points
3rd place = 21 points
4th place = 20 points
5-8th places = 18 points
9-12th places = 16 points
13-16th places = 14 points
17-20th places = 12 points
All other places = 10 points
In order to qualify for end-of-the-year prizes, players must play in at least four events in the same division.
Numbers of players who cash / Total number of players in the division
For all Amateur divisions the top 4 places will win trophies.
For all Open division the top 3 places will win trophies in addition to cash.
If you win your card on the final round you win a prize. Prizes get better the later you tee off. (AM Players only)
For every event, the winner of each division will be give a 24-hour advanced registration for the Tour Championship. After that 24-hour window, the remaining spots will be offered to the public.
In the event of a tie, the player who plays the most events will win. If it is still tied, then the player with the most first-place finishes wins. In the event that it is still tied, then the player with the best placement at the Tour Championship will win.
If, for some crazy reason, each of those scenarios still results in a tie, then the tied players will play a sudden-death playoff starting at hole #1 on the Tour Championship.
All events are currently undertaking COVID-19 measures to ensure everyone's safety. Spectators are allowed in a very limited capacity. Please check your local and provincial guidelines before spectating any event, and be sure to check in with the Tournament Director (TD) when you arrive in order for the organizers to have an accurate headcount.
When you are on site, please adhere to the following guidelines:
With the influx of new people playing and watching the game, we hope that these guidelines will serve as a reminder of good event practices, and will help shape disc golf's future in the Atlantic region.