Rules + Regulations

Rules and Regulations

Tour dates and locations are listed below, followed by some general rules for the tour.

Tour Dates

March 18-19: Battle on the Bann ‘23 in Northern Ireland

May 6-7: Sackville Showdown at Beech Hill Park in Sackville, New Brunswick

June 3-4: Flickline Rose Valley in Breadalbane, Prince Edward Island

June 24-25: CBU Open in Sydney, Cape Breton

July 22-23: Flickline Corner Brook in Corner Brook, Newfoundland

August 19-20: Flickline Dieppe in Dieppe, New Brunswick (maybe Kings Pine)

September 4-10: Discmania Open in Prince Edward Island

October 14-15: Iron Leaf in New Minas, Nova Scotia

November 4-5: Tour Championship in Hillsborough, New Brunswick

Scoring System

The tour itself will have a year-long point system that will be tracked and displayed on our website ( Players can use their best 5 finishes for their overall tour points.

The point system is as follows:

1st place = 25 points

2nd place = 22 points

3rd place = 20 points

4th place = 18 points

5th place = 16 points

6th place = 14 points

7th place = 13 points

8th place = 12 points

9th place = 11 points

10th place = 10 points

11th place = 9 points

12th place = 8 points

13th place = 7 points

14th place = 6 points

15th place = 5 points

16th place = 4 points

17th place = 3 points

18th place = 2 points

19th place and up = 1 point

In order to qualify for end-of-the-year prizes, players must play in at least 4 events in the same division.

Payouts for open divisions

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.

Tour Placing

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.

Tournament Eticquettes

When you are on site, please adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Ensure cell phones are set to silent or vibrate.
  • Ensure camera shutters are silent, or are not used until after the players release their shots. Please refrain from using your camera’s flash.
  • Please refrain from standing in the players’ lines of sight.
  • Please remain silent while players are throwing, or are preparing to throw.
  • Please keep socially distanced (i.e., at least 6 ft apart).
  • Please refrain from asking players for autographs during a round.

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.