Up for Bid: 2017 PDGA United States Women’s Disc Golf Championship

By Connect Sports Staff, December 5, 2015

The Professional Disc Golf Association is currently seeking proposals to host its 2017 PDGA United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships. This three-day national competition is limited to qualified amateur and professional women disc golfers who compete for prizes and national championship titles in multiple age-based divisions. It is expected to draw between 60 and 125 competitors.

Here are the details:

Deadline to bid: January 29

Time of year: Negotiable (historically early to mid-September)

Venue requirements: One to two championship-caliber courses within 20 miles of the event center.

Number of participants: 60-125

Hotel requirements: Centrally located between courses; 500-sq.-ft. tournament office; free Wi-Fi.

Room nights: 45-100

Suggested Rate: $100/night

Rights Fee: N/A

For the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, email Michael Downes, Events Manager, at mdownes@pdga.com.

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