Up for Bid: 2020 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Disc Golf Championships

By Connect Sports Staff, August 28, 2018

The Professional Disc Golf Association is seeking proposals to host its 2020 Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Disc Golf Championships. This three-day national competition (Friday through Sunday) is named after named after Tim Selinske, co-founder of Innova Discs who championed the sport through the International Frisbee Association before passing away in 2009. It is limited to qualified disc golfers over the age of 40 years old who compete for prizes and national championship titles in multiple age and gender-based divisions.

Here are the details:

Deadline to Bid: Nov. 1

Time of Year: Negotiable (historically May or September)

Venue Requirements: Three to five 18-hole championship caliber disc golf courses within 20 miles of event center; meeting space for 400 people

Hotel requirements: Centrally located between courses; free Wi-Fi and parking

Estimated number of participants: 200-350

Room nights: 50

Rate: $100/night

Rights Fee: None

For the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, email Michael Downes, director operations, at events@pdga.com.

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