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2023 Events

  • March - Preview of temp course on Devou golf course (details and date TBD)

  • March 26th - Harbin (C-tier)

  • April 22nd - Devou Park (C-tier)

  • May 13th - Vineyard DGC (C-tier)

  • May - GCDGA vs. DDG at Monroe (DDG running this unsanctioned event in 2023.  Details and date TBD)

  • June 3rd - Johnson Hills (Pro only C-tier)

  • June 4th - Johnson Hills (Amateur only C-tier)

  • July 23rd - Thornageddon 9 at Osage Grove (C-tier)

  • September 2nd - Flying Pig Open at Harbin & Mt. Airy (B-tier)

  • October 7th - Burnet Woods (C-tier)

  • October 28th - Devou Park Glow Pumpkin shootout and temp course on golf course (Details TBD)

  • November 4th - Lincoln Ridge (C-tier)


2022 Events

  • April 9th  - Harbin ( C-tier )

  • May 15th Monroe ( Not sanctioned )

  • June 4th - Johnson Hills (Pro only C-tier)

  • August 7th - Thornageddon 8 ( Osage Grove )

  • September 3rd - Flying Pig ( Harbin & Mt. Airy )

  • October 2nd - Burnet Woods

  • November 5th - Lincoln Ridge

All tournaments will be two rounds.  Some may include players packs.  Details of players packs ( if any ) will be determined prior to the event.


  • Open  Divisions - $40

  • Amateur Divisions - $30

All CCS events will be sanctioned by the PDGA.  Any non PDGA member other than novice will be charged a $10 fee.  All entry fees will include $1 for the ace pool.

Sign ups to begin approximately 8:00 am.

$5 late fee for sign-ups after 9:00 am.

If no aces are hit, the TD will set up a CTP throw off for the ace fund.

Follow the PDGA Rules of Play. We do mix divisions for the first round (allowed in "C" tier). This is so new players can learn from the experienced players so they can pass on their knowledge of the game, rules, and history.


  • Sign-up deadline: 9:00 am

  • Player's meeting: 9:15 am

  • Tee off: 9:30 am

The tournaments consist of two rounds with one hour for lunch in between rounds. Second round starts approximately 1 hour after the last first-round card has been turned in.


Payout will be determined based on PDGA standards for a C - tier event.


These are local events that can easily be run in one day, on one course, with a minimal amount of staff and volunteers, but they certainly do not have to be small and/or simple. There are many large C-Tier events around the world each year that bring in hundreds of players and provide very large payouts for both the professional and amateur divisions.  

  • Current PDGA membership NOT required to compete. Non-current members or non-members pay a $10 per-event fee when registering (except in Junior divisions).

  • Length: 1-2 days

  • Holes: minimum of 18 (36 preferred)

  • Cash Added to Pro Purse: optional

  • Minimum of 85% of Net Entry Fees to both Pro and Amateur payout

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