The winning bid was awarded by the WFDF Board and the Disc Golf Committee. Invitations and further information will be sent to all WFDF The event will be overseen by WFDF’s Disc Golf Committee led by Chair Charlie Mead, and it is fully supported by the Professional Disc Golf Association, which will work closely together in preparing the format and schedule for the event. There will be two courses available at WTDGC should there be more than 24 team entries. Each country may send up to 12 players, and each team for each round will consist of six players. The format for all games will be either singles or doubles match play. The seeding will be based on the WFDF World Disc Golf Rankings, where the current leader is the USA, followed by Canada, New Zealand, Finland, and Estonia.
WTDGC 2019 Tournament Technical Director
WFDF Event Manager