Welcome to Knoxville Disc Golf Association!
Knoxville Disc Golf Association (KDGA) members are made up of all types of disc golfers. We promote disc golf in the Knoxville area by performing maintenance on the courses, holding tournaments and teaching others about the game. The KDGA hosts weekly events including doubles and singles events that rotate between local courses. PDGA tournaments are held periodically throughout the year and are sanctioned by the Professional Disc Golf Association.
2015 Knoxville Ace Race
Register for Ace Race at Disc Golf United
It's that time again everyone! It's time to start chasing some Aces! Last year's event was a great success...but why should we stop there? Let's gather our forces again and have a great time while raising more money for the many improvements that could help out our great course (benches, signs, etc.). Join the fun!
Where: Victor Ashe Park
When: Saturday, September 26th
Player’s Meeting: 9:30AM
Online Sign-Up Close Date: September 24th at 10 PM
Field Limitation: 50
All sign-ups online before close are guaranteed. A very limited number of spots will be available at day of tournament. These will go first come first serve after the online sign-ups close.
Format: Two rounds of 18, one throw per player per hole.
Course Layout: Holes are generally between 150 and 250 feet.
Player entry fee: $25
Player Package: Two identical Ace Race prototype discs and other gear.
Sanctioning: None. Everyone is welcome to play!
Rules of play: Players are required to use the player package discs, and only these discs. If a disc is lost, the player has the option of using the second disc from the package. Only one throw per player per hole. Groups of up to eight are generally acceptable, depending on course, time of day and TO discretion. Each player should have their own scorecard and mark "A" for aces and "M" for holes on which they hit metal. The player with the most aces after the second round is declared the winner. In case of ties, the number of metal hits is used as a tie breaker. If a tie persists, a closest to the pin contest is then held to determine the event winner.