2020 Utah Open disc golf world championship

Video footage of the 2020 Disc Golf Worlds by JomezPro.com

2020 Worlds

2017 marked the start of the open men’s and women’s divisions, each having its own World Championship. There is now a chance to win the World Championship in both the open and age-based categories. The championship format ended the “Final 9” round in 2017. Previously, the best four disc golf players in the world competed in a nine-hole final round with no other players in the field.

There have been 18 men’s champions and 17 women’s winners in the annual Men’s event, which has an average of 155 competitors. The event has taken place in 19 U.S. states and Ontario, Canada.

The PDGA World Championship and the US Disc Golf Championship are two of the biggest tournaments each year, with the World Disc Golf Championships holding tournaments for over thirty years.

The 2020 PDGA World Championships were postponed due to the Covid 19 Pandemic on June 1, 2020. Odgen, Utah, hosted the PDGA World Championships. In contrast, Emporia and Orlando both hosted championships for the Professional Disc Golf Association’s amateur division. Johnson City, Tennessee, hosted the PDGA’s professional division’s master disc golf championships. Rejected host cities for the 2021 World Cup have been moved to 2022 rather than 2021.

Because of travel challenges, spectators’ inability to participate, difficulty in postponing the events, and member experience, PDGA underlined this issue. “Rescheduling events with just two or three months’ notice is a huge load on our partners since developing new arrangements and executing the relevant contracts takes time. An extra month in the decision-making process would make it more difficult for our hosts to organize these events efficiently while keeping the end dates of international travel restrictions unknown.”