The British Disc Golf Association

The national body for the growing sport of Disc Golf in England and Wales.

BDGA logo The British Disc Golf Association (BDGA) was established as a non-profit organisation over twenty years ago by its members with just a few core principles:
  • Look after the interests of disc golfers in the British Isles.
  • Promote awareness and recognition of disc golf as a sport.
  • Encourage the growth of disc golf in the British Isles.
  • Foster local, regional and national competition for all members.
  • Provide a forum for discussion of all aspects of disc golf.
  • Provide a means of collection and publication of information.
We remain committed to these principles today. Disc golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and for good reason. Disc golf is designed to be enjoyed by people of all ages, gender identity, and economic status, making it a great lifetime fitness activity. Because disc golf is so easy to learn, no one is excluded; players merely match their pace to their capabilities and proceed from there.

Latest news & posts

  • Rumble in the Jungle

    The BDGA 2024 Tour presented by MVP stopped in Leigh, Greater Manchester on 4 May was the another one-day event - Rumble in the Jungle - at Manchester Disc Golf’s new course in Lilford Park.

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  • Quarry Park Winter Open

    The “opening event” of the BDGA 2024 Tour presented by MVP took place at Quarry Park on 24 March. A one-day/two-rounder with 66% of normal Tour points available, the original event was sold out quickly, and spawned a Winter Open 2 which, due to the rescheduling, preceded the original by 3 weeks.

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  • BDGA National Championships

    The 2024 BDGA National Championships will be hosted at Silver Birch disc golf club in North Wales. The event will be a PDGA XB tier. Qualification for this event will require the participant either have been resident in the UK for the entirety of the last three years, or posess a British passport.

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