Registration Now Open
The 2021 BDGA tournament schedule is now open for players to register online. Listed below is the full schedule with link to the registration portal.
The 2021 schedule will feature a number of changes, including changing the Mid-Amateur Championship and Senior Amateur Championship from 18-Hole to 36-Hole championships.
The 2021 Match Play Championship seeding will be based on the 2021 BDGA Points standings. If all players are not on the points standings, they will be ordered by USGA Handicap Index as of the entry deadline.
The Junior Match Play Championship will be invitation only, players must now participate in the Junior Stroke Play Championship in order to earn the opportunity to play in the Junior Match Play. The top 16 juniors and top 16 sub-juniors will be invited to participate in the Junior Match Play, seeding will be done based on the results from the Junior Stroke Play Championship.
New this year, the BDGA Schedule will feature the addition of the BDGA Four-Ball Championship, hosted by Pendleton Creek Golf Club on September 13th. Four-Ball stroke play is a competition in which two competitors play as partners, each playing his own ball. The lower score of the partners is the score for the hole. If one partner fails to complete the play of the hole, there is no penalty.