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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I provide players with an NADGT add-on at my event without making it a complete Affiliate event?

NO- all players must be included to make it a NADGT affiliate event.

Are there trophies for NADGT exclusive events?

Yes, each Exclusive event will be awarding trophy pins for the main five divisions only: MA1, FA1, MA40, FA40, MA50, MA2, FA2, MA3, MJ18, and FJ18. If your event package did not contain the trophy pins, then please contact dave.feldberg@nadgt.com

How do I handle late/day off registration players packs?

Players who sign up after the date your order is shipped will be charged a $7 late fee for shipping and will have their players packs shipped directly to their house Monday after the event.

How do I order player packs for my event?

NADGT staff will contact you 9 days before your event and ship your packs directly to you. You do not need to worry about placing any orders.

How are payouts handled?

NADGT events will payout the top 25% of the field. The total payout will be $12.50 per player in the division. Payout information will be communicated to competitors within 48 hours of event completion by NADGT Communications.

What points are good for Invites to the National Championships?

The National Championships is an event that is intended to invite the top amateur competitors in the country in the following divisions: MA1, FA1, MA40, FA40, MA50, MA2, FA2, MA3, MJ18, and FJ18. To get an invitation in MA1, a competitor must play MA1 and earn MA1 points throughout the season. Points earned in lower divisions are not transferrable to MA1. To get an invitation in FA1, a competitor must play FA1 and earn FA1 points throughout the season. Points earned in lower divisions are not transferrable to FA1. To get an invitation in MA40, a competitor can earn points in ANY advanced master’s division. All points earned in any Advanced Masters division will count towards MA40 invitations. Invitations to the National Championships are not transferrable. Invited competitors will only be able to register/compete in the division in which they were invited. State Division Leaders in the listed divisions as of 9/1/2021 will be invited to the National Championships.

Can tournament Directors earn points?

At this time the NADGT tour will not be awarding tour points for running events. However, tournament directors are allowed to compete in their own events (As long as they are not A tier events) and will receive NADGT reward points for each player in their events to be used at the NADGT store. Each TD will also have their own profile page.

Do I get anything at Affiliate events besides points?

Yes, our NADGT Affiliate events will provide players packs that will vary based on TD decisions.

I have accepted cash can I still play?

Yes! Even if you have accepted cash and your current PDGA classification is “professional,” you can still participate in NADGT events and receive tournament payouts for the event as long as your player rating is under professional level per the PDGA requirements of Pros playing Am. However, to be eligible for any event you must not have earned over $3,000 dollars in your career or $1,000 in 2021. Competitors do not have to change their PDGA classification In order to play in NADGT events.

How do I set up DG Scene registration?

We do it for you, you will just need to log into DGS and create your schedule for the event, and set the date for your registration to open.

“Oh wow, I didn’t know any of that history of the NADGT…….This is my 2nd year with them and have loved every minute of it. The people I have worked with are awesome and the players like the events. I ran an exclusive event about a month or two after coming out of covid last year and it filled instantly. I’m glad to be a part of something that helps grow the interest of amateurs in the competitive field.”

Dalton Sackett - Multi Time Tournament Director