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The Disc Golf Pro Tour Makes Its First Ever Stop In Butler County

Cranberry Township, PA – August 7, 2022: The Disc Golf Pro Tour makes a stop in Butler County, PA, on September 9-11 for the Butler County Disc Golf Classic (BCDGC), sponsored by the Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau and hosted by Pittsburgh Flying Disc (PFD) and Cranberry Township. The BCDGC will be the biggest disc golf tournament held in Southwestern Pennsylvania since the 2015 Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) Pro Disc Golf World Championships. 140 top men and women disc golfers will compete for a $25,000.00 purse and the right to call themselves the champion and the master of the North Boundary Championship Disc Golf Course. This event also marks the first professional-level tournament at the course, making this a momentous occasion.

Cranberry Township and PFD have been working to prepare the course for top-level professional disc golf since the course was opened in North Boundary Park as the 2018 Cranberry Township Community Chest Project of the Year. Additionally, PFD Course Promoters and volunteers have been hard at work over the past eight months to get the course in the best playing condition it has ever been. Players will be tested by the challenging distance, steep elevation, and wooded fairways of the course, which will play as a 10,314 foot, Par 71 course for the men and 8,453 foot, Par 72 for women.

Spectators will be able to watch the competition from prime viewing areas throughout the course. Daily spectator passes are on sale now for as little as $10.00 a day on the Disc Golf Pro Tour website. Spectator tickets can be purchased here:

Pittsburgh Flying Disc is searching for volunteers to help out with the Butler County Disc Golf Classic! If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity, from crowd control to directing parking, please fill out this form and you will be contacted at a later date:

Fans, casual disc golfers, and rookies to the sport will be able to get a lesson from touring professional disc golfers Lori Merriman, Jordan Castro, Dan Brooks Wells, and Dylan Horst at the Professional Disc Golf Clinic & Flymart 6:00-8:00 PM on Wednesday, September 7, at the Learn to Play Disc Golf Course at North Boundary Park. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet some of the professional disc golfers that will be competing in the tournament and purchase some of their tour series merchandise at the Flymart, which is free to attend. To register for the Clinic, visit:

Local and national disc golf vendors, as well as food and beverage vendors, will be set up during the Butler County Disc Golf Classic. For more information, visit and follow Pittsburgh Flying Disc on social media.

Pittsburgh Flying Disc (PFD) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fostering and promoting national and international sporting competition in the sport of disc golf. We are a group of volunteers in the community who have come together to spread the joy of disc golf to others in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. The purpose of this organization is the promotion of flying disc sports and games, which we work towards by organizing events, programs, and publications dedicated to public education, community involvement, and more. PFD is dedicated to expanding and promoting disc sports in the Western Pennsylvania region.

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