ü Represent the PDGA in a positive light to members, clubs, agencies, and communities in their province.
ü Work with Tournament Directors and clubs within their state or province and in adjoining areas to schedule PDGA Tour and other disc golf events.
ü Serve as provincial liaison to the PDGA & PDGA Tour Manager, in setting the Tour schedule and in addressing and resolving Tour event issues.
ü Collect information, either personally or by delegating to individuals or clubs, for the PDGA Course Directory.
ü Promote PDGA memberships, tournament sanctioning, PDGA programs such as the Affiliate Clubs program, Disc Golf Foundation, and EDGE to the members and potential members in their state or province.
ü Provide feedback on the annual Tour Standards to the PDGA Tour Manager.
ü Coordinate qualification for events such as the USDGC, USADGC, and other qualified-entry tournaments.
ü Vote for and recommend candidates for select annual PDGA Awards.
ü Other duties as determined by the SCs, PDGA Board and staff.
The PDGA is a membership organization dedicated to the promotion and sustainable growth of disc golf.
To develop disc golf into a globally-recognized competitive sport and recreational activity through:Player participation
Rules and competitive standards
Media and sponsor relations
Public education and outreach
To sustain the growth of the organization, membership, and disc golf by means of:
Asset and resource management
The PDGA is driven by the principles of:Integrity Accountability