Frequently Asked Questions
What is the player entry fee for a Trilogy Challenge?
An entry fee of $35 is recommended for all participants.
An entry fee of €35 is recommended in Europe including tax for all participants.
If I run a Trilogy Challenge, what is my cost as the tournament director?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing information.
If I’m hosting a Trilogy Challenge, when should I order my player packs?
We prefer that you order your player packs no later than 2 weeks prior to your event date.
What is the format for a Trilogy Challenge?
A Trilogy Challenge is very flexible. It can be one round, two rounds, or a doubles event and could even feature a flex start where players can show up when it is convenient for them. It is at the discretion of the tournament director.
I want to run a Trilogy Challenge, but have never organized an event before? Is that possible?
Absolutely! This is what grows our sport and we are more than willing to help you organize your first event. You may be surprised how easy hosting an event like this can actually be.
When can I host a Trilogy Challenge?
Your event must be between May 30, 2020 and October 4, 2020.
How can I get more players at my Trilogy Challenge?
Here are some ideas to get more players at your Trilogy Challenge:
- Download a Trilogy Challenge flyer to post at your local course from our Downloads page
- Inform your local media including radio stations, newspapers, and local TV stations (learn more)
- Contact your Parks and Recreation Department
- Visit your Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Notify your local schools to get more kids involved
- Reach out to local churches and youth groups
- Encourage local players to bring a friend with them
What discs can I use in a Trilogy Challenge?
Players are only allowed to use the three discs provided by the tournament director.
How do the discs in the player pack fly?
Latitude 64 Opto or Gold SPZ 3 | Speed: 9 Glide: 6 Turn: -1 Fade: 2
Dynamic Discs Lucid or Fuzion Bounty | Speed: 4 Glide: 5 Turn: -1.5 Fade: 0.5
Westside Discs BT Hybrid Crown | Speed: 3 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
Are there different disc weight options?
Yes, the SPZ 3 (driver) and Bounty (midrange) are divided into two weight classes, heavy and light. Heavy discs are 170g and higher and light discs are 169g and lower. The Crown (putter) only comes in 170g and higher.
How do I find a Trilogy Challenge event near me?
Visit our Event Locations page to view a list of all Trilogy Challenges and to find one in your area! You can search for your town at the top right or sort the list by one of the columns such as state or location. If you can’t find a Trilogy Challenge in your area, why not host one yourself?
I’ve never played disc golf. Is the Trilogy Challenge for me?
Yes, anyone can play. The most important aspect of the Trilogy Challenge is to get new players out to play disc golf and to have fun! Don’t be discouraged or nervous to attend a Trilogy Challenge if you have never played disc golf. This is a perfect opportunity to get started.
What is in the player pack?
Are the three discs in the player pack approved for a PDGA event?
Yes, all three of the discs will be PDGA Approved by the time you play in a Trilogy Challenge and you will be able to use any of them in a PDGA event as soon as you receive them in your player pack at a Trilogy Challenge.
Can I purchase more than one player pack at a Trilogy Challenge?
Check with your tournament director after the event is over.
Can I order more player packs after my initial order if I have more player sign up?
You can place a re-order by contacting email@example.com, but the minimum re-order is 10 player packs. We recommend ordering extra player packs for registrations on the day of your event. If you have 10 or more player packs left after your event, you can then take advantage of our Buyback Option. Please remember, you are responsible for the return shipping. Keep in mind that the discs in the player packs will be unreleased until October so they should be very easy to sell after your event at a profit.