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2021 PDGA Women's Global Event

2021 PDGA Women's Global Event

Over 3,000 players participated in the 2021 PDGA Women's Global Event. Photo: Lauren Lakeberg

Molly Orman was watching her daughter get ready to tee off when the 6-year-old suddenly stopped and watched with amazement as another group of women teed off another hole.

After her daughter teed off, she received a compliment on her form.

The 2021 Women's Global Event kicks off Saturday. Photo: PDGA Media

Community and growing the sport are at the heart of the PDGA’s Women’s Global Event.

Those two core principles will be on display on disc golf courses around the world this weekend.

Excitement is high as the 2021 WGE kicks off Saturday and continues Sunday for the fifth edition of the biennial event, which has continued to grow by leaps and bounds since its inception in 2012.


Competition and community highlight the 2021 PDGA Women's Global Event. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

Nearly 100 events around the world have already registered to take part in the 2021 PDGA Women’s Global Event, which returns on May 8-9.

This impressive number showcases the rise in women’s disc golf and continues to grow every day.

A biennial tournament, the fifth edition of WGE finds women participating at the their local courses as well as with women around the global on a worldwide leaderboard.

Finding an event, or even hosting one of your own, has never been easier.

Women and girls worldwide are encouraged to participate in the PDGA Women's Global event on May 8-9, 2021. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Following the postponement of the 2020 PDGA Women's Global Event (WGE) due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the PDGA WGE is set to return for its first-ever odd-year iteration on May 8-9, 2021. 

A biennial tournament, the PDGA Women's Global Event finds women going head-to-head with players at their local courses and also against women worldwide on a global leaderboard to determine who wins the weekend. Find your local PDGA WGE »