EDGC Format 2020
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Proposal of the Joint EDGF - PDGA Europe European Disc Golf Championship Committee
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European Disc Golf Championship Format
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Events EDGCEDGMC Notes
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General Format
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Full NameEuropean Disc Golf ChampionshipEuropean Disc Golf Masters Championship
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PeriodicityBiannually (even years)*Biannually (even years)*bids will be considered together with a possibility to select a joint host of both events
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DivisionsMPO, FPO, MJ18, FJ18MP40, FP40, FP50, MP50, MP60, MP65considering adding MP70 and FP55 in 2022 (based on the registration levels for EDGMC 2020)
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Capacity180 players120 players
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Number of Courses1 course *1 course *2 courses if joint events
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Competition FormatGolf start 4 roundsGolf start 4 rounds50% field reduction in the final round
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Player Eligibility
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Player eligibilityNationality or Permanent residence/Center of interests 18 months+ (at the moment of registration)the center of interests is the main residency of a person, it is typically the place where the person spends most time during the calendar year, where it is employed, where it pays taxes, etc.)
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Junior eligibilityAll players eligible by age *regardless of Pro/Am status, * subject to approval from PDGA/PDGA Europe after an official request of EDGF
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Minimum ageMPO and FPO (16 years), MJ18 and FJ18 (14 years)as required by the divisionage reached in the calendar year of competition
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European Countries Group IAustria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdommembers of EDGF and other European countries with institutionally represented disc golf comminuties
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European Countries Group IIBulgaria, Luxembourg, RomaniaEuropean countries with established disc golf contacts
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European Countries Group IIIAlbania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, Kazakstan, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, San Marino, Turkeyother European countries
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Requirements for NA
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Team Selection Rules
published at lastest 1 year before the event, a copy sent to EDGF
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Team CaptainNA nominates by the imposed deadline
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Team UniformsIf NA provides a uniform, it needs to provide area for player sponsors if players express interest, any cost related to the sponsor information needs to be covered by the players and their sponsors. The area rules: There is a maximum of two sponsors allowed on a shirt in a clearly separated area (max. 250 x 125 mm) allowed for the presentation of sponsors. Sponsorship must clearly stand back behind the overall impression of a national uniform. No sponsors logos on shorts (with the exception of the production clothing brand)
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Players ContractNA need to prepare a contract for the players participating at the event at least 4 months before the event and provide at least 14 days for the players to sign it
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Requirements for Players
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NA membershipplayers need to be members of NA (if existing)
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PDGA membershipplayers need to be current PDGA members
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PDGA officialplayers need to be current PDGA officials
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Team Uniformsin addition to the PDGA dress code players need to adhere with the uniform policies at the event with the right to add their sponsor info in a limited extent
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NA Contractplayers need to sign the contract with the NA that specifies team rules during the event within the deadline required by the NA
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Personal Informationplayers need to provide the necessary information to NA for registration process for the event
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