How to Follow the 2020 Event

Watch it Live online!

All four days of tournament play will be available to purchase through a pay-per-view live stream. Various packages are still available. Secure yours now!

Handling the video coverage for the third year in a row will be Fulcrum Media. Fulcrum has its roots in Ultimate, but have embraced disc golf in recent years and continue to master their ability to capture the excitement that typically surrounds the USDGC. This year Fulcrum will be pulling out all the stops to provide the best possible fan experience to people around the world.

Expect to see:

  • 3 Camera Coverage of both lead and chase cards
  • Live drone for overhead angles 
  • Live in-studio commentating from Hannah McBeth and Juliana Korver (WNC) and Central Coast’s Ian Anderson and Philo Brathwaite (USDGC)

Live scoring

UDisc does a phenomenal job covering the hole-by-hole scoring of professional disc golf events including the USDGC. Go online to or download their app to follow the entire field’s scores. Check out player stats, too while you’re there.

Social Media

Keeping abreast of the event and all its happenings on social media is super easy. On the USDGC and Innova Disc Golf Facebook and USDGC and Innova Instagram accounts you will find an abundance of updated posts, incredible photos, highlight videos, alerts to fresh content and more. The official hashtag for this year’s event is #USDGC2020.

Caddie Book

Don’t forget to check out the 2020 Caddie Book. There's one for the USDGC and WNC course layouts. The hole by hole illustrations are a great resource to have nearby while watching coverage.

What to watch


The US Champion is one of the most coveted titles in disc golf. This year, the title is even more significant because the USDGC is the only Major event of the year. Every other Major planned for 2020 was cancelled due to covid-19. So who will be the 2020 US Champion? Frontrunners include:

  • Defending US Champ James Conrad of Blacksburg, Va.
  • 2-time World Champ Ricky Wysocki, of Campobello, S.C.
  • 2-Time US Champion and 5-Time World Champ Paul McBeth of Huntington Beach, CA.

The USDGC’s Feature Card will be covered during Round 1 on Oct. 7. Tune-in to watch a talent packed card including James Conrad test their mettle against the tough-as-nails Winthrop Arena Course.

After the first round, coverage will then be based on score leaders. Expect lead / chase card coverage to begin in the early afternoon.

Women’s National Championship

One of the many effects of the global pandemic was an abbreviated pro tour. Many events planned for the spring were cancelled including the US Women’s Disc Golf Championship, which was slated to play in May in California.

However, top women will still get a chance to earn a national title. A special Women’s National Championship will be held alongside the USDGC this year.

This is not the first time a women’s national champion was crowned at Winthrop. The first three PDGA Majors used to determine a Women’s National Champion took place at Winthrop alongside the USDGC from 1999-2001.

Live coverage will also feature this field as well. Expect to see the top women in the game like:

  • 5-time World Champ Paige Pierce (and four-time USDGC competitor)
  • 2014 World Champ Catrina Allen

Don’t miss it!

Being without live spectators is certainly a disappointment to everyone involved in the USDGC and hopes are high for their return next year.

However, 2020 digital coverage will bring you just as close to the action. And just like every other year, the Winthrop Arena Course promises drama at every turn. We promise, you won’t be able to look away.