EDGA Leagues 2021!

The Edmonton Disc Golf Association is proud to announce that we will be hosting 4 separate leagues for our members during the 2021 disc golf season.

In many years, the Rundle Park League was the only league that was hosted by EDGA, but with an explosion in disc golf popularity and with new courses being added locally,  we have the ability to run 4 separate leagues that will start in April.

On Tuesday nights, players will be able to play in The Hills League. After a successful inaugural season, the league has expanded to provide options for players. There will be an amateur division where players will enter draws for plastic and other prizes, or players can try their hands at the pro division with cash payouts. Both divisions will cost $75 for EDGA members to register in.

Wednesday nights will be the night for EDGA’s two newest leagues: The Norwester League and our Women’s League. Norwester will run out at the 9-hole course on the west end of the city and will feature cash payouts for a $75 registration fee. The Women’s League is a league for our local female disc golfers with just as much competition baked in as the players want there to be! It will be hosted at various courses throughout the season, will cost $0 and players will play for draws and prizes.

Thursday nights will remain Rundle League night. Our longest running league, it will once again be a tiered, cash payout league and will cost EDGA members $100 to enter.

Thank you sponsors!

We would like to take the opportunity to thank our sponsors who have stepped up to ensure that the league experiences for our players are above and beyond!


For more information on each league, please visit the league pages as they were linked throughout the article or through the menu above.

Hermitage Fundraiser Tournament

Help us build a new course in Edmonton! The Edmonton Disc Golf Association is hosting the Edmonton Hermitage Fundraiser Tournament on the weekend of Sunday, March 21st, 2021.

The PDGA sanctioned C-tier tournament will have pro and amateur divisions, as well as women’s divisions and will cost players with PDGA memberships $40 to enter. Money raised from the tournament will help to pay for equipment and other essentials for a potential new course at Hermitage Park.  Players who miss the opportunity to register for the tournament, can choose a donate option on the tournament registration page.

If you’d like to register or donate to the cause, head over to the tournament page at Disc Golf Scene.

For any questions, please contact Tournament Director and EDGA Board Member Wally Ovalle.