- This is about having fun and camaraderie, as well as, a sense
of competition among the local golfers. The purpose of the
Bag Tag is to add another element to personal, league, and
tournament rounds of disc golf.
- Your goal is to have the lowest numbered Bag Tag possible.
When players participate in Bag Tag challenges, the player
with the lowest round score earns the lowest numbered Bag
Tag among the challengers. Bag Tags must be exchanged
immediately following the round.
- In the event of a tie, Players retain original tags unless other
options were agreed upon prior to the start of the round by all
players. (i.e., ties can be broken in a sudden death format if
participating players have agreed upon this prior to the round
- Players must display Bag Tags on the outside of their bag at
all times. This is done not only for challenges but for
advertising of the club as well.
- If you are found to be purposely concealing a Bag Tag with a
low number, or that you appear to be refusing to carry your
Bag Tag to avoid challenges, you will be asked to surrender
your Bag Tag and assigned the highest Bag Tag .
- You may only challenge those with a LDGA Bag Tag; no other
Bag Tags are eligible to participate in challenges. You must
have your Bag Tag with you to challenge or accept challenges.
- Challenges MUST be verbally agreed upon at the beginning of
- Challenges may be made in person, by telephone or e-mail.
The player receiving the challenge can choose the course to be
played. If the challenger cannot agree to a reasonable time or
date for the match within the coming week, the challenge is
void and both players may look for new challenges.
- Challenges are on a round by round basis when playing
recreational. Additional rules can be made during casual play,
provided that the rules are agreed to prior to the beginning of
the round by all participants.
- When a challenge via telephone, verbally, or e-mail has been
accepted, neither player can participate in another challenge
until the agreed upon match has taken place.
- When you play in the Lumberton monthly at Luther Britt
Park, you automatically have a mandatory group challenge
with all LDGA Bag Tag holders at the tournament. This
challenge does not have to be publicly announced or agreed
upon before the start of the round, as it is automatic.
- During the Lumberton Monthly at Luther Britt Park, the
final tag order will be determined by the two round total
scores. In the event of a tie, the tied player with the lowest
Bag Tag before the tournament will receive the lowest Bag
Tag between the tie after the tournament.
- If you lose your Bag Tag, you must report it immediately and
pay $20.00 to replace the missing tag. You will be assigned
the lowest unassigned Bag Tag.
- Rules are subject to change and the LDGA officers will
decide all disputes. The LDGA reserves the right to revoke
your Bag Tag at our discretion.