Challenge Each Other. Challenge Your Game.

Multi-format, customizable disc golf events designed to be fun and educational experiences while introducing Millennium Golf Discs to players.

 

Take the Millennium Challenge

It’s termed a “Challenge” not only because participants are competing against each other in skill-based divisions, but because Millennium is challenging the performance of the golf discs each golfer currently has in his or her bag. It’s a disc golf experience that can be enjoyed by seasoned players and beginners alike, and the players pack gives each registered player what they need to participate in the event.

Play Smart. Keep it Simple. Throw Millennium.


What makes it customizable?

Millennium Challenge participants play in either one or two rounds of any of the below formats. It’s up to the Tournament Director to select and execute the format(s) of play that best fit the interests of the group.

What is unique about the Millennium Challenge is the players pack. Each golfer can choose the exact 2-3 discs, plastics, and weights he or she wants. Each golfer can research and select the discs to fit their style of play, to fill a void in their bag, or make strategic sense for the course.

 

Millennium Challenge at Largo, FL

Event Formats


2-Disc Challenge

The Millennium 2-Disc Challenge is a beginner-friendly disc golf tournament designed to introduce Millennium Golf Discs to players who haven’t had the chance to try out many of the models offered by Millennium. It is intended to be a fun and educational experience. While competitive players are more than welcome to participate, the intended audience is recreational players, leagues, and clubs who want to learn more about Millennium discs. For the price of entry (which is less than the price of two discs) each player receives a player’s pack of 2 Millennium Golf Discs. Each player must compete using only these two discs in addition to their own putter for the entire round. The only other rule is that one of the two discs from the players pack must be used from the tee pad.


3-Disc Challenge

The Millennium 3-Disc Challenge is a beginner-friendly disc golf tournament also designed to introduce Millennium Golf Discs to players. It is intended to be a fun and educational experience. For the price of entry (which is less than the price of three discs) each player receives a player’s pack consisting of an Omega SuperSoft putter, and 2 other Millennium Golf Discs of the player’s choice. Each player must compete using only these three discs for the entire round.


Deuce-or-Die

The Millennium Deuce-or-Die format is a beginner-friendly disc golf event designed for fun, and lots of Birdies. It’s simple…you either get a 2 on the hole, or you don’t. The player from each division with the most birdies in the round will win. For the price of entry (which is less than the price of two discs) each player receives a player’s pack of 2 Millennium Golf Discs. Each player must compete using only these two discs in addition to their own putter for the entire round. The only other rule is that one of the two discs from the players pack must be used from the tee pad.


Doubles

Doubles is a team-based disc golf event format where teams of two compete for the lowest “best shot” score. Teams are formed in random-draw process facilitated by the Tournament Director. It is recommended to do a Doubles round as the second round of the day, after utilizing a Singles-format round to establish an A and B pool based on scores. Then each team would be comprised of both an A and B pool player. Each player must compete using only the two discs from the players pack in addition to their own putter for the entire round. The only other rule is that one of the two discs from the players pack must be used from the tee pad.


Three-Headed Monster

This is the most unique format of play in the Millennium Challenge, and perhaps one of the most fun team-formats in Disc Golf. This format consists of 3-person teams competing against each other in both skill and strategy. The team with the lowest score wins…but it takes a team effort. Each team must take 6 drives from each player in a round of 18 holes. And when a player’s drive is selected, this player sits out the remainder of that hole while his or her other two teammates finish the hole in “best shot” format. After a player’s 6 drives are taken, they can no longer drive from the tee pad. Be calculated about when and why you select the drives that you do, because this competition all comes down to the final few holes, culminating with a one-shot-only drive from the 18th tee pad.

Each team will be assigned by random-draw process facilitated by the Tournament Director and will be composed of an A-pool, B-pool, and C-pool player – based on scores from a Singles round. A Millennium Golf Disc must be used as each player’s drive. Choose wisely and play smart as a team to come out on top!