Stray Disc Tour is an event that combines disc golf, relaxing by the pools and exploring Croatian nature, culture and gastronomy what makes it a perfect holiday for disc golfers, their families and friends. It lasts for nine days, and consists of three PDGA Tier C events played on three different style courses.
The central location for the event is Spa&golf resort Terme Sveti Martin where all players are staying in 4* hotel or 3* apartments.
Following a great response from participants of the first Spa Hills tournament held in 2015, we have decided to take things to a new level and offer players the opportunity to enjoy disc golf holidays with their friends and families. And that's how the Stray Disc Tour came about.
16 competitors played all three stations of the 1st tour in 2016 from Croatia, Austria, Finland, Sweden and Hungary; while an overall of 43 players played at least one round.
Players from the first tour spread the word about their amazing experiences, and as a result, the 2nd Tour saw a growth in the number of players. All locations of the Tour were played by 33 contestants from Austria, Croatia, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Norway, Hungary and Slovenia, while 51 players played at least one round. The third edition of the tour is scheduled for June 30 to July 8, and this time, we expect players not only from all over Europe but also from North America too.
There are only 84 spots available for each round of the event, meaning that the rounds will be played by no more than 21 groups of 4 players.
The tour fee is 850 kn (~115 €, ~140 US$) and includes:
Player gift package
Shuttle bus for the 1st and 2nd event
Meals at the course for two days of each tournament (6 meals)
Bus tour with lunch
Players who can not join the whole tour can play the individual events. The fees are as follows:
Drava Forester Reverse (210 kn / 30€)
Jupiter's Shade (160 kn / ~21 €)
Spa Hills (210 kn / ~30€). Tournament fee for this events includes two meals.
Stray Disc Tour events are played in two am/pro categories - Open Men and Open Women. There will be no age-based divisions. Although, a Junior division will be available in the case where 2 or more players sign up.