2024 Discraft Great Lakes Open

2024 Discraft Great Lakes Open

Tee off in 100 days | Local Time: 6:33 PM

Disc Golf Pro Tour

A tradition since 1983, the Discraft Great Lakes Open is almost here! Come see the world famous Toboggan course in Milford, Michigan. The DGLO is a one of a kind challenge, featuring the most consistent and stark elevation changes on the Pro Tour.

The Discraft Great Lakes Open was one of the first National Tour events and in its first year on the Pro Tour, it won the DGPT Staff of the Year.

Come see the best disc golf has to offer!

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Recent News

Discraft Great Lakes Open Welcomes Gerrit J Verburg as Presenting Partner for 2024 Event

Today the DGLO event team is announcing a new presenting partner for the 2024 Discraft Great Lakes Open: Gerrit J Verburg.

Zuca Partnership Announcement

Zuca has been a sponsor of the Ledgestone event for several years and will be expanding that to include all of the Ledgestone events in 2024 while also becoming the presenting sponsor of DGLO for 2024.

DGLO Details Announced & Gerrit Verburg Partner Announcement

Today’s announcement includes details on this year's DGLO course schedule, this year’s DGPT added cash, information on the addition of a new course, and Ledgestone’s continued partnership with Gerrit J Verburg.

Bert Kreischer to Appear at the DGPT’s Discraft Great Lakes Open

Bert prepares to attend the Discraft Great Lakes Open, the first Disc Golf Pro Tour Playoff Event of the 2023 season, and Bert’s very first professional Disc Golf event!

DGLO Details Announced, GRIP6 Partnership

GRIP6 will be the newest sponsor of the DGLO event and will step in to the role as presenting sponsor to support Discraft’s efforts. This year’s DGLO will see the addition of two new courses for the AM side, additional added cash into the MPO/FPO fields, the release of a special 40 year logo with DGLO merchandise and a marquis item added to the DGLO player packs for the 2022 event.

Toboggan Course Undergoes Changes

Discraft, in conjunction with Kensington Metropark, is happy to announce that 27 new concrete pads have been poured to replace the rubber pads currently at the course.