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DGPT Launches 2023 Partnerships Programs

By Charles McCracken

For Immediate Release: 

DGPT Launches 2023 Partnerships Programs

December 7th, 2022: 2023 Disc Golf Pro Tour (DGPT) partnership programs are now open. Prospective partners can explore an expanded slate of opportunities ranging from on-course advertising to Disc Golf Network ad placement and unique sponsorship activations in the Tour’s 2023 partnership deck. You can find a complete list of partnership and advertising opportunities here

Sean Jack, VP of Partnerships for the DGPT, had the following to say about the Tour’s 2023 partnership programs: “Our partners are critical to the success of DGPT, and we’re psyched about the 2023 season! We’ve got lots of great opportunities to deliver high impact. I’m excited to work with our supporters to create visibility and elevate their brand.” 

Begin Planning Your Partnership Today!

The Tour will target more non-endemic brands as partners for 2023 and beyond while adding more value to its premier partnership program. Premier partners will now access enhanced event reporting metrics, media licensing & vending opportunities, and DGPT brand licensing for commemorative item production. Additional partnership & advertising opportunities for specific events, including the PDGA Pro World Championship and DGPT Silver Events, will be released at a later date. 

Continued Growth & Impact in 2022

With total views on the Disc Golf Network increasing by over 40% in 2022, the Tour collected over 50 million views across all its channels. While maintaining an average watch time of over 40 minutes, advertising with the Disc Golf Pro Tour connected Tour partners to over 3.3 million unique viewers on YouTube alone. In 2023, advertising opportunities will expand alongside a record-breaking season schedule spanning nine months and two continents.

New Opportunities for 2023

The Tour has developed a robust program for a 2023 Point Series Partner. Like the PGA Tour’s FedExCup, the Tour will offer significant and repeatable impact via its season-long points competition, culminating with the Tour Championship. Additionally, the Tour is now offering more on-course advertising activations and will expand live coverage advertising opportunities to include a season package designed for small businesses to connect with the disc golf fanbase. 


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