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2024 DGPT Europe Tour Pass Exemption Application Open Until January 16

By Charles McCracken


January 22, 2024: All applications have been reviewed and exemptions have been awarded. Competitors who did not receive an exemption have been notified. If you applied for an exemption but did not receive one, please make plans to register via the Tour’s tiered ratings-based registration (full information can be found on this page).


For Immediate Release: 

2024 DGPT Europe Tour Pass Exemption Application Open Until January 16

January 12, 2024: DGPT Europe has opened an application for 2024 DGPT Europe Tour Pass exemptions. Applications are due by the 16th of January. 

In addition to awarding Tour Passes to the competitors who qualified via the 2023 European Pro Tour and 2023 PDGA Euro Tour standings, DGPT Europe will award several exemptions based on applications from competitors who wish to play multiple DGPT Europe events this season. 

Exemptions will be awarded based on 2023 performance (DGPT, EPT, and PDGA Euro Tour points plus PDGA rating) in addition to considerations related to international participation and injury. Competitors will also have the opportunity to provide a short narrative. 

Outside of any who have already qualified, the DGPT Europe tour pass is not intended for U.S.-based players wishing to compete at multiple events on the European swing. 2024 DGPT Tour Card holders can register for the 2024 DGPT Elite Series in Europe via their Tour Card registration, but not DGPT Europe Silver events. All qualified U.S.-based competitors, including 2024 Tour Card holders, can register for DGPT Europe Silver events via standard event-by-event registration in the coming months. 


Competitors who have already qualified for a 2024 DGPT Tour Pass will be receiving an invite to register soon. 

Competitors with questions about the exemption application or the 2024 DGPT Europe Tour Pass should contact DGPT Europe Operations Manager Mikko Wikman (


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