DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course is home a number of local and PDGA sanctioned events each year.
Santa Cruz Masters Cup
Since 1986 the Masters Cup has been played at DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course in Santa Cruz, CA. The event has long been one of the foremost events on the PDGA tour, and has been the leader in tournament innovation, having been the to continually run a 3 day, one round per day tournament format, and one of the first tournaments to use a 27 hole format.
This tournament combines DeLaveaga DGC with the DeLaveaga ball course which has an 18 hole disc golf course for a an epic event that brings in all the biggest names in the sport.
The Faultline Classic is one of two PDGA tournaments played on the legendary DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course, and traditionally serves as the California State Championship event.
The Faultline Classic was initially held in 1990 as a pro-only event to commemorate the infamous Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989 which was centered less than 10 miles from the DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course in Santa Cruz, CA. Disc Golf Hall of Fame member Marty Hapner and fellow DeLaveaga Disc Golf pioneer David LeVan came up with the idea in January 1990 as they were driving to the Beserkely Best Pairs event at Aquatic Park.
The DeLaVeaga Disc Golf Club has hosted a monthly tournament held the first Saturday of the month since 1984, routinely drawing players from all over California and beyond.
Currently the monthly is structured with Tee Times and sign-ups through DiscGolfScene.
Multiple divisions are offered and players of all levels are encouraged to participate.
Good Neighbor Open
This event was created in 2012 as a gesture of peace between neighbors, the DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course and DeLaveaga Golf Course. The annual Open Tournament is played in the Fall on the Municipal "Muni" Disc Golf Course, semi-permanently installed on the front 9 of the ball golf course.
What started out as our Winter Ice Bowl, has turned into the one day annual charity event for local hunger relief.
58 holes of continuous competition.
"No Wimps! No Whiners!"
This all women's tournament is part of the Poppy Series.