Coverage schedules for the Disc Golf Pro Tour exhibition event
February 10, 2022 by Charlie Eisenhood in News with 0 comments
Welcome to the unofficial start of the 2022 disc golf season! The Disc Golf Pro Tour All-Star Weekend kicks off on Friday, February 11th, and wraps up on Sunday, February 13th, a perfect prelude to the Super Bowl on Sunday night. The event takes place at the El Conquistador resort in Tucson, AZ, on a temporary course designed by Pete Ulibarri.
What is the schedule of live video streams for the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour All-Star Weekend?
On Thursday night at 8 PM Eastern, the All-Star draft will be aired live on DGN and the DGPT YouTube channel as Eagle McMahon, Calvin Heimburg, Paige Pierce, and Catrina Allen pick their teams for the weekend.
Friday’s skills competition and Saturday’s doubles play will be exclusively available on Disc Golf Network for subscribers, with FPO action beginning at 3 PM Eastern on Friday and 10 AM Eastern on Saturday. MPO action starts at 6 PM ET on Friday and 2:30 PM ET on Saturday.
Sunday’s singles play to conclude the event will air both on DGN and YouTube at 10 AM (FPO) and 2:30 PM (MPO).
Who is commentating on the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour All-Star Weekend?
The commentators on the DGPT All-Star Weekend are Terry Miller (play-by-play), Nate Doss (MPO color), and Valerie Jenkins Doss (FPO color). Reporting from the course will be Jamie Thomas and Madison Walker.
Is there any free coverage of the DGPT All-Star Weekend?
The Thursday night draft and Sunday singles competition will air live for free on the Disc Golf Pro Tour YouTube channel. There is no post-produced coverage of this event from JomezPro, Gatekeeper Media, GK Pro, or other YouTube channels.
Will there be a press conference at the DGPT All-Star Weekend?
Yes, there are two press conferences. One aired on Wednesday afternoon:
There is another press conference today that airs at 12:30 PM Eastern:
Can I watch the DGPT All-Star Weekend in person?
Yes, tickets are available for all three days of the All-Star Weekend. Tickets are $20 on Friday, $40 on Saturday and Sunday, and $75 for a three-day pass.