The EuroTour is a championship series of up to 6 leading events across Europe, featuring many of the continent’s
biggest and best events. Participating players earn points at each event towards the season-long EuroTour titles and cash bonuses.
Some defining factors for the EuroTour are:
- To guarantee the better players the option to obtain a spot at one of the events, and thus potentially a better event, the ratings procedure is completely ratings-based; the higher rated players get to register earlier.
- A championship series of 6 leading events across Europe, featuring some of the continent’s biggest and best events. Divisions offered are: Pro Open (MPO), Pro Women (FPO), Pro Master (MPM), Pro Grandmaster (MPG) and Junior (MJ1).
- Bids from the countries for EuroTour (ET) events must be submitted to the EuroTour Manager and the ET sub-Committee by September 30th of the previous year. This group will make recommendations for the
EuroTour event schedule to the PDGA Europe Committee by October 30, with approval and announcement of the annual EuroTour schedule to follow.
- The EuroTour Manager is appointed by the PDGA Europe Committee. The Manager coordinates the ET
schedule, collects the event fees, organizes and distributes the Series bonus payouts and medals,
conducts an annual review of the ET, and tracks the accounting of the ET and PDGA Europe finances.