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Here are the PDGA guidelines for choosing which division to compete:
Open - The top professional division, available to players of any age or sex. An average Open player has several years experience, throws 325-400
feet accurately, makes 6-8/10 putts from 25-30 feet, and has a variety
of shots (rollers, forehands, etc) to draw from. Ratings Guideline: 970+
Score range: <56
Masters - Age specific division for professional players who are 40 years or older.
Grandmasters - Age specific division for professional players who are 50 years or older.
Advanced - The top amateur division, available to all amateur players. Required
division for male amateur players under 40 years of age with ratings
>= 935. Tournament experienced players who have played disc golf for
several years, and developed consistency. Throw 300-450 feet, make
5-7/10 putts from 25-30 feet, have different shots in their arsenal.
Score range: < 58
Adv Masters - Age specific division for amateur players who are 40 years or older.
Intermediate - Available to amateur players of all
ages with player ratings < 935. Developing players who have played
2-3 years with improved consistency and accuracy. Throw 250-350 feet,
make 5-7/10 putts from 20 feet. Score range: <63
Recreational - Available to amateur players of all
ages with player ratings < 900. For players who have played 1-2 years
and are gaining consistency and experience. Throw 200-300 feet, make
4-6/10 putts from 20 feet, learning different shots. Score range: 63+
Junior - Age specific division for players who are 13 years or younger.