MADISONVILLE, KY. – Hopkins County Tourist and Convention Commission is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the 2022 Kentucky State Disc Golf Championships. The event will be held in Madisonville on September 23rd – 25th.  

“This is the 14th year that the Professional Disc Golf Association has come to Madisonville for the “Madisonville Open”, and the second year the event is hosting the 2022 Kentucky State Disc Golf Championship” said course designer and event director, HB Clark. Hopkins County Tourist and Convention Commission has been the presenting sponsor for the event since its inception.

The event will be held at both Madisonville City Park and Mahr Park Disc Golf Courses – both designed and built by HB Clark Signature Disc Golf Course Designs. “The City Park course, installed in 2007, was rated as one of the top 25 courses in the world in its early years. Now Mahr Park is considered by many top touring pros to be the best course on tour!” said Clark.

Professional players and top-level Amateur divisions will play three rounds at Mahr Park each day.  The lower divisions of Amateur players will play Saturday and Sunday at City Park. 

Tricia Noel, Executive Director of Hopkins County Tourist and Convention Commission, said “With over 100 players registered, representing 11 states, the hotel stays, food, gas, and other expenditures for this 3-day event will significantly boost the economic impact in Madisonville and Hopkins County.” Registration is still growing, but of the 110 players registered at the time of press, 44% will be traveling to Madisonville from out of state. Over 98% of registered players reside outside of Madisonville.

Bluegrass Disc Golf will have a pro shop set up at Madisonville City Park, during the event, open to the public. There you can browse the discs, bags, and accessories, ask questions on disc golf, and see the live results in the Club House.

Spectators are welcome in both parks but must remain on walking paths or roads and not on the course.

Visit for a full schedule of events and starting times. For more information, contact the event director, HB Clark at 270-792-0672 or Hopkins County Tourist and Convention Commission at 270-821-4171.