Presidents Cup 2020 has been cancelled.

The 10th edition of the Presidents Cup will be organized in 2021. Date TBA.

Presidents Cup is a prestigious team event between the United States and Europe. The two teams are pit against each other to resolve which one is the best disc golf continent. The 2020 Presidents Cup is a special one as it's the 10th edition of this great team event! The Presidents Cup will be played at Nokia on July 15th, 2020.

This exciting event takes place a day before the European Open in Nokia DiscGolfPark. The compact single day event is a perfect way to really kick off the five-day long disc golf galore. The Presidents Cup consists of two 9-hole rounds and players compete against their rivals to earn points for their team. Elite players from both continents earn the right to represent their team through a qualification process which ensures that the best players from North America and Europe will face each other in July.

Team United States has been victorious in all previous Presidents Cups since the inception of the event in 2006, but the battle for the Presidents Cup has become tighter year by year.

Victorious Team USA from Presidents Cup 2017. Photo: Eino Ansio.

Presidents Cup 2019 Recap, Scores & Stats

The Team USA remains undefeated in 2019 with the amazing 9th consecutive Presidents Cup victory! Check the 2019 Presidents Cup recap on how it went down.

Full scores and stats are available on UDisc.

Rules, Qualification Criteria & Schedule

The Presidents Cup 2020 rules, qualification criteria and schedule will be published in March, after the 2019 Yearend PDGA World rankings have been announced.

Past Presidents Cup Champions

2006 – Team USA: David Feldberg (C), Carrie Bergolar, Ken Climo, Nathan Doss, Avery Jenkins, Valarie Jenkins.

2007 – Team USA: David Feldberg (C), Carrie Bergolar, Ken Climo, Nathan Doss, Avery Jenkins, Valarie Jenkins, Dana Lawton, Terry Roddy.

2009 – Team USA: David Feldberg (C), Carrie Bergolar, Ken Climo, Nathan Doss, Avery Jenkins, Valarie Jenkins.

2010 – Team USA: David Greenwell (C), Ken Climo, Nathan Doss, David Feldberg, Avery Jenkins, Valarie Jenkins, Nikko Locastro, Eric McCabe, Des Reading, Paul Ulibarri.

2011 – Team USA: David Greenwell (C), Nathan Doss, David Feldberg, Avery Jenkins, Valarie Jenkins, Nikko Locastro, Paul McBeth, Paige Pierce, Will Schusterick, Paul Ulibarri.

2013 – Team USA: Avery Jenkins (C), Catrina Allen, Nathan Doss, David Feldberg, Nikko Locastro, Paul McBeth, Paige Pierce, Will Schusterick, Richard Wysocki.

2015 – Team USA: Eric McCabe (C), Catrina Allen, Nathan Doss, David Feldberg, Paul McBeth, Paige Pierce, Will Schusterick, Paul Ulibarri, Richard Wysocki.

2017 - Team USA: David Feldberg (C), Catrina Allen, Nathan Doss, Valarie Jenkins, Jeremy Koling, Paul McBeth, Eagle McMahon, Nathan Sexton, Richard Wysocki, Paul Ulibarri (res.).

2019 - Team Ford USA: Nate Sexton (C), Catrina Allen, Gregg Barsby, James Conrad, Kevin Jones, Paul McBeth, Eagle McMahon, Paige Pierce, Ricky Wysocki, Jeremy Koling (res.), Hannah McBeth (res.).

Past Team Europe Rosters

2007 - Markus Källström, Christer Köhler, Birgitte Lagerholm, Jesper Lundmark, Anne Matilainen, Timo Pursio, Anders Swärd, Hans Tegeback.

2009 - Angelica Frantz, Markus Källström, Birgitta Lagerholm, Jesper Lundmark, Karl Johan Nybo, Timo Pursio.

2011 - Camilla Jernberg, Markus Källström, Simon Lizotte, Jesper Lundmark, Anne Matilainen, Karl Johan Nybo, Seppo Paju, Ville Piippo.

2013 - Marco Lehousse (C), Emil Dahlgren, Natalie Holloköi, Henrik Johansen, Simon Lizotte, Hannele Määttä, Karl Johan Nybo, Arttu Sikanen, Tobias Östling, Ander Swärd (res.).

2015 - Derek Robins (C), Camilla Grundén, Natalie Holloköi, Henrik Johansen, Pasi Koivu, Simon Lizotte, Karl Johan Nybo, Seppo Paju, Juho Parviainen. (No reserve player. Jalle Stoor withdrew due to injury and Henrik Johansen, the reserve player, replaced Stoor on the active lineup.)

2017 - Kari Vesala (C), Katka Bodová, Simon Lizotte, Teemu Nissinen, Karl Johan Nybo, Seppo Paju, Leo Piironen, Eveliina Salonen, Jalle Stoor, Lassi Hakulinen (res.).

2019 - Team Ford Europe: Janne Hirsimäki (C), Henna Blomroos, Sylvain Gouge, Simon Lizotte, Väinö Mäkelä, Teemu Nissinen, Karl Johan Nybo, Eveliina Salonen, Jalle Stoor, Leo Piironen (res.), Kristin Tattar (res.).