Originally Posted by Flatroc
I am a current PDGA member (4438).
I have been playing golf with discs for 22 years of which 18 have been pro.
I am 56 years old.
My PDGA rating is 934.
What division of a PDGA gig can I legally play in, according to my ratings?
From the FAQ section at pdga.com
How does your rating affect what division you can enter?
All amateurs with the exception of aged based divisions, like Juniors or Masters and older, compete in divisions based on rating levels. You may not play in a lower division if your rating is above a certain number. The chart for 2009 is located at www.pdga.com/documents/divisions-ratings-points-factors
. In addition, there are ratings events where everyone – Ams and Pros – play in a division based on their rating. Players are always allowed to enter divisions even higher than their current rating, just never below.
According to the chart, It looks like you can legally play in the following divisions (with your current rating of 934): open, open master, open grandmaster, advanced, and advanced master.