We play and promote disc golf in the Comox Valley.

I. Bag Tag Rules
  • Always have fun and follow the rules and spirit of disc golf.
  • The goal is to  obtain the lowest numbered Bag Tag possible in fun challenges.
  • Carry and display your Bag Tag where others can easily see it at all times.
II. Rules of Engagement

  • Members who possess a current Bag Tag may issue/schedule/participate in challenge(s).
  • Any member with a tag may challenge any player with a tag, regardless of position.
  • Members cannot avoid challenges by leaving the Bag Tag at home or by concealing it.
  • Challenges may be made in person, via phone or social media.
  • When a challenge has been accepted, neither player can participate in other tag matches until the agreed upon match has taken place.
  • Person with the lowest score in the challenge receives the lowest tag immediately after round.
III. Formal Challenges (Me vs You)
  • The player receiving a challenge gets to choose the course and format and must make a “fair and reasonable” effort to be available within 2 weeks.
  • If the challenger cannot agree to a reasonable time or date for the match within the coming week, the challenge is void and both players may look for new challenges.
  • Once the challenge has been agreed upon, any changes must be agreed upon otherwise a forfeiture may occur.
  • Your challenge is not complete or valid until you have reported your round.
  • Challenges are for one round only unless previously agreed upon.
IV. Casual Round Challenges (CRC)
  • Members  may casually meet at a course OR run in to each other and decide to compete for bag tags in:
    •    Head-to-Head (me vs. you) challenges;
    •    Group Challenges where all members in group swap tags according to score.

Note: Casual round challenges are optional and must be agreed upon before a round starts.

V. Club Day Bag Tag Shuffle
We  will occasionally hold a big club day tag shuffle. Everyone who shows up puts their tag in the middle.  At the end, tags are sorted and handed out according to score.

*Report page within 48 hours of playing.

VI. Wins, Ties, and Exchanges
Q: How do I win?
A: The player with the lowest score at the end of the challenge round earns the lowest numbered Bag Tag among the challengers.

Q: I won, when do I receive my winning Bag Tag?
A: Bag Tags must be exchanged immediately following the round.

Q: What happens if we have a tie?
A: In the event of a tie, tags are not exchanged. Players may choose to settle a tie in play-off holes or closest to the pin toss if the player that started with the lowest number Bag Tag agrees.


VII. Rematches
Challengers who have just won, may, but do not have to accept/schedule a rematch challenge from a player that they had just beaten unless one of the following occurs:

  • Either player completes another, separate tag challenge.
  • One week has passed.
  • The rematch is taking place during a group round.


VIII. Forfeiture
Each Bag Tag belongs to the entire club membership and should be accessible to all club members.  Any club member will be required to surrender his/her Bag Tag if:
•    He/She is found to be purposely concealing the Bag Tag, especially with a low number.
•    Refusing to carry his/her Bag Tag, especially to events.
•    Generally denying Bag Tag access to other members (TBD by 2 or more club officials).

If you lose your Bag Tag, please report it immediately.  You may then purchase the next lowest number Bag Tag available. Replacement tags, if available, will cost $10.00.



IX. Important!!!
IX. Important!!!

You must report the results of your round using the submit button on the bag tag report page within 48 hours of playing.


Bag Tags Report

Fill in the form below with the date of the match and everyone's tag number after the round.

Even if you don't know what everyone else came out with, it helps to keep track of what round you are talking about if you let us know who you played with.

*NOTE! If you kept your tag, please fill that in so that there is a record of your game.

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