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Here are the many ways you can get in touch with the Toronto Island Open (TIO) Team.





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still have questions?

here’s some a’s for your q’s
How do I know which division I should register for?

Check out the PDGA division descriptions and recommended ratings:

Or reach out to any member of Team TIO and we can help you out.

Can I register for both days of Toronto Island Open Silver?

In the spirit of accessibility and allowing as many players as possible an opportunity to participate, we’d suggest signing up for your preferred division first. If the tournament hasn’t filled up, we’d love to have you back for a second day.

Is there early registration for the Toronto Island Open Silver this year?

We’re excited to offer early registration to all of our 2023 volunteers! If you want to guarantee yourself early registration for TIO Silver next year, reach out to us about volunteering at TIO Pro later this summer.

Can I play both of the TIO Am and TIO Pro events?

Absolutely! Keep in mind that TIO Pro is intended for pros and advanced amateurs. We do not offer MA2/FA2 or below at that event. 

Want to be involved with TIO?  We’re always looking for volunteers. And you’ll also get early registration for your choice of upcoming TIO Silver or Gold events. Send us an email at

Is the Toronto Island disc golf course cart?

Yes – This is one of the most cart friendly courses in Toronto! We highly recommend using a cart for your event round as rounds on average take about 4 hours to complete.

What’s happened to the Toronto Island Maple Leaf?

New name, same great player experience. 

If you take a deep dive into the history of disc golf in Toronto, you’ll see that before there was the Toronto Island Maple Leaf, there was the Toronto Island Open. 

Dating as far back as 1984, Toronto Island Open brand has a rich history of disc golf featuring legacy superstars and local legends such as Jim Ola Pay (1984), Elaine King (1992), Eric Vandenberg (1997), Brad Schick (1998), Juliana Korver (1999) Avery Jenkins (2000), Brian Guru Hoeniger (2001), Steve Schultz (2003), Brian Mace (2003), Steve Brinster (2004), and Kim Scott-wood (2005) to name a few.

So this year, we’re taking it back to the roots. 

To honour the rich history and heritage of disc golf events on Toronto Island,  the Toronto Island Maple Leaf is now officially called the Toronto Island Open.

Will the PRO event still happen?

Yes. Team TIO is working on finalizing event details and will announce the event as soon as possible. Formerly TIML Gold, the TIO Gold is our premier event, intended for more advanced players. It will include the same divisions as last year (MPO, FPO, MP40, MA1, FA1, MA40/50, FA40/50 and juniors).