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**PKC National Point Season

The 2014-2015 PKC National Point Season began July 7, 2014 and will end July 5, 2015.  All memberships must be current at the end of the season (July 2015)  to remain in the final ratings and be eligible for awards at the 2015 PKC National Awards Banquet held at the Wyndham Hotel (airport) in Indianapolis, Indiana.  We look forward to seeing you there.

13 thoughts on “Home / PKC National Headquarters

  1. On thurs of last week I submitted an application for my daughter, Breanna Grimwood, for PKC membership. I was wondering if the application was processed as of yet.

    Thank you,

    Garry Grimwood

  2. Good day to you,

    Just a quick question is the PKC just for Karate schools or r other martial arts styles welcome ? I m the owner and head instructor of TALONS MARTIAL ARTS . We teach TaeKwonDo

    • We have many different styles of martial arts involved in the PKC. About 1/3 are TaeKwonDo schools. We welcome all martial artists. You can speak with your Regional Director, Mr. Donnie Michael (Indiana area) or fill out an Associate School or Individual application from our website and we will be happy to forward it to Mr. Michael. Thank you for your interest and support. The PKC Regional season is about to begin again in January, so this would be a good time to join. We look forward to hearing from you again, and if you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to email us at

  3. tell me is there a way to look into the pkc records and find my schools records from the 90’s curwensville karate club instructor tood butler,hugh murphy in,thanks structor it would nice way to talk to old stundents about the good old days thanks hugh murphy

    • The only records I see in 1994 is Instructor Todd Butler and student Stephen Bloom from Curwensville, PA. Neither placed in the Top Ten National Series, but both were PKC Members.

  4. Can you please let me know the measurements of a kumate mat and how far from each other we start before the match begins. ( where its taped off at where we stand). We are wanting to practice at our dojo with the correct measurements.
    Thank you for your time.

  5. I was wondering if anyone consider having a 50 and over division for national points or a 60 and over division for national points.The division now is bb men 43+Its rough competing wit guys under 50. Thanks alot,Bert

    • The tournament promoters require minimum of 4 competitors to create a division. If we see the tournament promoters begin running 50+ divisions we will be happy to create a point division to match. Talk to the tournament promoters as you compete.

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