The 2023 European Pro Tour season is beginning with a bang as the prestigious Copenhagen Open, presented by Prodigy Disc is yet again the first stop of the European Pro Tour. This beloved disc golf tournament has been a highlight of the European disc golf scene since 2008 and has earned a place in the hearts of many. The tournament returns to the gorgeous Valbyparken in central Copenhagen, promising to showcase the best of European disc golf.

As a spectator, you have two options: you can come to Valbyparken to watch the event for free, or you can tune in to Disc Golf Stream’s live broadcasts. The Open division and Women’s rounds will have separate live streams, with all rounds featuring post-produced shot-by-shot coverage of both lead cards and the Open division’s chase card.

General Information:

Venue:

  • Valbyparken
  • Hammelstrupvej, Copenhagen, Denmark (Google Maps)
  • Detailed course information will be published on the event website 

Media Coverage:

All three competition rounds are live broadcasted to DGS with separate broadcasts from FPO division and MPO division following the entire division.

  • Live Press Conference on the last day before competition rounds.
  • Post-produced shot-by-shot coverage from MPO and FPO feature/lead cards are produced by MDG Media

MPO Chase card post-production produced by KJ Disc

Recap of Copenhagen Open 2022:

Lets take a look back at last years open. Daniel Davidsson and Rachel Turton were on fire throughout the three days and were crowned champions in MPO and FPO divisions respectively. Davidsson held onto his lead throughout the tournament, finishing with a four-stroke lead over second-place finisher Mikael Häme. Ville Ahokas and Joonas Aalto had a tight battle and tied for third place. In the FPO division, Turton had a solid lead of ten strokes before the final round and finished with a comfortable lead over the rest of the field. Camilla Kampen and Heidi Laine battled it out for second place, with Laine ultimately winning by one throw. The Finns were on top last year, with the top six positions in MPO and the top three positions in FPO all going to Finnish players. Now only time will tell who ends up on top this year!