The Estonians brought their A-game on the final day of the EPT Copenhagen Open, and with the sun shining and a gallery of spectators in attendance, it was a perfect day for disc golf. The competition was intense, and there were plenty of highlights throughout the day.
In the FPO division, Kaidi Allsalu continued her dominant performance from the previous days, taking home the win with a round of +3 and a total score of +12. She played with precision and was always in control of her game. Anneli Tõugjas-Männiste took second place with a round of +3 and total +19. Heidi Laine and Jenni Karppinen were not far behind, both shooting a total of +20 overall. The FPO cards had some great action, precision putts, and long drives throughout the day. One of the highlights was Tinja Väisänen floating in a huge putt from circle 2. The FPO Division played some fantastic disc golf throughout the weekend, but Kaidi’s dominance was clear and deserved.
In the MPO division, it was a tight battle all the way to the end. Daniel Davidsson, Mauri Villmann, and Samuel Hänninen had a three-way tie towards the end, with Samuel and Mauri taking the MPO to sudden-death playoffs with a score of -21. The sudden playoff was nerve-racking as Mauri saved the first playoff hole with a clutch putt and pushed it to the second hole. Mauri made a great putt for birdie on the second playoff hole, and Samuel was not able to answer. Mauri took home the win after a great performance all weekend long. The MPO cards had some great highlights with multiple fantastic putts. Make sure to check out the EPT Instagram page for the highlights.
All in all, it was a fantastic weekend of disc golf at The Copenhagen Open, the first EPT event of the season. The Estonians took a double win and the vibes were great throughout the event. It was a fantastic way to start the season, and there is much more to come. Next, we are heading to Belgium for the Belgian Open from May 19th to May 21st. You won’t want to miss it!
The course is varied and very challenging featuring both long, open, and narrow holes. The par for the course is 64 with a total length of 2492 meters. There are nine par 3 holes, eight par 4, and one par 5 with an average hole length of 138 meters. Hole 5 plays as an island hole and there are mandatories on holes 1, 4, 8, 10 and 14. There will be clearly marked arrows on the respective trees, mandatory lines on the grass, and drop zones on hole 1, 8, 10 and 14.
Follow The Event Online:
If you cannot make it to the course, you can easily follow the event live from Disc Golf Stream with huge upgrades compared to last year’s broadcasts. More cameras, infographics, and separate streams for both divisions mean a deeper dive into what is going on at the course. The final round live broadcast is streamed for free on Youtube and Disc Golf Stream.
If the live stream is not your thing, there is again the best of Europe on the field capturing the best post-production for your eyes for free. MDG Media is handling both division’s lead cards and KJ Disc is capturing the Open division chase card.
Just want to know who is winning? Follow the scoring live on UDisc Live!
Disc Golf Stream
Press Conference, Rounds 1, 2, and 3. Extras.
MPO and FPO Feature/Lead Cards:
MDG Media on Youtube
MPO Chase Card:
KJ Disc on Youtube