The Estonian Open concluded with an exhilarating final day filled with remarkable performances and tight competition. The favorable weather conditions and a bustling gallery of spectators at Korvemaa set the stage for an unforgettable conclusion. Once again, the Estonian players showcased their dominance, with Teele Toomsalu and Mauri Villmann emerging as the victors, capturing the hearts of the crowd.

In the FPO division, Teele Toomsalu delivered an exceptional performance, displaying determination and skill throughout the final day. In a captivating finish on the last hole, Teele secured a well-deserved victory against tough competition, finishing with a total score of +2. It was an emotional finish proving that anything is possible as Teele managed to qualify for the event only a few days prior and she played 75 points over her PDGA rating over the three rounds. Anneli Tõugjas-Männiste showcased her talent and consistency, coming in a close second with a total score of +3, falling just short on the final hole. Kaidi Allsalu secured third-place, displaying solid gameplay and ending with a total score of +4, earning valuable tour points.

Meanwhile, the MPO division kept spectators on the edge of their seats with electrifying highlights and battles. Mauri Villmann dominated the field, delivering an awe-inspiring performance that left no doubt about his skills. With an impressive overall score of -32 and a scorching final round of -12, Mauri’s mastery of the course secured him the Estonian Open title, marking his second European Pro Tour win of the year. Ville Ahokas also displayed skill and consistency, securing a second-place finish with a total score of -26. Severi Saviniemi and Mikael Häme tied for third place, with Severi ultimately winning the trophy after a playoff.

Overall the Estonian Open provided a weekend of outstanding disc golf and great vibes. We also want to thank the organisers at Korvemaa for their fanatstic work towards the event. Next weekend we head to the Nokia Open where the players will get to challenge the renowned “beast layout.” The Nokia Open is something you don’t want to miss so tune in next weekend on Disc Golf Stream!


The Course:

The Estonian Open 2023 is scheduled to be held at the beautiful Kōrvemaa Hike & Ski Resort in Aegviidu, Estonia. The course features beautiful wooded holes in a challenging landscape, hole number 18 is thrown over a pond (Caddy Map from here). Situated just 60km away from Tallinn, the country’s capital, this scenic venue promises a memorable experience. In addition to the thrilling tournament, the resort provides a wide range of free-time activities suitable for all ages. So, seize the opportunity and bring your family along for an unforgettable time!

Recap of the Belgian Open:

The Belgian Open concluded with thrilling performances that left fans buzzing with excitement. Heidi Laine emerged as the FPO champion with a total score of +5, displaying impressive power and determination. In the MPO division, Teemu Talikainen dominated the competition with exceptional putting and skill, finishing with an impressive total score of -26. Ville Ahokas and Rasmus Saukkoriipi shared second place with -20, while Miro Ryhänen claimed fourth with a score of -19.

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, the best of European disc golf media are on the field capturing the best post-production, for free. MDG Media is handling both division’s lead cards. Just want to know who is winning? Follow the scoring live on UDisc Live!

Live Broadcasts:

Disc Golf Stream
Press Conference, Rounds 1, 2, and 3. Extras.

MPO and FPO Feature/Lead Cards:
MDG Media on Youtube