Big moves and crazy shots in MPO

Second round in Järva Open offered some huge moves on the scoreboard. One of the biggest climbers today was Norwegian Håkon Kveseth, who threw the hottest round (-11) and climbed to lead card for final round. And Håkon started today’s round at 62th place. A huge movement was seen also by Samuel Hänninen who scored -9 and climbed from 69th place to tied 8th place. Quite impressing job from these guys. Impressing was also Niklas Anttila’s insane eagle on hole 15 – 82 meters just through the forest and there it was. Maybe shot of the year so far? Niklas played quite solid -5 round in the Järva today and it keeps him in tied lead. Tied with Niklas is Norwegian Knut Valen Håland who scored a bogey-free -7 today. Lead card for tomorrow’s final round will be Håland, Anttila and Kveseth, joined with Rasmus Saukkoriipi (-5 today). Lead card will chased by Mikael Häme, Øyvind Jarnes, Emanuel Bengts and Samuel Hänninen. Exciting final round ahead.

Björlycke keeps the lead


In FPO there is a tight battle going on between Swede Sofie Björlycke and Estonian Kristin Tattar. Kristin might be the favorite, but for the two first rounds Sofie has showed she is here fighting for the win. Today Björlycke scored +1 while Tattar had some problems on the back-9 ending up to +3. Sofie starts the final round with three throws gap to Kristin. Norwegian Anniken Steen kept her third place and is four strokes behind the Estonian. Lead card will be completed with Jenni Karppinen who had a solid +7 round today. Jenni is tied with Silva Saarinen, followed by Anni Mäkelä and Hanna Jansson. Tomorrow we will see an interesting battle for the win, but also for other prize positions.

Watch it live

You are welcome to Järva and watch these top players live on site. If you don’t have the possibility to come, the Disc Golf Stream is here to serve your needs for disc golf action. There will be live streams from each round and several post-production videos. Live stream will be commentated both in English and in Finnish.