Welcome to the European Disc Golf Championships!
European Championships 2016 will feature the top players from all over Europe. The first round will be played on Wednesday, August 24th, and the exciting finals will be played on Saturday, August 27th, at 12.00-16.30!
Course & Area Map
Important locations of the event are included in the map. Download the Meri-Toppila DiscGolfPark map here.
Event village is located in Meri-Toppila DiscGolfPark. You can’t miss it when you come to area. Here you can find booths where you can buy all kinds of goods: sports equipment, food, sweets and beverages. TacoTruck is selling food in the event village and there is also a grill where you can find coffee, sausages, and more.
You can find activities for the whole family at the EDGC. In the Event Village you can test your disc golf skills at putting competition and speed throw. In the Event Village there is also booths by different companies like Oulu climbing center, Skydive Oulu and Inov-8. You can even get a quick massage at the event village. There’s also a whole playground for kids right next to the event village!
The event village hosts a fully equipped disc golf pro shop by Powergrip! This store will meet the needs of every disc golfer out there. Grand opening on Tuesday, open at the opening times of the event village for the rest of the week. Check the schedule!
The EDGC doesn’t take place at the course only. On Thursday and Saturday evenings disc golf takes over Amarillo with an EDGC Pub quiz on Thursday and EDGC After party on Saturday night. Free admission to side events. Attendees must be at least 18-years old. More info here!
Spectator rounds are cancelled
Unfortunately the spectator rounds have been cancelled due to low demand.
Be careful. Even the best players make mistakes. You should look out and keep an eye on the discs, especially when you’re close to the fairway. If you notice a dangerous situation, please warn others by yelling loud. (FORE!)
Be mindful to others. Only use the marked paths and channels. Don’t go to people’s backyards. The course is set to a public park and there might be people who aren’t there for the disc golf event.
Keep fairways clear. Don’t go on the fairways when players are playing the holes. Don’t move if you’re in a player’s field of vision when he/she is throwing or concentrating on his/her throw. Keep your devices on silent or turn them off, especially if you’re close to the players. Don’t use flash when you take photos.
Autographs. You’re welcome to ask for players’ autographs but please do so after their rounds when they have turned in their scorecards. The best place is near the last scoring station, close to hole 1 tee.