IBT Pärnu Open Info

Short description:

The rich history of Pärnu and the joyful daily life offer something for everyone. The centre of Pärnu, the lovely parks and the resort area with its famous sandy beach and promenade invite you for long walks. There are sights to be seen dating to the distant Middle Ages, the elegant early years of the resort, the long Soviet era as well as the modern times with their fast-paced development. We also recommend you to take a tour outside the city. The coast full of islets, pine dune forests and natural sand beaches, vibrant fishing culture, and bogs and indigenous forests is waiting for the curious-minded. There are lovely (fishing) villages, churches, manor complexes, museums, and valuable wildlife everywhere.

Jõulumäe Open will be held in a Jõulumäe Sports Centre area. Jõulumäe is a small south east Estonian village which lies 23 km to the south from Pärnu. Jõulumäe disc golf park is a public park with ideal landscape for disc golf. Jõulumäe „yellow“ disc golf course can be regarded as one of the disc golf importers in Estonia, because the first disc golf course was made there in the autumn of 2004. In Jõulumäe, you will need the whole throwing arsenal: short straight shots, long straight shots, right curve, left curve, up the hill, down the hill and so on.

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Organizer: Team DiscSport

Where: Jõulumäe Disc golf park, Jõulumäe, Tahkuranna vald, Estonia

29.-30 April, 2017 (Practice and Doubles on 28 April)


• MPO (open for any player),
• MJ1 (juniors (born 1999 or later)),
• FPO (female division),
• MPM (Masters (born 1977 or earlier)).

Player`s fee:

• MPO – 40 Eur
• FPO – 40 Eur
• MPM – 40 Eur
• MJ1 – 40 Eur

All players get a players pack that consists at least one special tournament disc.

PDGA sanctioning: C-Tier


● TD: Margo Peters (#64014), tel. +372 5664 9492, e-mail: margo.peters.ee[at]gmail.com
● co-TD: Rene Mengel (#44899), tel. +372 5556 4264, e-mail: rene[at]discsport.ee
● co-TD: Urmas Lääne (#63806)

Dress code: Please follow PDGA rules regarding dress code!

Prizes: Payout for top 25%.
Tournament format:

3 rounds of 23 holes
1st round – random mix of player (all divisions together)
2nd round – players grouped by results of 1st round (all divisions together)
3rd round – players grouped by total result of 1st and 2nd rounds and by divisions

In case of tie for equal score after 3 rounds sudden death competition played among tied players on 3 holes (#7, #8, #10). If it is still a tie – CTP is played from teepad 10 to basket #9.

Rules: Official PDGA rules are applied


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