BERLIN OPEN DISC GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS, SEPTEMBER 10–12,
The Berlin Open 2010 Disc Golf Championships will be held from September, 10th to September, 12th in the Britzer Garten, Berlin. Berlin Open is a PDGA Eurotour B-Tier and will be played according to the PDGA Rules and the standards set forth by PDGA Europe.
The Tournament will be played at the
Britzer Garten, a well maintained park which is situated in the south
part of Berlin, about 10km north of the
main airport at Schönefeld and about
15km south of the City Center.
For more information about the park, check
park's own homepage.
The park on Google maps.
See the results on pdga.com.
Photos from Viro
pictures from Scheibenfrollein
and the tournament's live-blog
tel. +49 (0)30 494 1528
Dear Disc Golfers
Welcome to the 2010 Berlin Open Disc Golf Championships, the first PDGA EuroTour event to be held in Berlin for many years, and for many of you an opportunity to attend a disc golf tournament in Berlin or even to visit this country for the first time.
Besides our differences in gender, age, language and skills, we all share the exciting experience of being part of a fantastic sport that is now, slowly but steadily, gaining the recognition we all know it deserves.
Germany, like most other national disc golf federations in Europe, has seen an increasing number of players, of courses and of public attention during the last years. But this success is not simply the result of certain inherent qualities of a great idea, in the most part it is due to the hard work of men and women who invest - mostly without the prospect of any personal profit - a lot of time and energy in the growth of their beloved sport.
Thanks to the efforts of Frank Neitzel, George Braun and their team, the Berlin Open will take place for the first time at the beautiful Britzer Garden. The German Frisbeesport Federation DFV is very thankful that they took on the challenge of hosting such a tournament and thereby representing Germany and the DFV on the EuroTour with great energy and a deep sense of responsibility.
I am confident that the skills and the commitment of the tournament staff and the many volunteers will make the Berlin Open 2010 an outstanding event.
I wish to you all an exciting and exceptional disc golf experience, much fun and perhaps also cultural inspiration besides the links. I hope that you will take home many beautiful memories of this tournament, of Berlin and the people in Germany.
Disc Golf Department / Deutscher Frisbeesport-Verband (DFV)