33rd Berlin Open DISC GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS, June 18-20, 2021
As most of you know, the 33rd Berlin Open Disc Golf Championships had to be canceled in 2020 due to the Corona virus. For this year we are determined to catch up on this important event and hold the 33rd Berlin Open on June 18th-20th at the Volkspark Rehberge in Berlin. But certainly only if the pandemic will have subsided enough to conduct the tournament in a responsible way.
For the 2021 edition, we plan to offer this: 18 holes on our traditional OB-free course and price money (at least 1.000 € if the tournment is full). We will offer no players party, no food and no players package.
As always, we are a PDGA B-Tier Tournament. The rules of play are the ones published by the PDGA.
Due to the recent drops in Covid19 cases in Berlin, disc golf competitions are allowed again since June 4th. Furthermore the Berlin Senate has announced that tourists will be allowed to stay in hotels and other places since June 11th.
Since June 17th we know for certain that the testing requirement remains even for outdoor competitions in contact free sports. Anyone without a daily negative antigen rapid test result (or other proof of immunization) will not be allowed to participate. In that case we also cannot offer refunds on trave expenses.
- June 17th: finalized time table, update on covid19 situation, added details about doubles competition
- June 7th: Updated time table (no qualification round), time table is still subject to change!
- June 3rd: Updated information on Covid19 situation.
- May 28th: kleinere Ergänzungen, Start der Anmeldung.
- May 26th: Updated information on Covid19 situation. Added Price Money and players fee.
- May 9th: Updated information. Published timeline for the registration process.
- February 20th: New initial web page created.
The tournament will be held at the Volkspark Rehberge, a beautiful park located about 4 km north of the center of Berlin. The location is roughly 2 km east of the Tegel airport and 5 km north of the western part of the city center.
If you understand German (or want to use those links for a computer generated translation), you can find more information about the park from the city administration or the English Wikipedia article.
You can also take a view from above at Google maps or
We will open registration on May 28th for players with a minimum rating (same as phase 2 in previous years). Players who do not meet the rating requirements may start to register on June 4th.
click here for details and the registration link!
The results are published online at the PDGA tournament page.
Skander Morgenthaler, Frank Neitzel