Welcome to the European Open!

European Open 2016 will feature the top players from all over the world who gather to Nokia to compete for the Champions titles in Open and Women’s Open divisions.

The first round of the European Open will be played on Thursday, June 2nd.

The directions to the event location are available here.

More information about event, event venue, schedule etc. you can find here.

Tournament Center
Tournament center is the heart of the event and it is located in the Nokia indoor ice rink. Here you can find the InnovaStore Pro Shop, info, toilets and kiosk. The tournament center’s address is Hinttalankatu 6, 37100 Nokia.

Event Village
Event Village is located outside of Nokia indoor ice rink. Here you can find different booths where you can buy for example food, sweets and beverages. Cafe Huvila, Liesikiesi and Fasfood Festival & Catering are selling food in the Event Village. Desserts and candies you can buy from Minetti, Namitaxi and VohBeli.

You can find activities for whole family. In the Event Village there is bouncing castle for kids and you can test your disc golf skills at putting competition and speed throw.

Spectator rounds
You can play a round on the Beast also! Spectators get to play a round on Friday evening after the tournament round. Whole Sunday is for spectators and rounds start 9am and 12.30pm. One spectator round on the Beast costs 10,00€. More about spectator rounds here.

Etiquette

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. Watch out for cars when crossing roads. 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, near the 18th green.