Getting to the course
Plan your route to the course by car, public transport, bike, or foot by clicking one of the icons in the area map below, or by using this Google Maps Destination.
Total prize money table will be published at the tournament tent. Expected prize money payout: €25.000 - €30.000. There will be trophies awarded for top 3 finishers in both divisions.
There can be no practice at the course holes after the first group has started each day - until the last putt each day.
We ask that you respect the 30 second rule and the 3 minute rule, so that we will be able to stay on schedule.
If the tournament has to be temporarily delayed, for example in case of a thunderstorm, this will be signaled with repeated long signals.
The official scoring platform for the tournament is UDisc. Players are required to enter the scores including full stats. The secondary scoring platform is Disc Golf Metrix, on which stats are not in use.
UDisc scores must be validated against Disc Golf Metrix at the end of each round. Each player is required to sign their own scores in Disc Golf Metrix – after which the scores cannot be changed.
All players must visit the scoring tent after each round.
Paper scorecards are available at the tournament office if needed.
All tee signs are marked with the tournament logo, hole number, distance and par.
Please note that some of the holes for the tournament are different from the permanent course to satisfy the demands of pro touring players.
It is always the tournament tee signs, which are in effect - not the smaller circular signs on the wooden tee poles.
On certain holes there will be spotters to prevent lost discs and to check on blind holes and for out-of-bounds (OBs) and mandatories.
Please note that the spotters have no official status regarding OB rulings.
Groups must make their own calls on OBs (remember to play provisional throws and note two scores for the player if the group is in doubt).
The spotters will attempt to mark where discs cross into out-of-bounds. No discussion with the spotters regarding any calls is permitted.
The tournament center is located by hole 1 on the course.
Everything from players meeting, handing out scorecards, and a kiosk/disc sale shop to lunches and the prize ceremony will take place here.
The tournament center will have an information board with all changes/updates regarding the tournament.
The information on this board is always correct and should be followed - please check this board regularly!
Warm-up and practice rounds
The full course will be open for practice from 13kl on 01.05.2023. There is a dedicated driving range 300 meters from the tournament center and a putting area close by.
Lunch will be served between 11kl and 15.30kl each day. You can see the available options and sign-up via this Google Form.
Drinking water and toilets
There will be drinking water available at the tournament center and at a few spots on the course (look for the Prodigy Disc tents).
There are a number of toilets close to the tournament center (ask a volunteer for directions or assistance if needed).
Disc Connection will be selling discs and other merchandise during the tournament at the tournament center. We urge all players to support this dedicated Danish disc selling company which has done a lot to support the sport in a small market.
Sudden-death play resolves ties for trophy candidates in both divisions and possible split first places. Sudden-deaths are played on holes 4-5-16-18 until a winner is found. For trophies, if a winner is not found after the first four holes, there is CTP on hole 5.
Hole-in-one (HIO) and closest-to-pin (CTP)
HIO is awarded during all rounds. All HIO will receive sponsored merchandise prizes.
CTP is played during all 3 rounds on hole 7. The three winners will receive sponsored merchandise. If a hole-in-one is made on the CTP hole, it will count as a hole-in-one, and not as a CTP. You will therefore get the prize for the hole-in-one instead.
Prizes for ALL hole-in-ones and closest-to-pin will be distributed at the prize ceremony after the tournament.
Smoking, vaping, and the use of other tobacco products are forbidden at the tournament center and during the round from the 2 minute signal to the return of the score card.
At Copenhagen Open 2023 we follow the dress code as stated in the PDGA Competition Manual item 3.4. Here are the most important points:-
- All violations of the Dress Code Policy shall be considered a Courtesy Violation under Section 812 of the PDGA Official Rules of Play.
- All competitors and staff are required to wear a shirt.
- All competitors, caddies, and staff are required to wear shoes or other foot coverings. Players will not be allowed to play in bare feet. Sandals or slides are allowed.
- All players must wear a shirt covering their upper chest area. A well-tailored shirt with a collar and sleeves covering the upper arm shall be considered acceptable. Tank tops are not allowed for any competitor, but women may wear sleeveless shirts with collars. Women may also wear well-tailored one-piece tennis dresses with minimum 1 inch wide shoulder straps.
- No ripped shirts, shorts, or pants will be allowed on the course. This includes unhemmed, torn or cut "vents" at the shirt collar.