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WFDF 2019 World Team Disc Golf Championships

The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF), the Estonian Disc Golf Association and the Alutaguse Eagle Disc Golf Club, are hosting the WFDF 2019 World Team Disc Golf Championships in Alutaguse, Estonia. This event is WFDF’s premier disc golf event and the tournament will run from Wednesday 21st to Saturday 24th August, 2019 at the Mäetaguse Disc Golf Park. The course will be open for practice from Saturday 17th to Tuesday 20th August inclusive.

Currently there are 142 registered players from 17 countries with 102 playing each match; playing 256 matches with 336 rounds on Eagle and Bear and 432 on the Full 18. This year we have 17 teams from Australia Austria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania, New Zealand, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Spain and United States of America.

Team disc golf is a riveting format for a World Championship and allows a variety of athletes from around the globe to showcase their skills. As always, we appreciate the support and encouragement from the PDGA and look forward to finding additional ways to cooperate to help grow the sport of Disc Golf worldwide.”

–WFDF Board President, Rob Rausch–

Event history

2016 – Vancouver, BC. CANADA – 6 Teams https://www.pdga.com/videos/2016-wfdf-pdga-team-world-disc-golf-championships

2017 – Colchester, England – 10 Teams http://2017wtdgc.uk

Alutaguse parish

Alutaguse parish is located in Ida-Viru county which is about 180km from Tallinn. Alutaguse is a small parish with 5040 inhabitants and occupying a territory of 1465 km2. It is bordered on the west by Vinni parish and southwest by  Mustvee parish, on the North by Jõhvi parish, Toila parish, Lüganuse parish, Narva-Jõesuu parish and the city of Kohtla-Järve, on the east by Russian Federation.

Here are some sights to visit when you are staying in Alutaguse

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