Photo Essay: Brasil Open 2019

Capturing the first Open tournament in South America

The Brasil Open, the first Open tournament ever in South America and second ever sanctioned one, went off with a hitch1 last weekend in Colinas do Piracicaba, in the state of Saõ Paulo. The results are not important — Yes, Finland, we know you crushed it. Get over yourself! — but having a scorching good time as the Northern Hemisphere suffers an ice age armageddon was paramount. This reporter has no computer access down here in sunny South America, so you’ll just have to make do with this photo collage knobbled together on an iPhone app.

Photo: Bogi Bjarnason
Photo: Bogi Bjarnason
Photo: Bogi Bjarnason
Photo: Bogi Bjarnason
Photo: Bogi Bjarnason
Photo: Bogi Bjarnason
Photo: Bogi Bjarnason

  1. Yes, with a hitch. It’s a whole other story. 

  1. Bogi Bjarnason
    Bogi Bjarnason

    Bogi Bjarnason is a University of Iceland graduate of English literature and marketing who speaks three languages when sober, and up to six when he’s drunk. Bogi has played and competed internationally in poker, snowboarding, and disc golf in 19 countries on four continents, yet only ever pulled off a single professional win, He is the proud father of a beautiful seven year old girl and his hobbies include managing international black metal acts, Team Innova Iceland, and spoiled little brat Blær Örn Ásgeirsson. You can reach him at bogi@rvkdiscgolf.com or check out his photo gallery at www.bogibjarnason.com/gallery.

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