390-Foot Ace Caught On Camera At Norwegian C-Tier

And it didn’t even need the chains

Round two footage of the PDGA C-Tier Oslo Tour Muselunden presented by Latitude 64 doesn’t take long to give viewers fireworks. You could say that Norwegian pro Fredrik Runsjø started his round with a bang, except for the fact that his throw might just be the quietest ace ever filmed.

Oslo ace shot

Runsjø commented, “when the disc stopped, we heard nothing and didn’t believe it went in the basket until we heard cheers from nearby players.”

It’s not hard to figure out why. The disc doesn’t seem to tap a single chain. It’s just…in.

Runsjø went on to win the Muselunden by just one stroke over Ron Kaspersen, and the ace was expertly filmed by SM Disc Golf Productions.

  1. Alex Williamson
    Alex Williamson

    Alex Williamson is one of Ultiworld Disc Golf's European Beat Reporters. He’s a former high school English teacher from North Carolina and holds an M.A. in Transcultural European Outdoor Studies. He now lives in Germany where—among other things—he plays and writes about disc golf and teaches and creates content for a small Business English training company. Contact him with comments or interesting story ideas at [email protected].

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