Past Articles in PDGA Europe

  1. European Open To Be Annual Major Through 2021

    The European Open has made a step in signing a 3-year deal with the PDGA to retain Major status through the 2021 season.

  2. Wysocki Wins The Open In Ale, Sweden

    Koling takes second; Carlsson rides two aces to third over Lizotte, Nybo, and Mäkelä

  3. Tattar Tops Podium At The Open

    Estonians sweep the three top spots at Swedish A-Tier

  4. Salonen Wins In 4-Way Playoff At Skellefteå Open

    Allen, Pierce, and Tattar all share second after riveting finish

  5. Salonen Super In Soaking Sula Open Win

    Salonen takes commanding Open Women win while Tattar narrowly snags second

  6. Ulibarri Wins As Underdogs Show Well At Alutaguse Open

    Ulibarri faces unexpected competition and Suhonen wins Open Women over Tattar

  7. Nybo And Perendi Claim Top Spots In Kokkedal Open

    Great courses, great weather, and great competition at 2018’s third PDGA EuroTour event

  8. Whose Woods These Are…We Think We Know

    They’re Regitnig’s & Perendi’s, winners at last weekend’s Bluebell Woods Open

  9. Despite “Crazy, Weird Stuff,” Stampfer Gets Wire-To-Wire Dutch Open Win

    Allsalu collects her first career FPO win outside of Estonia

  10. Nybo Comes Back For Copenhagen Open Classic Win

    Veteran pro rebounds from first Danish Championship loss in 11 years; Salonen cruises to women's victory

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