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InnovaStore is currently running a contest where you have to guess their best-selling disc model of the year. If you can get the answer right, you just might be in for a treat, as one lucky winner will receive the actual basket that was used on hole 17 during the European Open 2013. To top things off, the basket comes with European Open Champion Paul McBeth’s signature. Hole 17 was actually also the very hole that put McBeth in the lead after shortly being tied with Dave Feldberg. McBeth regained his leading position by taking par on this very difficult Par 3 hole, while Dave got a bogey after going OB with his drive. This one stroke lead essentially secured the victory for Paul.
A little less than a week ago Paige Pierce and Paul McBeth pitched in their final putts of European Open 2013, crowning them as champions in their respective divisions. Now it’s time to take a look back at the event that was coined ”the most professionally organized Tournament in Disc Golf” by PDGA Executive Director, Brian Graham among many others.
What a day. The final round. The crowd. The live TV broadcast. It was one of the most memorable final rounds European Open has ever witnessed. In the end, it was Paul McBeth in MPO and Paige Pierce in FPO who had what it takes to tame the Beast and take the titles of European Open 2013 Champions.
Not only did the sun come out for the last holes of the final to set the stage for a spectacular finish, but the players made the competition a thriller in both divisions all the way until the very last holes. All this was witnessed by the biggest crowd in European Open history on site. Finnish TV viewers and international online broadcast followers all over the world were able to join in on the suspense from the 16th hole onwards.
Many of us may have been wondering whether we really had seen the best of David Feldberg at European Open yet. Moving Day showed that we definitely hadn’t. Feldberg came to the course determined to change the direction of his game and to secure a spot in the top cards in the final. To prove his point, he shot a new course record of 52 (-12) and showed everyone just how good a player he is, come crunchtime. His stellar round earned him a spot on the lead card on third place.