Briefly in English

Finnish Disc Golf Association (FDGA, in Finnish: Suomen frisbeegolfliitto) is the national head organization of disc golf in Finland. The goal of FDGA and its operation is to promote disc golf as a hobby and organize disc golf activities in Finland together with its approximately 200 member organizations. 

Tournaments and competitions in Finland

All FDGA tournaments can be found in Disc Golf Metrix. Metrix functions as the official competition system in Finland.
Tournament organizer’s license form in English.

Finnish Nationals are held annually in different parts of the country. Finnish Nationals consists nowadays of seven or eight annual competitions held during the period of May until September. You’ll find all the competitions on our website of Finnish Nationals:

Disc Golf Team Finland

Disc Golf Team Finland (DGTF) is the national disc golf team of Finland. It consists of six Team Finland -players and 10 national team players on the season 2023. The official website of DGTF can be found here: Disc Golf Team Finland . DGTF has its own Facebook site and Instagram channel

Statistics, surveys and Studies on Disc Golf in Finland

Disc Golf in Finland – statistics

Interested in getting involved with disc golf?

See the list of Finnish disc golf courses (website in Finnish).
See the list of Finnish disc golf clubs (website in Finnish).

PDGA material

Disc golfer’s code

PDGA International Program Guide, updated December 2022

Official Rules and Regulations of Disc Golf

Competition Manual for Disc Golf Events

PDGA Tournament Management Help

PDGA competitions

PDGA Euro Tour

With six to seven events spanning every year from April to September, the PDGA Euro Tour is an European highlight disc golf Tour that sets to put the height of European disc golf on display. From venerable, long-established events in Scandinavia to up-and-coming tournaments in the Baltics – and plenty in between – it’s annualy set to be a wild ride that will feature several hotbeds of the sport.

Educational material

A guide to disc golf by Jenni Eskelinen.


The Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports (FINCIS) is responsible for doping
control in Finland.

Doping Instructions for Athletes in English.

KAMU medicine search.

Athletes’ Anti-doping Rights Act.

Sustainability programme for the sports community 2020–2024

Finnish Disc Golf Association (FDGA) is a member of the Finnish Olympic Committee. The Sports Community has created, for the first time, a common sustainability programme for the years 2020-2024. The programme has been made in cooperation with Finnish sports federations. 

Sustainable Sports Program (in English)

Contact us

Tapani Aulu
Executive Director
Finnish Disc Golf Association 
+358 (0) 50 596 0310

Full contact information here