The European Disc Golf Federation “EDGF” is the international sports federation responsible for the European governance of the sport Disc Golf.
The European Disc Golf Federation was founded during the European Disc Golf Championships 2014 in Geneva, Switzerland with the aim to create an office body for the European Championships, but also to represent the member countries towards EFDF, WFDF and other European and International institutions. Meanwhile the federation has 22 members and holds contacts to all European countries. EDGF is recognized by the European Flying Disc Federation “EFDF” and the Word Flying Disc Federation “WFDF”, and upholds the “Rules of Play” as well as the competition standards from the Professional Disc Golf Association “PDGA”.
EDGF is a non-profit association governed by the present statutes and, secondarily, by Articles 60 et seq. of the Swiss Civil Code. As the European governing body for the sport of Disc Golf, EDGF has the responsibility for sanctioning the European Championships “EDGC”, the European Junior Championships “EJDGC” and the European Masters Championships “EMDGC”, as well as other forms of continental championships.
The European Disc Golf Federation (EDGF) is happy to announce that, following a thorough evaluation, the bid of the Hungarian Flying Disc Federation as the host and the organizing team, lead by head to he local organizing team (LOC) and TD Dani Hatvani, was chosen to stage the 2023 European Masters Disc Golf Championships (EMDGC).
The European Disc Golf Federation (EDGF) is pleased to announce that following a thorough evaluation the bid of the event organizing team, lead by General Director Silver Leetma and Tournament Director Raimo Kimmel, was chosen to host the 2023 European Disc Golf Championships in the Open Divisions and the 2023 European Junior Disc Golf Championships.