Saturday, 21 October 2017
Japan Open Disc Golf Championship
Round 3 recap - New leaders in MPO

Heavy rains during the night have saturated the Mt. Nasu region. The weather report called for the heavy rains to continue through out the day and possibly into tomorrow. A dense fog shrouding the Nasu Highlands golf course greeted the competitors as they filed off the buses to warm up. Whatever anxieties about their game plagued them on day one was only going to be exacerbated by the presence of the harsh conditions on day two.

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First day in the books - Feldberg & Jenkins leading the pack

The first day of Japan Open 2014 is turning into night and the competitors have left the beautiful Nasu Highland Golf Course to enjoy the hospitality of Towa Pure Cottages. At the moment we have two highly experienced competitors and past Japan Open champions leading the tournament in their respective categories.

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Round 1 finished - Feldberg in the lead, Meresmaa trailing by 2

The MPO Round 1 of Japan Open is finished. While it's definitely still anybody's game, two players seem to be taking a stretch against the rest of the field. The hot round of the morning was posted by 2008 Japan Open Champion David Feldberg (52). Discmania CEO Jussi Meresmaa is also off to a great start with the score of 54. Other hot scores of MPO round 1 include Ken Climo, Steve Rico & Avery Jenkins tied with 56 and Paul McBeth, Will Schusterick, David Wiggins Jr, Simon Lizotte & Steve Brinster with 57. This update has been posted before official results are in, so changes to the top spots are still possible. MPO round 2 will start at 1 PM (Japan time), as the top MPO players head on to tackle to purple course.

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The action kicks off on Thursday morning

Japan Open 2014 kicks off on Thursday morning with the most competitive field of players in the tournament history. A total of 144 players from 13 countries have arrived to Nasu Shiobara to compete for the prestigious Japan Open championship titles in MPO & FPO divisions. In addition to the two main divisions a number of players will be competing on age-protected divisions. Read more about Japan Open divisions here.

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