Follow the event online
For those unable to be on-site for the European Masters 2014, there’s multiple ways to follow the event online. Here’s how you can stay on top of the action:
TV Broadcast & Live Stream
On Championship Sunday there will be a 110-minute live TV broadcast available from the final round of the European Masters on Finnish National TV. The same broadcast will be available as a web stream without country restrictions. The live stream will be broadcasted with Swedish commentary on Sweden’s public broadcast company SVT’s SVT Play live stream service and with Finnish commentary on the Finnish equivalent, Yle Areena. View the broadcast schedule here.
Results & Live Scoring
There will be also live scoring available for all groups, with updates after holes 6, 12, 15 and 18. During the event, the live scoring will be available at pdga.com/live. The tournament results & preliminary round ratings will be posted to the PDGA event page after each round. Daily reports from the tournament and a whole lot of useful information will be available at the tournament website, so make sure to bookmark that one.
Instagram Live Updates
For more as-it-happens type of online following we highly recommend keeping a close eye on the @MastersDiscGolf instagram account, as well as the #MastersDiscGolf hashtag feed. Our staff will be posting live video & picture updates from the course thru our instagram account. You can follow the updates also right here on MastersDiscGolf.com at our live photo feed page.
Facebook & Twitter
For a touch less fast-paced updates, we recommend giving the Disc Golf European Masters facebook page a follow. From there you’ll find the official event photos, as well as more in-depth updates from the event. If you’re into twitter, you can catch all updates from both the MastersDiscGolf instagram & facebook account thru the event twitter stream.
The SpinTV will be on-site to bring sweet play-to-play coverage from the final round as well as some other videos from Järva DiscGolfPark. As always, the SpinTV videos will be edited after the event and the final round videos will be published after the event.