Hi, for the tournament in Jablines in march, foreigners just need a PDGA license that you can just buy on site. I'm not sure but maybe a temporary FNSMR license (on site) is enough. Anyway you just have to register on the website : http://discgolf.pcpdg.free.fr/page.php5?page=competitions
&subpage=inscription and send a mail to the webmaster wich will forward the mail to the secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org in order to discuss the license point.
I will be at Jablines this we (especially on sunday).
There is a "tournament" saturday and sunday in Jablines but if you want to come just one day, there is no problem.
Near Paris, there is an other course in Bois le Roi (in the south of Paris), but I have never gone there since it's a permanent course.
If you have some questions on discgolf in Ille de France, I am here to answer you.
If you want to come and play with us at Jablines (near Marne-la-vallée), don't hesitate to contact me.
Hello Chris, if I can help you out with any course info etc let me know otherwise go to www.disc-gofl.fr. If in France must stop by I to play here in the Loire...Valley of the kings. I've put in a couple of course and more to come...
Yes, raja means border and mäki is a hill. Elo is sort of a poetic version of Elämä which means life, but it also means harvest which is what i think elo refers to when used as a surname. August is in Finnish Elokuu which is Harvest Month or to be exact, Harvest Moon. There are close to 100 DG courses in Finland. Many of them are in forests as we do have lots of trees here:) It would be nice if you could visit Finland some day. It is clean and spacious here.
Partly Finnish! That's great! I think the name you mentioned is Rajamäki (border hill) which is also very common name here. One of my good friends is Rajamäki and I know another one who lives in Lappland. Playing disc golf in Paris sounds fantastic. It was nice talking to you.
Hi Chris! I hope you don't find this too personal. I was just wondering if you have relatives in Finland? Your surname is very common in Finland and I know a couple of "Elo's" too.
Anyway, welcome to discgolfersrus :)