Learn to Play Disc Golf…The Right Way!

Backhand Drive

The backhand drive is the action where you hold the disc in one hand and twist your waist and release it with full force in the particular direction.

Forehand Drive

In forehand drive, you hold the disc in the front of the body and release the disc with the action of your writs.

Special Throws

Learn all the special throws of disc golf form the experts.

What is Baltic Sea Tour?

BALTIC SEA TOUR was started by disc golf enthusiasts from Baltic countries – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in 2009.


The main mission of the Tour is to promote disc golf sport in Baltic countries, encourage more players to compete, and of course to create the highest level competition in the region.


All 3 countries hosted tournaments in 2009 and 2010. Both years Tours consisted of 4 tournaments. It grew to 6 tournaments in 2011, with a new country – Finland!


Tour has grown again to 7 tournaments in 2013! It was played in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland in 2013.


Tour continues with 7 tournaments in 2014 (list in General info’2014).


Big news in the Tour of 2014 – two new divisions added. Female and Master players will have their own divisions. Amateur division was transformed to purely Junior division. BST keeps tradition to offer only MJ2 – division for juniors under 17 years old. “Older juniors” (aged 17-19) competes very well in Open division, and laste year overall winner Gabrielius Gricius (19 year sold) is the best example of it.


The main prize of the Tour is Challenge Cup (in all divisions) with Champion name engraved on it. The Cup has 9 sides, representing 9 countries around the Baltic sea.

Baltic Sea Tour trophy

Disc Golf Skill Shots



Master the tunnel shot at Baltic Disc Golf.


Left Curve

The left curve takes a lot of practice to master. It might look like your releasing the disc straight. But the disc actually goes to the left direction.



The S tunnel is known to be one of the complicated shots to master in disc golf. Get trained by the experts at Baltic disc golf.

Right Curve

This is the same as the left curve, but the disc travels right ways.

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