June 4 - June 6
The first iteration of the Portland Open was held in 2019 at Blue Lake, with Drew Gibson winning the men’s division and Paige Pierce winning the women’s division. The 2020 tournament was canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions. Uncertainty regarding COVID-19 has again impacted the event, precipitating a venue change for 2021 to Glendoveer.
Glendoveer is a private venue and has a history of hosting premier sporting events including, the Nike Cross Nationals (NXN), which has included thousands of spectators. The property will feature a course designed by Dustin Keegan, who is a professional course designer with Disc Golf Park, as well as a touring professional competitor. The men’s track will be a par 66, measuring at 11,763 feet, and the women’s course will play as a par 69 at 10,185.
The Am Side of the Portland Open will not take place in 2021.