2014 PDGA Pro Disc Golf Worlds Field Events

Event Info

  • Date: 10-Aug-2014 – 9:00AM-4:00PM
  • Location: Blue Lake Regional Park — 20500 NE Marine Dr, Fairview, OR 97024

Results

Long Drive Competition

Division Name PDGA# Distance Rank Prize
FPO 29190 Paige Pierce 450 ft. 1 $40
FPO 8559 Ragna Bygde 405 ft. 2 $20
FPO 34751 Melodie Bailey 336 ft. 3  
           
FPG 6440 Sandy Gast 270 ft. 1 $20
           
FPS 19400 Karen Brown 276 ft. 1 $20
           
MPO 24437 David Wiggins 657 ft. 1 $140
MPO 24781 Dion Arlyn 594 ft. 2 $100
MPO 42894 Chris Becker 588 ft. 3 $70
MPO 8332 Simon Lizotte 585 ft. 4 $50
MPO 48346 Drew Gibson 564 ft. 5 $35
MPO 33705 Jeremy Koling 561 ft. 6 $25
MPO 11534 Nikko Locastro 558 ft. 7 $20
MPO 42493 Henrik Johansen 555 ft. 8  
MPO 12252 Evan Gurthie 534 ft. 9  
MPO 47892 Kyle Eckmann 534 ft. 9  
MPO 13864 Garrett Gurthie 525 ft. 11  
MPO 10466 Myles Harding 516 ft. 12  
MPO 24428 Chris Edwards 510 ft. 13  
MPO 25168 Devan owens 474 ft. 14  
MPO 51083 Jason Carr 474 ft. 14  
MPO 32315 David Madruga 471 ft. 16  
MPO 44131 Matt House 450 ft. 17  
MPO 18512 Anthony Bee 375 ft. 18  
           
MPM 8508 Simon Feasey 459 ft. 1 $65
MPM 25713 Patrick Brown 438 ft. 2 $40
MPM 5079 Bruce Knisley 432 ft. 3 $30
MPM 12505 Mark Dakiv 423 ft. 4  
MPM 30296 Robert Ryan 408 ft. 5  
MPM 17245 Dean Ryan 384 ft. 6  
MPM 42274 Skot Meyer 384 ft. 6  
           
MPG 4028 Dean Tannock 492 ft. 1 $40
MPG 2020 Michael Williams 402 ft. 2 $20
MPG 6940 Jeff Fiedler 351 ft. 3  
           
MPS 12615 Jeff Stoops 435 ft. 1 $50
MPS 5175 Merle Witvoet 414 ft. 2 $30
MPS 15188 Randy Beers 342 ft. 3  
MPS 6380 Bruce Sisson 339 ft. 4  

Putting Competition

Division Name PDGA# Score Rank Prize
Men <50 11534 Nikko Locastro   1 $205
Men <50 15863 Jay Reading   1 $205
Men <50 4666 Steve Rico 35 3 $105
Men <50 27171 Paul Ulibarri 35 3 $105
Men <50 32315 David Madruga 34 5 $90
Men <50 12824 Scott Reek 33 6 $75
Men <50 4034 George Smith 32 7 $65
Men <50 24275 Dustin Honold 31 8 $60
Men <50 10738 Terry Miller 31 8 $60
Men <50 18512 Anthony Bee 30 10 $40
Men <50 25168 Devan Owens 30 10 $40
Men <50 25596 Kyle Crabtree 30 10 $40
Men <50 21683 Jere Eshelman 30 10 $40
Men <50 48346 Drew Gibson 29 14 $30
Men <50 25325 Patrick Blazek 29 14 $30
Men <50 46637 Colin Chambers 28 16 $25
Men <50 24437 David Wiggins 28 16 $25
Men <50 25245 Jeremy Fancher 28 16 $25
Men <50 26416 Philo Brathwaite 28 16 $25
Men <50 44131 Matt House 27 20 $20
Men <50 19996 John Anderson 26 21  
Men <50 38258 Kevin Bates 26 21  
Men <50 47892 Kyle Eckmann 26 21  
Men <50 41750 Pete Ulibarri 26 21  
Men <50 42654 Richard Kilander 26 21  
Men <50 4662 Robert Jerez 26 21  
Men <50 22547 Colin Sexton 25 27  
Men <50 33998 Dan Carpenter 25 27  
Men <50 21870 Max Nichols 25 27  
Men <50 18824 Nathan Sexton 25 27  
Men <50 5079 Bruce Knisley 24 31  
Men <50 33705 Jeremy Koling 24 31  
Men <50 25447 Ken Tank Franks 24 31  
Men <50 5222 Brody Miller 23 34  
Men <50 24428 Chris Edwards 23 34  
Men <50 13468 Don Harris 23 34  
Men <50 42493 Henrik Johansen 22 37  
Men <50 9009 Peter Johnson 22 37  
Men <50 16831 Don Smith 21 39  
Men <50 14304 Michael Kernan 20 40  
Men <50 50283 Scott Duncan 20 40  
Men <50 17245 Dean Ryan 19 42  
Men <50 10466 Myles Harding 19 42  
Men <50 10355 Ray Johnson 19 42  
Men <50 4950 Jeff Cox 18 45  
Men <50 52386 Chris Murrietta 18 45  
Men <50 32414 Jason McGrew 17 47  
Men <50 42274 Skot Meyer 17 47  
Men <50 23956 Jason Pinkal 14 49  
Men <50 22203 Matt Kelly 14 49  
Men <50 4778 Gary Sandoval 12 51  
           
Men 50+ 26241 Dan Rea 28 1 $115
Men 50+ 39499 Jamie Clark 27 2 $70
Men 50+ 6940 Jeff Fiedler 24 3 $30
Men 50+ 2006 Steve Tufty 23 4  
Men 50+ 30484 Steve Mawdsley 21 5  
Men 50+ 44496 Andrew Allen Painter 19 6  
Men 50+ 2184 Steve Lee 17 7  
           
Women <50 29190 Paige Pierce 28 1 $60
Women <50 15863 Des Reading 13 2  
           
Women 50+ 19400 Karen Brown 17 1 $50
Women 50+ 7646 Sheila Kirkham 17 1 $50
Women 50+ 6439 Pam Reineke 15 3 $10
Women 50+ 19150 Kathy Hardyman 15 3 $10
Women 50+ 18823 Toni Hoyman 11 5  
Women 50+ 6440 Sandy Gast 10 6  

SkillShot Competition

New scoring system being used to streamline the SkillShot™ challenge: made basket equal zero points, inside of twenty-five feet, measure (lowest point value is recorded), outside twenty-five feet (30 points). Just remember: low score wins.

Division Name PDGA# Score Rank Prize
Men <50 13007 Joshua Childs 144 1 $100
Men <50 24437 David Wiggins 177 2 $65
Men <50 38008 Richard Wysocki 178 3 $50
Men <50 11534 Nikko Locastro 193 4 $40
Men <50 51083 Jason Carr 195 5 $30
Men <50 32315 David Madruga 196 6 $25
Men <50 33705 Jeremy Koling 201 7 $20
Men <50 22203 Matt Kelly 210 8 $15
Men <50 28597 Shasta Criss 211 9 $10
Men <50 18824 Nathan Sexton 212 10 $10
Men <50 22547 Colin Sexton 215 11 $10
Men <50 32414 Jason McGrew 224 12  
Men <50 35187 Dustin Keegan 225 13  
Men <50 18114 Jonathan Baldwin 228 14  
Men <50 7760 Ron Brown 232 15  
Men <50 5079 Bruce Knisley 242 16  
Men <50 24781 Dion Arlyn 247 17  
Men <50 48377 Martin Doerken 250 18  
Men <50 29435 Andrew Hock 257 19  
Men <50 9453 Kevin McCoy 266 20  
Men <50 47740 Josh Noxon 283 21  
Men <50 45713 Justin Joers 285 22  
Men <50 9009 Peter Johnson 285 22  
Men <50 33998 Dan Carpenter 287 24  
Men <50 46637 Colin Chambers 299 25  
Men <50 17245 Dean Ryan 299 25  
Men <50 42654 Richard Kilander 299 25  
Men <50 13468 Don Harris 387 28  
           
Men 50+ 962 Dave Greenwell 142 1 $45
Men 50+ 1130 Michael Barry 188 2 $25
Men 50+ 7736 Richard Brumbeloe 218 3 $15
Men 50+ 2006 Steve Tufty 232 4 $15
Men 50+ 6940 Jeff Fiedler 246 5  
Men 50+ 7803 Billy Lane 247 6  
Men 50+ 39499 Jamie Clark 248 7  
Men 50+ 2020 Michael Williams 248 7  
Men 50+ 2185 Carl Thorne 268 9  
           
Women <50 13815 Carrie Berlogar 239 1 $30
Women <50 34563 Sarah Hokom 322 2  
           
Women 50+ 6440 Sandy Gast 319 1 $25
Women 50+ 35317 Deatra Vaughn 388 2 $15
Women 50+ 19400 Karen Brown 394 3  
Women 50+ 18823 Toni Hoyman 404 4  

Competition Descriptions

Putting Competition

There will be 9 stations each with a basket in which three putts of varying length and difficulty will be presented. The spots at each station will have putts worth 1, 2 and 3 points. Putting spots will be in the majority of straight-on putts, but will also include many obstacles, elevation change and low ceiling putts that provide a good variety of putts.

Players should be in groups of no less than three and get a scorecard and pencil. Normal PDGA rules apply. Players will get one putt at each spot (1 point spot, 2 point spot, and 3 point spot) for a potential total of three putts at each station/basket. Each player should putt from a spot; if they make the putt, they move on to the next spot. If they miss, the player MUST make the return putt to avoid a score of -1 for that particular spot.. The total number of points will be written for that hole/station before the next station is started. A missed putt is worth zero, as long as the return putt is made; if not, -1 is recorded for that spot. Total the points after all stations have been completed (27 total putts in 9 stations) and submit scorecard.

The maximum for each station would be 6 points. A perfect game of no missed putts would have a total score of 54.

Awards & Finals

Putting champions will be determined for the following divisions for both Men and Women:

Open, Senior Open (50+)

There will be a Finals round for Open Men and Women. The top two scores in that division will make the finals to be held at the Flymart on Tuesday.

Long Drive Competition

The Worlds Long Drive competition is not a true distance competition as it is not a WFDF sanctioned event.

At the teeing area, there will be 3 stations for throwers. There will also be a designated throwing area, or grid, that discs must land in. The landing area will be 50 – 75 yards wide. Discs that land outside of the designated landing area will not count and will not be measured. Players will get five throws each, and will use their own discs. If a player foot faults (releases the disc with a supporting point in front of the throwing line or outside of his or her station), that throw will be forfeited. If a throw is interfered with during flight (the disc hits a person, animal, or an administrator-specified obstacle before the disc contacts the ground), that throw will not count and the player shall immediately get a rethrow.

Each spotter shall be in charge of spotting for one player at a time. Each spotter should have 5 surveyor flags. As each throw is taken, the spotter should track the disc and spot exactly where it first contacts the ground and place a flag there. Only the longest throw is measured so, if a subsequent throw is shorter than the previously marked throw, there is no need to mark it. There is also a designated landing area. Only discs that make first impact within the designated throwing area will count. The spotter should keep track of each of the player’s throws and, if possible, should attempt to gather the player’s discs and place them next to the longest throw. After each player has thrown their five throws, the spotter shall stand at their player’s longest throw. The administrator shall laser each player’s longest throw while standing at the station that the player threw from. The administrator will then note each distance and move on to the next round of players.

Awards

Distance champions will be determined for the following divisions in which we have eligible competitors: MPO, MPM, MPG, MPS, MPL, MPE, MPR, FPO, FPM, FPG, FPS, FPL

SkillShot™ Challenge presented by EDGE

Skill Definitions

The throws required in the SkillShot™ Challenge come from a standard repertoire that most disc golfers use. To make sure that the Challenge is conducted in a fair manner, the following definitions will be used.

  • BACKHAND: Bringing the disc across the chest, and releasing it with the back of the hand aimed toward the target.
  • SIDEARM or FOREHAND: Holding the disc level and out away from the body, fling it, like snapping a towel, with palm aimed toward the target.
  • ROLLER: Throwing the disc on an angle, with a backhand or forehand release, so that it lands on its edge and rolls toward the target. The disc must roll at least half the distance to the target to count.
  • UPSIDE-DOWN: Thrown in such a manner that the disc is upside down at some time during the flight.
  • KNEELING/SEATED: One or both knees must be on the ground or player must be seated when the disc is thrown. Use any type of throw that feels comfortable.
  • FREESTYLE: Any type of stance and throwing style is allowed including rollers and upside-down.
  • OBSTRUCTED: A tree, bush or artificial structure is located about half the distance to the target on the line of play. Using the technique of your choice, throw your disc around or over the obstruction.

SkillShot™ was developed as an assessment tool for the EDGE curriculum. For more information about EDGE, visit www.edgediscgolf.org or call 1-866-391-3343.

Scoring Instructions

  1. At each station, make the throw described on the sign.
    1. Only one attempt per skill!
  2. Use the supplied tape to measure the distance your disc lies from the center point of the basket. Enter this in the TAPE column.
    1. If you are beyond 50 feet, enter 50 in the TAPE column.
  3. If you “ace” the throw, put a ZERO in the TAPE column and enter 10 in the ACE column.
  4. Subtract TAPE from 50 and add ACE, if any, to get your SCORE.
  5. When you have finished all 20 Skills, add up your SCORE column and record in the TOTAL space.
  6. Sign your card, have it witnessed, and turn it in. GOOD LUCK!!