California disc golf is a bit different, and takes some getting used to. I came across so many competitors during Worlds who were playing one or more courses for the very first time...they never had a chance. On the other hand, size matters: California is a huge state with lots of outdoor sports enthusiasts, and there is a large pool of disc golfers from which those occasional explosions of talent occur. How many 1000+ rated players are in California? Probably a lot more than any other state.
Plus, we had a very poor showing of competitors traveling from east of the Rocky Mountains. At one point I checked and there were less than 20 of them in the entire roster! If other states want to win more Worlds titles, then they have to get off their butts and play Worlds.
Anyways, California disc golf holds more surprises for the world, and an army of up and coming players you've probably never heard of, so it isn't outside the realm of possibility that Californians would again win the majority of divisions in Worlds, maybe even in 2012.