MastersDiscGolf

MastersDiscGolf

One way to ensure a victory at any disc golf tournament; start the final round in or close to the lead and then throw the lowest score of the week in your entire division. It’s a strategy that you can’t really argue with, right? Paul McBeth #27523 and Catrina Allen #44184 did just that today as they took home extremely impressive victories at the 2014 European Masters, the sixth of ten PDGA Major Events that take place throughout the year.

Saturday is known as moving day in golf and while no one made bigger moves at the European Masters in Sweden today than Ricky Wysocki #38008 and Nate Doss #11794, whose tournament best 11 under par 53's, unofficially rated at 1070, vaulted them onto the leader card and into contention, there was no doubt that the day belonged to Denmark’s KJ Nybo #28903.

A Trans-Atlantic battle royale is taking shape at the halfway point of the 2014 European Masters presented by Innova Europe.

Azure skies greeted the players as they arrived at Jarva DiscGolfPark for the opening round of the 2014 European Masters, the sixth of ten PDGA Major Events of the year. While some players discs soared in the auspicious conditions of Stockholm, others were brought back to earth abruptly as their throws failed to negotiate the tight OB lines and gaps between the groves of birch trees.

On behalf of the PDGA, we welcome you to our coverage of the 2014 European Masters, a PDGA Tour Major event.