After round two’s (-6) Nikko Locastro sits at (-13) for The Championship, one stroke ahead of Will Schusterick, who’s still hanging tough after posting a (-5) on Thursday. Locastro said after the round that he wants to win the tournament and repeat as USDGC champion more than anything else he’s done in disc golf. And, he won’t let stroke & distance get in his way. “The harder the course is, the better I can play,” Locastro said.
Disc golf is in full world view, as the Presidents Cup and the United States Disc Golf Championship have to date been watched by over 13,000 viewers in 99 nations
The Live Internet Broadcasting of disc golf’s Presidents Cup and first round of the United States Disc Golf Championship have been seen world-wide by our legion of fans. With both days each covering over fours hours of live play. This number will continue to grow, but constitutes nearly 1,000,000 minutes of viewing during just our first two days of broadcasting. The production has also been supported heavily, as nearly 300 donations have been registered.
DiscGolfPlanet.tv to Again Provide Exclusive Live Broadcasting from United States Disc Golf Championship
Added Day of Presidents Cup Coverage to Be Included in Tuesday Bonus Pack
For the second consecutive year, DiscGolfPlanet.tv, in cooperation with the PDGA, will be providing live Internet broadcasting of the United States Disc Golf Championship at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Widely considered to be the most prestigious competition in disc golf, this national championship will be begin Wednesday, October 6th and continue through Saturday, October 9th, with the winner being crowned after four grueling rounds at the Winthrop Gold course.
On September 15th Disc Golf President's Cup team captains David Greenwell (USA) and Hans "Hasse" Tegeback (Europe) announced their highly anticipated captains choices for the upcoming President's Cup matches in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Both captains were challenged with choosing from a very talented pool of prospective team members to round out their rosters. In the end, David Greenwell chose 2010 world champion Eric McCabe while Hans Tegeback chose 2010 Finnish champion Jesse Heinonen of Finland.