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2019 Disc Golf Pro Tour

2019 Disc Golf Pro Tour

Sarah Hokom accepts her Green Mountain Championship trophy from Tournament Director Jeff Spring. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

As we came into the final round of the Green Mountain Championship, all eyes were on Sarah Hokom. How can we forget what happened during the last GMC, when Paige Pierce came charging from the chase card to beat Hokom by one. On the final hole, Hokom was unaware of the scores and played her game rather than run the 70-footer that would have tied it.

Paul McBeth puled away during round three of the Green Mountain Championship. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Hole 18 Saturday at the Green Mountain Championship summed it all up: Paul McBeth needed a birdie to tie the Brewster Ridge course record, and he threw a perfect shot. The disc flew flat then started to fade as it approached the basket.

Paul McBeth captured the lead at the Green Mountain Championship, but miscues on hole 18 allowed his competition to stay in striking distance. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

The Green Mountain Championship is Chris Dickerson’s fourth Disc Golf Pro Tour event of the season. He needs to finish in the top five to qualify for the Tour Championship, which he won last year. As a result, he is a man on a mission.

Chris Dickerson, shown here at the 2019 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship, took an early lead at the Green Mountain Championship. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

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Paige Pierce ran away with her fifth victory at Maple Hill. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

The MVP Open at Maple Hill is in the books for the FPO division, and there is now a five-time champion. 

Garrett Gurthie's 1101-rated performance Saturday put him in first place at the MVP Open. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Saturday presented another perfect weather day at the MVP Open at Maple Hill, and the scores on the course reflected the weather. Several players made significant moves to put themselves in position for a top finish on Championship Sunday. 

Nathan Queen, shown here during the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships, shares the round one MVP Open lead with Adam Hammes. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Round one has come to a close at the 2019 MVP Open at Maple Hill, and as the day wound down, the wind picked up. As the wind picked up, it became clear that players who finished earlier in the day had more favorable scoring conditions than those who played later in the day.  

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Sunday, September 1st - Round 3

Paige Pierce, shown here during the 2018 Idlewild Open, added a third straight win at the tournament to her resume. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Paige Pierce and Catrina Allen were tied going into the final round of the Idlewild Open, with Madison Walker one stroke behind. Heather Young, the 16-year-old phenom, made up the last spot on the Open Women's final round lead card.

That was the cast. Idlewild was the stage, as we got to experience a classic battle between two of the sport's greats.​ Continue reading at >>

Kevin Jones, shown here during round one of the 2019 Idlewild Open, continued his strong play Saturday. Photo: Terry Miller

MPO: Another Double-Digit Under Par Day

With another day of perfect scoring conditions came another set of blazing scores from the MPO division at the Idlewild Open. With a solid logjam after first and second place on the leaderboard after round one, many players were looking to make their mark on moving day. 

Kevin Jones (left) is looking for redemption after a late-round loss at the 2018 Idlewild Open. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Last year Kevin Jones jumped out to the lead with a 10-down showing in round one of the Idlewild Open and maintained the lead until hole 15 on the final day.

This year, Jones will hope to carry the lead the entire tournament and bring home his first Disc Golf Pro Tour win. Continue reading at >>