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2019 Disc Golf Pro Tour

2019 Disc Golf Pro Tour

The San Francisco Open takes place from Friday through Sunday at scenic Gleneagles Disc Golf Course. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen | DGPT


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Paul McBeth, shown here during the Las Vegas Challenge, shot an 18-under par competition round for the second time in nine months Friday at the Waco Annual Charity Open. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

He’s done it again.

Four-time PDGA World Champion Paul McBeth shot 18-under par during tournament play for the second time in nine months, as the California native fired off a single-par 49 Friday at Brazos East Park during round two of the Waco Annual Charity Open in Waco, Texas.

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  • Date: 14-Mar to 16-Mar
  • Location: Waco, TX

Saturday, March 16 - Final Round

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Eagle McMahon (right) and Simon Lizotte (left) battled it out during the final round. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen, DGPT

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Sunday, March 3 - Final Round

Vista Del Camino's 16th green. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

During Saturday's round three, The Memorial Championship presented by Discraft transitioned from Fountain Hills to Vista Del Camino, and the scoring continued to stay hot for the MPO and FPO divisions. 

The second day of Open Women's action at the 2019 Memorial Championship presented by Discraft has wrapped up, and there were some hot scores to match the rising temperatures on the course. 

Before diving into the hot scores, we should note one player who played consistently and as a result moved on to the lead card for day three. Evaliina Solanen maintained her even-par score which did result in her moving down a position on the leaderboard but ultimately moving onto the lead card after breaking yesterday's six-way tie for first. 

Simon Lizotte, shown here at the Las Vegas Challenge, started his Memorial Championship title defense with an 1110-rated performance at Fountain Hills. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

Simon Lizotte and Eagle McMahon have a lot in common.

They share power. They’ve shared a trainer. They share a sponsor. Thursday, they shared the feature card at the Memorial Championship.

And now, they’ve shared a milestone, as each the dynamic duo often known as the Crush Boys broke the 1100 round rating barrier on the same day.