After listening to participant and member feedback from the 2019 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships, held September 6-8, 2019, in Leicester, Massachusetts, PDGA Executive Director Joe Chargualaf sent the following message to the tournament's competitors:
Barry Schultz teeing off on Maple Hill White hole 17. Photo: Matt Gregoire, PDGA
After squeezing two rounds into the second day of the 2019 PDGA Tim Selinske US Masters Championships, the leaderboards in many of the 12 divisions saw quite the shuffle. While some movement took place at Maple Hill in the afternoon, it was the short and technical course of Newton Hill in the morning that would cause the most trouble.
“On hole 3, [Johansen]’s putter hit the nub on the top of the basket and rolled about 40 feet down the hill,” said Mike Moser. “Then, mine did the same thing, except mine sat up and rolled to probably 80 feet away.”
Looking down at the fairway from the tee of 501 Disc Golf's hole 10. Photo: Matt Gregoire, PDGA
The opening round of the 2019 Tim Selinske US Masters Championship is in the books, but with three rounds remaining it’s still anyone’s tournament to win. With 208 competitors spread out across three courses in the greater Worcester, Massachusetts area there’s still no telling where things will end up after the back-to-back shotgun-start rounds on Saturday.
Looking back from the green of hole 17 at 501 DGC. Photo: Todd Lion, PDGA
After back-to-back weekends of the 2019 MVP Open, Steve Dodge and his crew are set to host yet another large-scale disc golf event for the third week in a row, the 2019 PDGA Tim Selinske US Masters. This PDGA Major unites both amateur and professional masters competitors, all of whom are looking to take home the coveted title of US Masters Champion in their respective divisions.