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2020 Dynamic Discs Open

2020 Dynamic Discs Open

Sunday gave him a test, but Paul McBeth walked away with the Dynamic Discs Open title. Photo: Bobby Brown | Dynamic Discs

In Emporia, it’s never over until it’s over.

Paul McBeth looked unbeatable in the early goings Sunday afternoon at the Country Club. After he sank a 50-foot putt in swirling winds to take the lone birdie on hole 2 during the final round of the Dynamic Discs Open, he was up six shots on his nearest competitor and in complete control.

Then, all of a sudden, he wasn’t.

Paige Pierce has a comfortable lead heading into Sunday's final at the Dynamic Discs Open. Photo: Bobby Brown | Dynamic Discs

You know how the adage goes: “It’s better to be lucky than good.”

Well, on a day when Paul McBeth continued to be very, very good, he also closed out his second round of the Dynamic Discs Open as the beneficiary of some fortune.

Paul McBeth jumped out to a day one lead at the Dynamic Discs Open. Photo: Juan Luis Garcia | JomezPro

If Offseason 2.0 resulted in rust for players on the Disc Golf Pro Tour, Paul McBeth and Paige Pierce seemed to have the antidote.

PDGA Elite Series play resumes this weekend with the third stop of the 2020 Disc Golf Pro Tour, The Dynamic Discs Open. Competition will take place from June 26-28 with feature and lead card coverage broadcast live on the Disc Golf Network. Coverage will begin at 2 p.m. CT each day with the MPO division, and the FPO division will join the broadcast at 4 p.m. CT.