Drew Gibson came up clutch in back-to-back-to-back shots to end the semifinal round. Nathan Queen, the Cinderalla story of these championships, let all of the Queen City know he was still in contention on hole 18.
Meanwhile, Adam Hammes torched the course from the top card, as did Paul McBeth.
“It’s going to be a battle at the end,” Gannon told Jamie Thomas of the Disc Golf Network. “Making that 55-footer might actually mean something. That’s why I gave it a run, to make sure I had a practice putt in there.”
Since then, Buhr has continued growing, literally, on the disc golf course, racking up wins at the amateur level, including two PDGA Junior World Championships, and over the past year, turning in a breakout year in the professional ranks.
After a stellar day on the putting green already, Queen cashed in a 90-foot throw-in to turn in the hot round of the day on Thursday during Round 1 of the DGPT Championships at Hornet’s Nest Park in Charlotte, North Carolina.