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Hailey King and Ricky Wysocki are the 2021 PDGA National Tour Points Series winner. Photos: PDGA Media

Cool, confident, and crowned summed up the 2021 PDGA National Tour season for Hailey King.

Consistency defined it for Ricky Wysocki.

With their strong finishes at the 2021 PDGA National Tour finale at the Music City Open this past week in Nashville, King grabbed her first NT series championship while Wysocki took home the season hardware for a second time in his career.

Final 2021 PDGA National Tour Points Standings»

Mason Ford was confident in his abilities until the end of the Music City Open. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

Mason Ford never blinked.

Not when he held a one-stroke lead over the best players in the world. Not when one of those players surged to the top of the leaderboard not once, but twice. Not when the pressure of his first PDGA Elite Series win was do-or-die.

“I feel like I prepared really well for the event,” Ford said Sunday in Nashville. “I was very confident on the course. I never doubted myself. Even when I threw a bad shot, I trusted my game, trusted me putt and left it in God’s hands.”

Hailey King won three PDGA National Tour events in 2021. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

Hailey King competed in the dogwoods of Texas, the plains of Kansas and for four days in Nashville with the best players in the world on the 2021 PDGA National Tour.

She conquered them all.

King wrapped up the 2021 PDGA National Tour Championship and her third National Tour win of 2021 with a strong finish at the 2021 Music City Open presented by Dynamic Discs on Sunday.


Mason Ford waves to the crowd prior to teeing off on Sunday at Mill Ridge. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

A couple of trends continued on Sunday at the 2021 PDGA National Tour Finale - Music City Open prestned by Dynamic Discs.

On the MPO side, Mason Ford joined a list of first-time National Tour winners in a season that saw five different winners on the NT.

Hailey King simply dominated the National Tour in 2021, winning three events on her way to taking the 2021 NT Points Series title.

Hailey King lines up a drive on Saturday at Mill Ridge in Nashville. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

There have been 30 players overall to win at least two PDGA National Tour titles. Twenty-one players since the NT was formed in 2003 have won three or more.

Hailey King has joined the 30 and is closing in on joining the three-title club.

King had one of the hot rounds and added to her lead Saturday as action of the 2021 PDGA National Tour Finale – Music City Open presented by Dynamic Discs shifted to Mill Ridge in Nashville.


Ricky Wysocki leads the Music City Open by one stroke heading into Championship Sunday. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

Pressure applied.

That’s what Ricky Wysocki did on Saturday at the Music City Open presented by Dynamic Discs and now, the two-time PDGA World Champion is looking to add his 16th PDGA National Tour title to his collection, as well as wrap up the 2021 NT points series title.

Wysocki torched the Mill Ridge track on Saturday to the tune of a 1077-rated, 12-under round to jump from the chase card into solo possession of the lead with 18 holes to play at the 2021 PDGA National Tour finale.