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2021 The Preserve Championships

2021 The Preserve Championships

Kristin Tattar lines up a shot at The Preserve Championships. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen / DGPT

(Recap via Disc Golf Pro Tour)

The third and final round of the Preserve Championship was allowed to proceed as normal, as the smoke from the wildfires in Canada moved away from Clearwater, MN. And from competitors to viewers, all were lucky this was the case, as we had quite a memorable and tense final day of competition at the Elite Series event.

Kristin Tattar leads by seven strokes heading into the final round of the DGPT - Preserve Championships. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

(Recap via Disc Golf Pro Tour)

As the smoke filled the air from the northwest, the players at the Preserve Championship teed off for the second round of action in Clearwater, MN. As the air quality worsened and the wind picked up, players found the conditions considerably worse than in round one.

Despite the poor conditions, both divisions provided some great disc golf to watch and made for some exciting action across all cards.

Ricky Wysocki finishes the round as the leader at -15, with a total of 13 birdies and finishing off with an Eagle on Hole 18. Photo: DGPT

(Recap via Disc Golf Pro Tour)

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  • Date: 30-Jul to 01-Aug-2021
  • Location: Clearwater, Minnesota
  • Tournament Director: Jeff Spring
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Cale Leiviska, Prodigy Co-founder and Disc Golf course designer designed the course for this year’s Preserve Championship. Photo: DGPT

(Preview via Disc Golf Pro Tour)

The Disc Golf Pro Tour continues its path eastward with the next stop in Clearwater, MN for the Preserve Championship. Designed by Prodigy Discs Co-founder, Cale Leiviska, the beautiful, sprawling course is as picturesque as it is challenging. For the DGPT Elite Series event, both divisions will be playing the Black Bear course layout. The MPO will play a Par-65 10,806-ft layout, and the FPO a Par-66 9,874-ft one.