Poise delivered a remarkable finish on Sunday at the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour – Preserve Championship designed by Leiviska Disc Golf.
Six years to the day, Paige Pierce and Bradley Williams each took down the 2016 Vibram Open, a PDGA National Tour event and the inaugural event of the Disc Golf Pro Tour.
Ella Hansen is in second place behind Paige Pierce heading into Championship Sunday at the Preserve Championship. Photo: Hayden Henry / PDGA
Taking down the title at the Disc Golf Pro Tour – Preserve Championship designed by Leiviska Disc Golf takes a 100% effort on every single shot.
The scores are low, and the pressure to make a move is evident each step of the way.
There were a few moves made on Saturday in Clearwater, Minnesota.
Garrett Gurthie continued his strong play to open the Preserve Championship on Friday. Photo: Hayden Henry / PDGA
It was a scorcher Friday at the Airborn Disc Golf Preserve.
On top of the high Minnesota temperatures, the field lit up the scoreboard to open the Disc Golf Pro Tour – Preserve Championship designed by Leiviska Disc Golf to already set up a sprint to the finish with two rounds to go.
In the morning, as the fans began to fill the beloved property of Minnesota’s own Cale Leiviska, Paige Pierce got off to a blistering start with birdies the first five holes and setting a pace that looked to be tough to match.
It was, for the most part.
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