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2022 Pro Worlds

2022 Pro Worlds

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Paul McBeth is now a six-time PDGA World Champion. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA

Paul McBeth was pushed this week at the 2022 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships.

It started with an inspiring and breakout performance from Aaron Gossage, but also through a putt that he worked on throughout the week, a lingering injury and naysayers that suggested that he had fallen off.

He added No. 6 on Sunday.

Kristin Tattar raises her hands in celebration after completing the final hole of her 2022 Pro Worlds run. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA Media

An Appointment with Destiny

History was made Saturday at the Emporia Country Club as Kristin Tattar became the first Estonian and only the second European to win a PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship.

She also became the first mom to win this most coveted title.

Entering the tournament as the overwhelming favorite despite nursing a shoulder injury that forced her out of the European Open just six weeks prior, Tattar seemed utterly unfazed by all the pressure and sky-high expectations.

Aaron Gossage lines up a tee shot on Friday at ECC. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA

Aaron Gossage continues to play his game, and Paul McBeth recognizes it.

With that, the final chase to the 2022 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship title is on.

Gossage — the underdog, the Cinderella Story, the improbable, whatever you want to call it — has strung together four consistent rounds of ice-cold disc golf to enter the final lap through the Emporia Country Club with a three-stroke lead with his first PDGA Major and largest career win by far squarely in his sights.

Paul McBeth jumped to a share of the lead at Pro Worlds. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA

Paul McBeth is surging, and Aaron Gossage didn’t blink.

With 36 holes remaining in the 2022 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships, the 5-time World Champion jumped to the top and Gossage matched him step for step.

As it’s been from the start in Emporia, Kansas, the field is tight, and the pressure is mounting with just two rounds left before a PDGA World Champion is crowned.


Henna Blomroos has never held a lead in a Major or Elite series event before this week. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA Media

Transatlantic Battle

You could be forgiven for thinking that we are watching a preview of the next Presidents Cup.

With three European players atop the FPO leaderboard and a pack of American players close on their heels, 2022 Pro Worlds—at least on the women’s side—has been putting on a distinctly transatlantic vibe.