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Gregg Barsby is in familiar territory as he enters the final round of the PDGA Professional Disc Golf Championships with a slim lead. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

JEFFERSONVILLE, Vt. – Gregg Barsby shook his head in dismay, his long hair draped over one shoulder after he released it from the shackles of his mesh-backed hat.

Paul McBeth was at his Sunday best with a final round comeback in Kentucky. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen / DGPT

On the same day Tiger Woods made a late charge at the British Open before ultimately falling short, the disc golfer most often compared to the stick-and-ball stalwart was able to finish his own triumphant comeback.

For the second year in a row, Jeremy Koling won the Waco Annual Charity Open after a one-hole playoff. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen / DGPT

A lightning delay. A rainbow. A playoff. An errant shot that hit a spectator.

And that was all within the last three holes of the Waco Annual Charity Open.

Jeremy Koling has employed a smooth forehand and precise approaches as he aims to defend his Waco title. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen / DGPT

Paul McBeth was on a historic pace Friday at the Waco Annual Charity Open. A near impossible eagle connection through a wooded jail on Brazos Park East’s 15th put him at 10-under par through nine holes, and it looked as if a vintage performance was in the making.

Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson recap some weekend events (2:00) and cover the PDGA's hot rounds (9:30) before talking about Chris Dickerson's phenomenal start to the season (11:47) and if he is underrated on a national scale. After, they reveal the 2017 PDGA Rookies of the Year (15:58) and discuss what it takes to achieve that title.