Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson take a look at the hefty slate of A-Tiers from over the weekend (3:40) before covering the PDGA’s hot rounds (18:25). Next, they look ahead to the Utah Open (20:55), the fifth event on the Disc Golf Pro Tour, and make their picks (28:14). Later, Sara shares a cautionary tale from her experience at the Magic City Mega Bowl (37:45) before the show wraps with This Week in Disc Golf History (45:45).
Steve and Sara look back at the Beaver State Fling and do a little armchair quarterbacking. First, they talk Catrina Allen’s playoff win and her willingness to change her late-round strategy (3:03) before tackling big questions like:
Paul McBeth joins the show to talk about this weekend's Santa Cruz Masters Cup. Photo: The Flight Record
Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson discuss the record-breaking PDGA Women’s Global Event weekend, including Sara’s WGE experience (00:45); the KC Diva Spring Feeva (3:50); and some of the other numbers that point toward the event’s success (5:57). Sara breaks down observations from the Global Scores (9:22) before the hosts cover the hot rounds from the weekend (13:45).
It’s Glass Blown Open Week! Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson preview everything related to the second National Tour stop of the season, including the economic impact the event has on Emporia (5:10) and a look at the differences in venue for the Open Women’s (8:03) and Open (19:20) fields. Paige Bjerkaas stops by (26:20) to talk about what it’s like to be a GBO local and to give her take on the division before the hosts make their picks for the event (44:16). Plus the weekend’s hot rounds (50:55) and This Week in Disc Golf History (55:31).
Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson preview this week’s Jonesboro Open (4:52), the third event on the Disc Golf Pro Tour. Lisa Fajkus shares a putting tip (16:32) before Arkansas native Kevin Jones stops by for a chat (17:22). Steve and Sara make their picks (33:00), then look at Am Worlds Doubles in Texas (38:14) and Sara’s own charity doubles event in South Carolina (47:47). Finally, they discuss disc golf manufacturers’ April Fools jokes (52:25) before sharing Last Week in Disc Golf History (58:55).
Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson review disc golf’s version of March Madness as they look back on the Waco Annual Charity Open. A wild Open Women’s comeback (2:15) gave way to an Open playoff (18:09), which found Jeremy Koling emerging victorious. He joins the show (32:00) to talk about the déjà vu that came with the win and is subjected to this week’s Lightning Round. Later, Steve and Sara talk Simon Lizotte’s DNF (1:10:00) before moving into international PDGA demographics (1:16:45) and This Week in Disc Golf History (1:25:57).
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.
Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson break down the action from last weekend’s Memorial Championship on this week’s episode of PDGA Radio. First, the hosts talk about Simon Lizotte’s victory (1:27) and if fellow competitors should be scared of his newfound focus. Next, they discuss changes atop the Open leaderboard (6:15), a weird weekend for Ricky Wysocki (13:00), and Nate Doss’ star turn as a commentator (18:35). Paige Pierce continues to dominate the Open Women’s division (22:05), which gave way to another battle between Lisa Fajkus and Jessica Weese (24:53).
Steve Hill and Sara Lamberson talk a wild weekend at the Las Vegas Challenge. The wind played a factor early (4:15) and saw young players jump to the top of the leaderboard, including second place Open finisher Joel Freeman (7:45), before Eagle McMahon broke through with a signature win (12:30). The Open Women’s side also featured some fresh faces (21:00) and another classic battle between Paige Pierce and Catrina Allen (24:35). Plus discussion on how conditions affected players’ hands and the advent of UDisc Live on the PDGA National Tour.