With a short turnaround after the World Championships, Paul Ulibarri and Seppo Paju kept their great play going at the Delaware Disc Golf Challenge. Chris Dickerson headed back South to Tennessee and continued to dominate his home state with a win at the Morristown Open.
Weekend Roundup: Ulibarri Leads Six Prodigy Players Atop MPO Leaderboard, Allen Fights Back to Sixth in FPO at World Championships
On the PDGA’s biggest stage, Team Prodigy answered the call. Six players claimed top-12 spots in Open Men, while Catrina Allen jumped five spots in the last round to take sixth in Open Women at the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships.
Among the 280 competitors at this year’s PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships will be Chris Dickerson and Matt Orum, both of whom begin their journey in Jeffersonville, Vt., with wins under their belt.
Paul Ulibarri was able to navigate the tight lines and treacherous out of bounds at The MVP Open at Maple Hill turning in a steady performance to finish in a tie for fifth.
Weekend Roundup: Allen Wins Seventh A-Tier, Four Other Core Team Members Also Hit Maple Hill on High Note
Catrina Allen has not played an event lower than an A-Tier since mid-May, racking up six wins in the process and finishing outside of the top-4 just once.
In the end, neither Chris Dickerson nor Cameron Colglazier came away with the Discraft Ledgestone Insurance Open win, but each held the lead at one time or another during an intense final round that came down to the last hole.
Dickerson outlasted the competition in the Southern heat and humidity in extra holes for his fifth A-Tier win—his second in a row—and 21st overall on the season. With his teammates making a splash down south, Cale Leiviska was dominant up north.
Chris Dickerson did not need another A-Tier win under his belt to make his season impressive, but with the Charlie Vettiner/Wendell Moore Open title in tow, it’s heading more toward historic.