With little time to recalibrate coming off the first Major of the season, the Prodigy Team traveled to the Jonesboro Open Powered by Prodigy at Arkansas' Disc Side of Heaven to compete for another Disc Golf Pro Tour Elite event title.
Fresh from the win at the Champions Cup, Isaac Robinson jumped five spots up the leaderboard on a gusty Sunday with an 8-under final round to finish in a tie for second place. Robinson averaged over 1050-rated golf over three rounds while notching his fourth consecutive top 10 finish at a DGPT Silver event or higher.
A bogey-free final round kept Gannon Buhr in the top 10, his sixth of the year. He led the event in Circle 2 Putting percentage at 53% with 10 makes on the weekend.
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Three Team players finished in a tie for 15th.
Earning an invite to the United States Disc Golf Championship was Ezra Robinson. He landed in Circle 2 in Regulation at an 83% rate, good for third best in the division.
Väinö Mäkelä continues his strong run of form. Jonesboro marks the fourth consecutive top 25 effort at a tour event for the Finn.
The 24th ranked player in the world, Alden Harris, had his best finish since Texas, and highest finish at an Elite event in 2023.
On the FPO side, Lykke Lorentzen rebounded for her best Elite event finish since the season opener in Las Vegas, coming in a tie for 21st. She was top 15 in the division in Circle 1X and Circle 2 Putting percentage.
G.T. Hancock (T-34th), Kevin Jones (T-44th), and Luke Humphries (T-44th) round out top 50 finishers.
Playing in his home state, Kevin Jones was able to debut his newest Prodigy Collabs Series disc, the Feedback fairway driver, with a limited release on Friday evening after his round.