Kevin Jones competed in, and won, his first ever European disc golf tournament in Estonia. Gannon Buhr and Kolby Sanchez won World titles for the second time at the PDGA Junior World Championships.
David Greenwell collected his 10th PDGA World Championship, winning the Pro Masters 60+ Division at the 2019 PDGA Professional Masters Disc Golf World Championships. Cale Leiviska visited his 50th state upon playing King of the Hill in Anchorage, Ala., and will come home with trophy as a souvenir. Kevin Jones returned to the site of his first career A-Tier win in St. Louis, Mo., and defended his title.
Seppo Paju faced a six stroke deficit two holes into the Beaver State Fling’s fourth and final round in Estacada, Ore., but the tournament was far from over. Paju charged back at the latest National Tour event with a bogey-free 8-under par 53 to narrow the gap all the way to one. Catrina Allen also made a move in the tournament’s final round with an even-par 61.
Chris Dickerson claimed his third straight Tennessee State Disc Golf Championship title in dominant fashion. He built his lead over the course of the four-round A-Tier, and what started as a two stroke round one deficit became a 16 stroke win. Cale Leiviska continued his own winning ways, reeling off a fifth consecutive win at The Iron Range Classic.
Catrina Allen’s win streak may have ended at Discraft’s Portland Open in Oregon, but it didn’t come easily. Allen finished a mere two strokes out of first at the latest Disc Golf Pro Tour event. Seppo Paju finished in a tie for third place finish in Open Men, just one stroke short of joining a playoff for the win, and Kevin Jones also had a top-10 showing for the ninth time in 13 events so far while setting a course record. Colglazier’s six stroke victory earned him a spot in this year’s United States Disc Golf Championship.
Catrina Allen’s seven stroke, wire-to-wire romp at the Santa Cruz Masters Cup is her third Elite Series win in a row and comes on the heels of her nine stroke win the previous weekend. Chris Dickerson made the trip to Central, S.C., where he has had a plenty of success since he first played Huk Central in 2016, winning three of his four starts at the A-Tier event.
Catrina Allen has been locked in several tight races which have been decided on the final hole this season. At The San Francisco Open, however, Allen was able to relax on the 18th tee, the tournament well in hand. She earned that sigh of relief with an eye-popping 18-under par 180, which led the field by nine.