Cameron Colglazier made his way to Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the Title Town Classic, where he took the win. He jumped out to a four stroke lead after a 1059-rated opening round and was able to hold onto that margin after round two. Chris Dickerson also won in his first action since the Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship. Dickerson conquered All Hyzer’s Eve in Troutville, Va.
2019 has been a great year for Prodigy Disc, on and off the course. In addition to the strong performance by team players, the company has made significant improvements in product quality, manufacturing, and sales. The major contributing factor was the move to a new production facility in late 2018.
Dutch Napier has battled injury this year, but had managed to find success nonetheless. Last weekend, Napier competed in Nat’s Halloween XXXVI in Bowling Green, Ky., and came out on top. It was also a good week to be partnered up with a member of Team Prodigy in doubles, as three different team brought home titles.
Chris Dickerson landed a 420-foot ace and posted the tied the hot score in the final round, finishing just one stroke shy of forcing a three-way playoff at the Hall of Fame Classic. Catrina Allen also had a 3rd place finish in FPO, and while she missed out on defending her Hall of Fame Classic title, she won the season long National Tour Series Championship for the fourth time in her career.
Cale Leiviska claimed his second consecutive King of the North crown, winning the Biwabik, Minn., event by two. Catrina Allen finished sixth at the 2019 United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships in Spotsylvania, Va. She posted an 8-under 183 over three rounds during the Major, and was masterful in accessing the greens all weekend.