Check out this week's Team Prodigy tournament results!
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.
Catrina Allen had a remarkable finish to the 2019 season, claiming both the National Tour Series and the Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship titles. On November 14th, get your hands on her signature series X3 Distance Driver in the all new 500 Plastic, for the first time!
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.
Catrina Allen and Chris Dickerson led a Prodigy sweep at the Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship, becoming the first-ever players to win the DGPT Championship twice. Dickerson also became the first back-to-back champion of the event.