Chris Dickerson continued his strong play throughout the Green Mountain Championships, Disc Golf Pro Tour event, in Jeffersonville, Vt., to finish in fourth place. Catrina Allen finished the event well, tossing the hot round in Open Women on the final day to jump a couple of spots into sixth.
Väinö Mäkelä’s second stint in the States this year has been a successful venture for the Finnish star. Mäkelä again played himself into the top-10 at the MVP Open at Maple Hill, a Disc Golf Pro Tour event. Catrina Allen continued her strong season in Open Women, taking a fourth place finish with a 1-under 182 and shooting another 1000-rated round.
Catrina Allen has taken a commanding lead in the National Tour points standings, stretching her lead out to 30 points after a win at the Delaware Disc Golf Challenge. Allen’s triumph in Newark marks her third NT win of the year. Väinö Mäkelä continued his impressive showing stateside, finishing in a tie for ninth with an 11-under 196.
Team Prodigy competed among the world’s best at the 2019 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships and had several top finishes. Catrina Allen took third in Open Women, and Chris Dickerson (5th), Kevin Jones (7th), Cameron Colglazier (T-18th), Matt Orum (T-18th) and Väinö Mäkelä (T-20th) finished inside the top-20 in Open.
Kevin Jones again made the final round turn atop the Idlewild Open leaderboard this year and stayed there. Catrina Allen also managed the treacherous terrain well in a second place finish, leading in fairway hits, circle 1 in regulation and circle 2 in regulation. Billy Ray Osborn collected a few amateur world titles while Justin Rosak finished third.
Catrina Allen continues to post top finishes, this time taking third at the European Open in Nokia, Finland, to kick off the PDGA Majors. Allen’s podium finish is her 12th in a row and 15th in 16 singles events. Kevin Jones’ final hole of the first round put him in a tough spot, but he battled back over the next three rounds to finish in a ninth place tie.