Weekend Roundup: Schusterick Wins in Europe and Dickerson Adds to Season Total Stateside


Article by Idris Garcia | Cover Photo by DGPT

Will Schusterick heads into this week’s Konopiste Open, the year’s first professional major, on a high note.

Schusterick traveled to compete in the Pärnu Open 2018 in Estonia, and held off a late charge to take the win. He posted the hot score in the first two rounds on the way to a 22-under par 164 total over three rounds.

Catrina Allen and Paul Ulibarri will join him in the Czech Republic after posting strong finishes of their own. Allen finished in a three-way tie for second at the Skellefteå Open in Sweden after a tight battle in the Open Women’s division that resulted in a four-way tie for first. Her second place finish at an A-Tier continues a strong summer.

Ulibarri heads to Konopiste after a 12th place showing at the Great Lakes Open, a Disc Golf Pro Tour Event in Milford, Mich. Cale Leiviska was also at the event and finished seventh.

Chris Dickerson will remain in the States, where he has continued to rack up win after win. Last weekend in Harrisonburg, Va., was no different, as he topped the podium with a 12-under par 96 in two rounds.

The win marks Dickerson’s 18th of the year and third in a row. Dan Hastings finished second in the event with an 8-under par 100 and Lance Brown finished in a tie for eighth.

Jacob Henson has made the most out of his summer tour, taking down the Bluff City Classic in Memphis, Tenn. Henson rocketed to the top of the leaderboard with a 1059-rated first round and remained there all three rounds, totaling a 32-under par 143. Tray Desnoyer tossed a 17-under par 158 to finish fourth.

Mandy Sharp took first in Open Women with her 18-over par 193. Sharp also took the wire-to-wire win and finished an impressive 19 strokes ahead.

Mitch Privette won the White Cedar Open in Superior, Wisc., using a scorching first round of his own. He rode a 1040-rated round one to an 18-under par 100 total. He didn’t slow down much in round two, winning by eight strokes. Ben Kroll’s 9-under par 109 landed him in fourth.

Dustin Perry overcame a five-stroke deficit to win a tight race at Throw at the Stone IV in Macon, Ga. Perry saved his best for the third and final round to jump into a first-place tie, eventually winning the playoff. Austin Lytle came in sixth with a 21-under par 162.

Nick Snelling won a close one at Bringing Back Baker. Snelling came back from a stroke back after the first round in Kewanee, Ill., to win by one, shooting a 23-under par 103 total.

Pete Ulibarri was also a one stroke winner in Pinetop, Ariz., at Top of the Pines. Ulibarri tossed a 1038-rated second round and averaged 14 points above his rating to finish with a 31-under par 146.

Cooper Legee shot a 5-under par 56 at the Hoot and Scoot II, a one-round event in Franklin, Mass., to take the win and Daniel Polk won the MDS Crown College, an unsanctioned event. Polk also finished sixth at the Spamtown Open in Austin, Minn.

Tournament Player - Finish
Rocktown Classic 🏆 Chris Dickerson - 1st
Dan Hastings - 2nd
Lance Brown - T-8th
Parnu Open 2018 🏆 Will Schusterick - 1st
Skelleftea Open Catrina Allen - T-2nd
Great Lakes Open Cale Leiviska - T-7th
Paul Ulibarri - 12th
Bluff City Classic 2018 🏆 Jacob Henson - 1st
Tray Desnoyer - 4th

🏆 Mandy Sharp - 1st (FPO)
White Cedar Open 🏆 Mitch Privette - 1st
Ben Kroll - 4th
Bringing Back Baker 🏆 Nick Snelling - 1st
Top of the Pines 🏆 Pete Ulibarri - 1st
Throw at the Stone IV 🏆 Dustin Perry - 1st
Austin Lytle - 6th
Hoot and Scoot II 🏆 Cooper Legee - 1st
MDS Crown College 🏆 Daniel Polk - 1st
2018 LFDT-5 Salmon Falls Joshua Seeley - 2nd
2018 Clay Park Classic Bobby Jones - T-2nd (MPM 50+)
Seviren Lang Memorial Sam Lee - 6th
Spamtown Open Daniel Polk - 6th