Weekend Roundup: Allen Completes Flawless Month, Ulibarri Catches Fire, Colglazier and Dickerson Top Podiums


Article by Idris Garcia | Cover Photo by DGPT

Photo by Toni Degerlund

Photo by Toni Degerlund

Catrina Allen’s season was gaining steam as she headed into June. Now, with the calendar flipped to July, it’s full speed ahead. 

Allen was perfect last month, winning three A-Tiers—including a Disc Golf Pro Tour stop—and a National Tour Event. She punctuated the month at last weekend’s Tyyni in Sippo, Finland. 

Allen kept it close in the first round, finishing just one stroke out of first, but by the end of the third and final round, she had raced out to a five stroke win. She secured her spot at the top with an even-par 180. Vanessa Van Dyken climbed into fourth on the final day. 

Seppo Paju posted a strong third place finish in Open Men in his home country, tossing a 24-under par 156. All three teammates will head over to Sweden to continue their tournament stint in Europe. 

Paul Ulibarri was in Troy, Mont., for the Timber Beast Challenge, and fired a 25-under par 83 for the win. Ulibarri built a five stroke lead in round one with a 1047-rated effort. He followed that up with a 1063-rated second round to gain another two strokes and seal the victory. 

Cameron Colglazier picked up his second straight win at The Weapons of Grass Destruction in Tupelo, Miss. Colglazier led wire-to-wire, eventually winning by eight throws. He had at least a share of the hot score in all three rounds, including a 1042-rated second round, to finish with a 28-under par 168. Tray Desnoyer matched Colglazier’s impressive round two and finished second. Jacob Henson’s 19-under par 177 put him in third. 

Chris Dickerson continues to put wins on the board. Dickerson traveled to Roanoke, Va., taking down the Roanoke Summer Classic ODDS #7. He finished with a 25-under par 109. Dickerson was tied for the lead after the first round and turned on the jets in the second. His 1049-rated round put him atop the leaderboard.

Josh Flynn had a convincing win at the 2018 Blue Power Event #2 in Twin Falls, Idaho. Flynn notched a five stroke win with a 13-under par 95, shaking off a one stroke deficit after round one. 

Noah Higgins got his third Advanced win of the year at the EmBee Open in Strathmore, Alberta, Canada. The Alberta native tossed a 12-under par 162 over three rounds to win by three. 

Tournament Player - Finish
Tyyni 🏆 Catrina Allen - 1st (FPO)
Vanessa Van Dyken - 4th (FPO)

Seppo Paju - 3rd
Timber Beast Challenge 🏆 Paul Ulibarri - 1st
Jared Person - 5th
The Weapons of Grass Destruction 🏆 Cameron Colglazier - 1st
Tray Desnoyer - 2nd
Jacob Henson - 3rd

Vinnie Miller - 1st (MPM 40+)
Roanoke Summer Classic ODDS #7 🏆 Chris Dickerson - 1st
2018 Blue Power Event #2 🏆 Josh Flynn - 1st
EmBee Open 🏆 Noah Higgins - 1st (Adv)
The Majestic Cale Leiviska - 2nd
Ben Kroll - T-3rd
Daniel Polk - 8th
King of the Hill Will Schusterick - 2nd
The Beastly Beauty 2018 Billy Ray Osborne - T-2nd (Adv)
Sunny Lake BYOP Doubles Billy Ray Osborne - 2nd
Adam Osborn - 2nd
Maple Hill Old Glory Open Christopher Collette - T-2nd
Women’s Open of Maryland Edition Number 2 Allie Stone - T-2nd
Fourth Annual Action Fest Austin Lytle - 3rd
Dylan Holt - 8th
Lights Out at the Lighthouse 8 Bobby Jones - T-5th
Sam Castiglione - 8th