Weekend Roundup: Kevin Jones Picks Up First Prodigy Win, Dickerson Wins by 10, and Schusterick Grabs First of 2019

WEEKEND ROUNDUP: KEVIN JONES PICKS UP FIRST PRODIGY WIN, DICKERSON WINS BY 10, AND SCHUSTERICK GRAB FIRST OF 2019

Article by Idris Garcia

Kevin Jones took his first win with Prodigy in San Angelo, Texas, at the 17th Annual Crush on the Concho. Jones averaged over 1057-rated golf on the weekend and won by four with a 27-under 147.

Jones tossed a 1079-rated second round to take the lead after a two stroke deficit following round one, and secured the win with a 1064-rated effort in round three. Nick Rowton shot a 9-under 165 to finish seventh, and Lance Brown’s strong final round moved him three strokes back into ninth.

Chris Dickerson picked up his second win in a row and sixth of the season at the Creekside Open 2019 in Archdale, N.C. Dickerson laid down three solid rounds over the two-day event to lead wire-to-wire and ultimately finish ten throws ahead.

He saved his best round for last, wrapping up the event with a 1057-rated round on the way to a 33-under par 137 total. Brandon Robertson grabbed a spot on the podium in third with a 20-under 150.

Will Schusterick also secured his first win of the year at Nooga 2019 Benefitting Chambliss for Children in Chattanooga, Tenn. He paced the field after the first round, battling slick and soggy conditions as much as other competitors.

Schusterick again shot the hot score in the second round to tack on two more strokes onto his lead and total a 20-under 96. Teammate Brandon Brown was within a stroke on the last hole of the tournament, but Schusterick’s easy birdie chance on the par-5 18th forced a risky shot for eagle and Brown had to settle for second.

Matt Orum kept the Core Team rolling with a win in Metairie, La., at the 2019 Pot of Gold. It was his second win of the year, and his 18-under 90 was three throws better than second. Orum got off to a blazing start with a 1077-rated first round and was able to hold on in round two. Cameron Colglazier finished fifth with a 12-under 96.

Austin Lytle got a leg up in Georgia Super Series, winning the series’ first event at Meeks Madness 12 in Blairsville. Lytle took a one stroke advantage in the first round, and did not waiver with the lead, finishing with a 12-under 100, which was three ahead of second.

Lytle shot the low score in both rounds to average 34 points over his rating in the winning performance. Dylan Holt and Alden Harris tabbed top-10 finishes in seventh and eighth respectively.

Tray Desnoyer and Todd Bagwell partnered to take down the 2019 Meeman Roc Run, an unsanctioned doubles event. Mandy Sharp and her partner won in the Open Women’s division.

Allie Stone had an unsanctioned doubles win in the Mixed division at Guerrilla Dubs where Sam Shiley finished in second in Open Men.

Billy Ray Osborn excelled in the trees to win The Woods of BG in Bowling Green, Ky. Osborn won Advanced at the rain shortened event by four.

Robert Duran also had an Advanced win at the Disc Devils Desert Dream Classic in Mesa, Ariz., with his 14-under 99.

Tournament Player - Finish
17th Annual Crush on the Concho 🏆 Kevin Jones - 1st
Nick Rowton - 7th
Lance Brown - 9th
Creekside Open 2019 🏆 Chris Dickerson - 1st
Brandon Robertson - 3rd
Meeks Madness 12, GSS #1 🏆 Austin Lytle - 1st
Dylan Holt - 7th
Alden Harris - 8th
Nooga 2019 Benefitting Chambliss Center for Children 🏆 Will Schusterick - 1st
Brandon Brown - 2nd
2019 Meeman Roc Run 🏆 Todd Bagwell - 1st
🏆 Tray Desnoyer - 1st

Mandy Sharp - 1st (FPO)
Disc Devils Desert Dream Classic 🏆 Robert Duran - 1st (Adv)
2019 Meeman Roc Run 🏆 Todd Bagwell - 1st
🏆 Tray Desnoyer - 1st

Mandy Sharp - 1st (FPO)
The Woods of BG 🏆 Billy Ray Osborn - 1st (Adv)
Guerrilla Dubs 🏆 Allie Stone - 1st (Mixed)

Sam Shiley - 2nd
GYROscope #1: The Campside Open II Sam Shiley - 2nd

Allie Stone - 2nd (FPO)
2019 Kan-U-Wyco Ben Kroll - 2nd
March Mush Cameron Benak - 5th
ACO VIII Kolby Sanchez - T-3rd (Int)
The Waters of BG Billy Ray Osborn - T-6th