With a short turnaround after the World Championships, Paul Ulibarri and Seppo Paju kept their great play going at the Delaware Disc Golf Challenge. Chris Dickerson headed back South to Tennessee and continued to dominate his home state with a win at the Morristown Open.
On the PDGA’s biggest stage, Team Prodigy answered the call. Six players claimed top-12 spots in Open Men, while Catrina Allen jumped five spots in the last round to take sixth in Open Women at the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships.
Among the 280 competitors at this year’s PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships will be Chris Dickerson and Matt Orum, both of whom begin their journey in Jeffersonville, Vt., with wins under their belt.
Paul Ulibarri was able to navigate the tight lines and treacherous out of bounds at The MVP Open at Maple Hill turning in a steady performance to finish in a tie for fifth.
Catrina Allen has not played an event lower than an A-Tier since mid-May, racking up six wins in the process and finishing outside of the top-4 just once.
In the end, neither Chris Dickerson nor Cameron Colglazier came away with the Discraft Ledgestone Insurance Open win, but each held the lead at one time or another during an intense final round that came down to the last hole.
Dickerson outlasted the competition in the Southern heat and humidity in extra holes for his fifth A-Tier win—his second in a row—and 21st overall on the season. With his teammates making a splash down south, Cale Leiviska was dominant up north.
Chris Dickerson did not need another A-Tier win under his belt to make his season impressive, but with the Charlie Vettiner/Wendell Moore Open title in tow, it’s heading more toward historic.
Chris Dickerson and Paul Ulibarri made the most of better weather during the final round of the Idlewild Open. Cameron Colglazier got his third straight PDGA win in a row at the Mid Summer Meltdown No. 3
Juniors and longtime touring pros alike got to showcase their skills at two different PDGA Majors last weekend.
Will Schusterick heads into this week’s Konopiste Open, the year’s first professional major, on a high note. Chris Dickerson will remain in the States, where he has continued to rack up win after win.
Catrina Allen’s season was gaining steam as she headed into June. Now, with the calendar flipped to July, it’s full speed ahead.
Catrina Allen has had quite a month on the course. Allen’s Utah Open win was her first on the Disc Golf Pro Tour this season but her third win in June in three events—none lower than an A-Tier.
Paul Ulibarri checked off a huge career milestone this past weekend in Estiona, while back in the States, some rain and a weather delays were not going to put a damper on Cameron Colglazier’s weekend.
Will Schusterick, 3X USDGC Champion, is back with another Prodigy Pro Tip. In this edition, Will shows you how to gain more control and accuracy on short shots using the "fan grip".
Oregon has been kind to Catrina Allen throughout her career, and the magic continued at this year’s Beaver State Fling.
With temperatures heating up as summer approaches, Core Team members Chris Dickerson and Catrina Allen are following suit on the course.
Matt Orum picked up his fourth PDGA sanctioned win of the year—and third in a row—to go with a pair of Southern Nationals wins. Catrina Allen continued her recent run of strong performances.
In this edition of Prodigy Pro Tips, Seppo Paju teaches you how to line up properly for upshots in order to maximize accuracy and success.
Paul Ulibarri and Catrina Allen posted top-15 National Tour finishes while fellow Core Team members Chris Dickerson, Will Schusterick and Ragna Bygde Lewis picked up wins.