Koling’s win: Not the way he planned it, but he’ll take it

Winning the USDGC didn’t exactly play out like Jeremy Koling had always envisioned, but in the end his name was on top of the final results thanks to his superb play, earning him his first US title and first pro major victory. Due to safety concerns from the severe weather from Hurricane Matthew and major logistical problems that would not…

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USDGC Round 4 CANCELLED

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Dear Players & Staff, Round 4 of the USDGC has been Cancelled. This was not an easy decision to make. Postponing the round would have caused many logistical problems for both our players and staff. Since many of you have traveled to get here, rescheduling hotel and flight accommodations on such short notice would have proved to be very difficult…

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Dean’s Cup Finals Canceled

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Due to the extreme weather, the Dean’s Cup Finals for Saturday have been canceled. All four college teams including Augusta University, Oregon, NC State, and Liberty showed great spirit in tough, wet conditions during the first round of the Dean’s Cup on Friday. Everyone at the USDGC looks forward to hosting the Dean’s Cup next year.

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VIDEO: USDGC 2016 Round 3 Wrap Up Show

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The moving day lived up to its name today here at the 2016 US Disc Golf Championship, as we witnessed a record number of both eagles and double bogeys or higher on the scorecards. Catch up on the situation going into the final day Jamie Thomas and Avery Jenkins – it’s the USDGC 2016 Round 3 Wrap Up Show!

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VIDEO: USDGC 2016 Round 2 Lead Card Back 9

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It’s Round 2 of the 2016 USDGC at Rock Hill, South Carolina. In this video we follow the lead card, consisting of Patrick Brown, Eagle McMahon, Ricky Wysocki and Jeremy Koling on the Back 9 of the challenging Winthrop Gold Course.

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A Few Minutes with Ricky Wysocki

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Ricky Wysocki of Ft. Mill, SC, is in position to make a strike on the final day to win his first USDGC. He’s only five strokes behind after Friday’s Round 3 when he made the highlight of the day with an ace on Hole 17, which will likely provide momentum all the way into Saturday. I caught up with Wysocki…

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