LIVE VIDEO: Lead Group 3rd Round Coverage


We’re proud to bring you the Friday and Saturday open flight rounds live from Winthrop Gold. The live broadcasts are produced by The SpinTV in association with SmashboxxTV. The Live Stream starts at 01:45 PM (ET), 10:45 AM (PT), 20:45  (GMT+3) and you can watch the coverage from the YouTube window below. Our Moving Day lead card consists of Nate…

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Sexton’s Dad Caddying for 3rd Year

Jay (left) and Nate Sexton

Not many people know Nate Sexton better than his caddy. And I’m sure his caddy, Jay Sexton (his father), would agree. Now in their third USDGC, Nate and Jay’s partnership has become a regular thing. “It’s fun. Now that it has become a tradition, it’s cool that he’s able to be there,” said Nate, 30, who is tied for this…

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Showcase Begins with Open Launch Pad

View from the Lake toss launch pad

Want to know what it feels like to take a drive across the Winthrop Lake with a packed USDGC crowd at your back? Well, you’ve got your chance after the USDGC’s last putt drops. For the first 20 minutes of Discmania and Innova’s Big Arm Big Heart distance showcase, the lake launch pad will be open to anyone for a…

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Big Arm Big Heart 2015

Simon Lizotte, one of the four distance finalists last year.

The distance showcase is a huge crowd favorite and a long standing tradition of the USDGC. Presented by Discmania and Innova, the showcase entitled Big Arm Big Heart takes on special meaning as each throw will be raising money to put an end to breast cancer via Throw Pink. Plus, one of those throws could wind up raising $25,000 for…

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Throw Pink Returns to Rock Hill

Throw pink throwing web cover

After a successful inaugural event last year, Throw Pink returns to Rock Hill, S.C., where women and girls can learn disc golf while helping put an end to breast cancer. The female only event is from 9 a.m. to noon, Oct. 10th at Fewell Park in Rock Hill. The cost of $15 includes a skills clinic, 12-hole disc golf round,…

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Round 2 Perf. Flight Summary: Spring Cuts Meintsma’s Lead to 2

Noah Meintsma

During the Performance Flight’s Round 2 on Thursday, Jeffrey Spring beat his projected 78 by 15 strokes and is now beating his projected by a total of 19 strokes, trailing flight leader Noah Meintsma by only two strokes.  Meintsma again beat his projected 76, this time by five strokes, and is besting his projection by a total of 21 strokes.…

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