Round 4 Summary: Grand Slam Activated

Disc golf history was made at the USDGC during Saturday’s final round when Paul McBeth won his first USDGC and completed disc golf’s Grand Slam in the process when he beat Richard Wysocki by five strokes. Coming from three strokes behind to start the day, McBeth shot a 61 (-6), overtaking Round 3 leader Nate […]
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Round 3 Perf. Flight Summary: Tight Race for Final Round

With a three stroke lead, Noah Meintsma just needs one more good round to become the 2015 Performance Flight Champ on Saturday. However, Anthony Hauf, who beat his projected 86 by 10 strokes during Friday’s Round 3, has his own plans to take the flight. Others near the top of the Performance Flight after three […]
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Round 3 Summary: McBeth's Grand Slam Hopes Still Alive

With one round left to play for the US Championship, Nate Sexton and his superb sidearm continue to lead the field at (-23), while Paul McBeth and Richard Wysocki made big moves during Friday’s Round 3 to jump to second at (-20) after they both shot a 57 (-10). Sexton knows this is still far […]
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Round 2 Perf. Flight Summary: Spring Cuts Meintsma's Lead to 2

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 […]
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Round 2 Summary: Doss and Sexton Tied for the Lead

It was a tale of two Nates, as both Nate Doss and Nate Sexton battled during Round 2 of USDGC on Thursday and both ended up deadlocked for the USDGC lead at (-16). Trailing our co-leaders are: Alex Geisinger (-11), and Zach Melton, Richard Wysocki, and Paul McBeth are all at (-10). Doss’s lead shrinks as […]
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Round 1 Summary: Doss Takes Early Lead

2008 US Champ Nate Doss took early control of the USDGC leaderboard during Wednesday’s Round 1 after his blistering 56 (-11), while defending US Champ Will Schusterick skidded hard concluding his round and finished with a 69 (+2). Wednesday's pleasant weather was a far cry from conditions in the days leading up to the event. Others near […]
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