, 2022-07-22 15:47:54,
There were over 1100 competitors last weekend in Peoria, Illinois at the 2022 Masters and Juniors Disc Golf World Championships. Out of this massive pool, eight Innova Team members rose above their competition and clinched for themselves and for Team Innova eight new world titles. A huge congratulations to Tanner Grayum (MJ08), Oliver Beavers (MJ10), Victoria Eriacho-Paul (FJ18), Joe Rovere (MP40), Ohn Scoggins (FP40), Pam Reineke (FP60), Johnny Sias (MP70), and Pete May (MP80) for outstanding performances in their respective divisions.
MP40 and FP40
Colorado’s Joe Rovere, a player with 125 Open Pro victories in his career, took down his first Major title last weekend becoming the Pro Masters World Champion. Through five and a half rounds, Rovere squeaked out the win by a single stroke. He was one of only two players in the 121 player field who managed to finish under par for the event played on the extremely challenging Northwood Black and Eureka Lake Temp courses. This win marks the largest payout of Rovere’s career. It is a well-deserved victory for a player who has been at the top of the game for well over a decade.
Ohn Scoggins might just be the hottest player in the sport of disc golf this year. With multiple Elite Series podium finishes, A-tier wins, and the 2022 Match Play Championship title, Scoggins went into the 2022 Masters World Championships with serious momentum. She used that momentum to trounce the field, handily beating her competitors by 14 strokes through five and a half rounds. Ohn showed how she has become the player with the best outside the circle putting percentage in the FPO field, nailing deep putts in every round. This is her second, consecutive Masters World title. With half of the 2022 disc golf season still to come, Scoggins will be the player to watch in upcoming FPO events.
They keep making them younger and stronger. Innova Junior Team member Tanner Grayum is the proof. Grayum won the Junior’s eight-and-under division by eleven strokes over the second place finisher after four and a half rounds of consistent, well-played disc golf. Between the semifinals round and the final nine, Grayum shot one under par and took just one bogie in 27 holes. This impressive finish secured Tanner Grayum his place as one of the youngest world champions in disc golf history.
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