, 2022-09-12 16:30:02,
Team Innova had an unbelievable performance at the 2022 Tim Selinske Masters Disc Golf Championships! Seven of our players took first place in their divisions, earning for themselves and for Team Innova seven Major titles. Not only did our athletes win, they dominated. Through the four-round event, the average margin of victory for Team Innova winners was 16 strokes! Congratulations to Ohn Scoggins (FP40), Juliana Korver (FP50), Barry Schultz (MP50), Eric Rainey (MP60), Pam Reineke (FP60), Dr. Rick Voakes (MP70), and Sylvia Voakes (FP70) for commanding wins in their divisions.
The 2022 Tim Selinske Masters took place in Quad Cities, Iowa. Formally known as the US Masters Disc Golf Championships, this Major is one of the most prestigious events of the year for players 40 and over.
The tournament was held across five tightly wooded and technical courses, with more of an emphasis on accuracy and scrambling skills than distance. Over 20 competitors represented Team Innova across ten Pro divisions. The team won seven of the ten available Major titles at the event!
Ohn Scoggins shot -14 for the weekend, winning by a margin of 11 strokes in the FP40 division. Ohn has been having a sensational year. She has been on the FPO podium at the last five Disc Golf Pro Tour events that she competed in. She won the 2022 Match Play Championships in Bailey, Colorado. She has won every event this season that she has entered in the FP40 division, including the Masters World Championship. She currently leads not only the FPO, but all of Team Innova, in combined C1+C2 putting percentage for the season. This 2022 Tim Selinske Masters win marks another huge achievement for Ohn Scoggins during an all-around phenomenal season.
FP50 and MP50
Five-time FPO World Champion, Juliana Korver, won the FP50 division of the 2022 Tim Selinske Masters by a full 18 strokes! Juliana’s return to the sport has been one of the most amazing stories of the past two seasons. She ruled the FPO division in the late 90s and early 2000s, before taking an extended break to focus on other disc disciplines. She went on to win four WFDF Overall Disc World titles, three Double Disc Court World titles, and two Freestyle World titles before returning to disc golf last year. Earlier this season, Juliana placed 3rd at the OTB open in the FPO division, proving she can still compete with the best in the sport. With the inconceivable number of wins JK has had in her career,…
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