, 2023-03-13 20:26:27,
Team Innova has Seven Top Ten Finishes
The Disc Golf Pro Tour was in Waco, Texas last weekend for the 2023 Waco Annual Charity Open. Team Innova had players on the podium in both FPO and MPO. We had seven top ten finishes between the two divisions, as well as a host of impressive statistics and Team highlights.
Back-to-Back Elite Series Podiums for Heimburg
Coming off a win at the Las Vegas Challenge, Calvin Heimburg returned to the pro tour last weekend looking ready to win back to back Elite Series events. Calvin was in the conversation up until the last few holes of the final round. He finished the event in 3rd place, moving himself into 1st position in DGPT Points Standings for 2023. Calvin led the field in Parked Percentage, hitting the bullseye for birdie on one third of his shots. He also led the field in C2 Hits and was 2nd in Birdie Percentage.
Calvin started his tournament off with one of the best rounds for the weekend at -11. His 72-foot putt to save birdie on hole 4 in that round made a big statement early that Calvin was pressing for the win.
Nate Sexton took 9th place at the 2022 Waco Annual Charity Open. He led the field in Scramble Percentage. As you would expect, Sexton played smart, well-executed disc golf, only taking two bogies for the entire event.
Joel Freeman got his final round off to a truly unbelievable start, shooting 9 down through the first 8 holes. He went on to have a 1076 rated, -12 round, with 14 under par strokes. With that round, Joel jumped 23 spots up the leaderboard into a tie for 10th place. On back to back days, Joel Freeman managed to Eagle the difficult hole 7 with massive drives that landed in Circle One.
Bradley Williams finished in a tie for 10th as well. In the second round, Bradley had one of the biggest highlights of the event, a 111 foot throw-in for birdie on hole 10.
Paul Oman took 13th place, his best Elite Series finish since 2021. He started his tournament off with a -10. In that first round, Paul’s C2 putt to save par on hole 14 was one of the best moments of the weekend.
Scoggins Can Do More Than Just Putt
Ohn Scoggins finished in 3rd place at the Waco Annual Charity Open, this time fighting her way onto the podium with her impressive driving, more than the world-class putting she has become known for. She was 3rd in the field in…
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