Team: Weekly Roundup

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While Feldberg was winning at the Scandinavian Open, five other Innova players took top ten spots. Denmark’s Karl Johan Nybo placed fifth, two strokes ahead of Markus Kallstrom. Tying for seventh place were Germany’s Simon Lizotte and distance god Christian Sandstrom. Finishing in tenth, Oscar Stenfelt continues to impress for such a young player…. he’s just 16 years old.

Back in the states, Paul Ulibarri took a 4-digit paycheck home for his A-Tier win at the CCR Open. Dean Tannock, obviously prepping for Worlds in the midwest, took the top spot in Masters at CCR.

Devan Owens was probably beaming as he took home a cool grand for first place at the Lighthouse on the Pines tournament in Texas. Chris Sprague represented the Hawkeye State winning the Iowa State Championships by two strokes.

Matt Dollar wins at the Intergalactic Championship in Georgia… does that trump a PDGA Major? His win came when the third round was called on account of a fierce storm that made part of the course unplayable, therefore the standings after the previous round were made final. He had a 7 stroke lead at that point so the result was probably the same.

David Wiggins Jr. accepted his first pro cash, making it official, this 1000 rated 15 year old is now playing as a pro, not just playing LIKE one.

At the Nuclear Meltdown, Kyle Crabtree and Chandler Fry took the shorter podium spots. Coda Hatfield took second place at the Riverside Glide in Oklahoma. At the Santa Maria Open, Philo Brathwaite took second, and Bobby Musick moved up into third when the last putt fell.

Barry Schultz won handily at the Saukville Open and Nate Sexton took second at the Whistlin’ Discs Shootout.