Everyone knew that Josh Anthon would eventually garner a big victory to cement his comeback and he has put himself in a position to do so through the first
two days at the Ledgestone Insurance Open presented by Discraft. After taking a two stoke lead into Friday, Anthon shot a 5-under par, 58 to extend his lead to four.
Anthon, who shot 12-under on Friday, had an up and down front nine, shooting an even par front after carding three birdies to match a bogey on hole four and a double bogey on hole five. After a sluggish start, Anthon turned it on in the back half birding holes 11-13 before finishing out his round with three more birdies and one bogey. Josh was accurate off the tee, hitting 84% of fairways and was able to capitalize inside circle one, hitting 95% of his circle one putts.
A few strokes behind Anthon sits Ricky Wysocki who put together quite the putting performance on Friday. Ricky hit 100% of his circle one putts and 60% of his circle two putts, including huge putts on hole one, three, and four, en route to a 4-under par, 59 to move him into second place. Paul Ulibarri, who began the day in second, moved down a slot behind Wysocki after his 2-under par performance. Ulibarri is followed by Paul McBeth and Greg Barsby who sit at 11-under for the event after shooting 5-under and 3-under respectively.
The hot round of the day belonged to Collin Bailey who used his 6-under par performance to rocket eight spots up the leaderboard to fifth place. Other big movers on the day included Bobby Musick (-4) who jumped 12 spots to sixth, KJ Nybo (-3) who improved 11 spots to seventh and Cale Leviska who shot from 27th to a tie for 10th.
The Ledgestone Insurance Open is the perfect combination of a high level event with a challenging course and large payout. This combination has lead to must watch disc golf through the events’ first two days and the action will only heat up over the weekend. Stay tuned to the Disc Golf Pro Tour as we bring you all of the exciting action from Lake Eureka.
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