Drew gibson wins at portland: 2019 Portland Open presented by Discraft and Bevel Craft Brewing: MPO Final Round Recap - Blue Lake DGC is a Playoff FactoryRead Now
Oh dang. That was some stupid good disc golf. We started the final round of the 2019 Portland Open presented by Discraft and Bevel Craft Brewing with Simon Lizotte and James Conrad tied for first at 18 under par. By the time they had finished hole 12, Simon was in second and James was in a tied sixth. At that very moment, Eagle McMahon, from the chase card had birdied hole 15, making things look like Lizotte was chasing McMahon now. That is just a snapshot of how close things were because if the two crush boys battling wasn’t enough for you, let’s just throw in a charging Drew Gibson. Coming down the final stretch it was between the three of them. By the time the chase card finished their round, Eagle and Drew were tied for first and Simon was only two back with three to play. I’ll tell you this now but you have to promise to keep reading or at least go watch. Drew won, Eagle took second, Simon took third, and a bunch of other amazing guys were right behind them. Now, let’s climb the podium.
Simon Lizotte had the distinct honor of starting the round tied for first. But as we already mentioned by hole 12, he was already trailing. But when you know the shape of the window you have to hit, and you're Simon, you hit it. On the tee of 16, he had three holes left to play and every other card was done. He had two throws to make up for the tie. But birdie out and he wins. A strong drive followed by a less than ideal approach left him a just outside the circle putt for birdie on the elevated pin. Just before he could take his putt, Kevin Jones had to slam one home…and then get what must have been the worst splash out of the day – dead center pole, in the meat of the chains, on the ground. There's nothing like a nasty chain out to make you doubt your putt, but Simon squeaked it in anyways.
These last two holes deserve their own breakdown. Simon had the box on hole 17, but his drive left him short and left. The approach didn’t get him that much closer to a birdie either. Without that birdie, the best he could now do is tie Gibson and McMahon. His third toss was a keen sidearm roller that got him as close as it could, but birdie was all but out of the question. As Nate Doss called, it this last shot here might as well be the “shot of the tournament” for Lizotte. His par was an essential step on his way to his part in the playoff. His Sky God II more than delivered, leaving him an easy putt for par and one last chance at his part in the playoff. On to the tee of 18 for his last chance - birdie or third.
18 played the fifth easiest on the day so it was more than within his capabilities. Compared to yesterday, he made the correction. Keeping his drive far enough right rather than too far inside on the left. Alas, Simon problems, he had overshot the landing zone if you want that pure and clean straight look at the green. This time it was a real problem though. For his second shot, he chose the high hyzer on the right but landed it just off the left. It actually bounced off the Pro Tour wall to stay in bounds leaving him a lengthy putt for birdie. Nevermind birdie – make the putt. Playoff, miss it, third. 50’. Up. It was high enough. But only for a moment before it hit the Pro Tour tower below the elevated basket and he lost his chance at the playoffs. That’s the show we got to watch on live today, but that chase card had a few things to say.
After the lead card finished their round and Simon Lizotte was confirmed to be out of the running it was left to another two crushers. Eagle McMahon and Drew Gibson. That’s right, we’re at Blue Lake and there’s a playoff, and it’s not Wysocki and McBeth this time. What’s truly unreal about this is that they both came from the Chase Card. McMahon has been here before. He’s won a few big events or two before. This would be a huge win for Gibson if he could snag it. They knew the position they were in so they were more than ready when they hit the teepad of hole 1. Both of them birdied this hole to start their rounds about 3 or 4 hours earlier today. Eagle had the honors of teeing off first but his drive left quite a bit to be desired. His roller attempt chopped through some cabbage in the canopy before rolling towards the OB right. Gibson licked his chops and squared up what is the biggest tournament moment of his life. He opted for the air shot, but caught a late branch and fell to the center of the fairway. The two competitors walked towards the basket without a call from the spotters, but likely they didn't want to deliver the bad news. Eagle was out of bounds and left with a monster putt for the circle 3. That left Gibson with an easy approach for par. Lucky for him today, in this playoff, par is how we say, winner. To be clear, it wasn't a tap in, he left himself a solid 20 footer.
Drew Gibson could have taken the tournament without a playoff. That is until a jaw-dropping error on hole 16 when he missed a tap in putt on the elevated basket. But he fired right back with two birdies to finish the day and tie Eagle McMahon. Not that Eagle didn't give him back the same mistake with his putt for birdie on 18. I'd tell you about all the stats but this tournament was far too tumultuous to lean on those numbers. The only player to stay on the lead card after round 1 was Simon Lizotte and then he was the only player in the top three at the end of round 2 to stay on the podium. But the real survivor has to be Drew Gibson. I was once chatting with the Pro Tour Staff last year when they jokingly told me that Drew Gibson had been at more events than they had. The guy has been at every event until the last couple because of injury. I guess we've got a bit of a "rookie of the year" on our hands. Except this time the “rookie” is one of the most experience on the tour. Congrats Drew, what an incredible win.
Eagle McMahon is disgusting. That guy actually carded three pars in the first 12 holes! Can you believe that? He'd go on to only card three more pars, finishing the round at 13 under par. You might think that' a fantastic finish until you hear about his final putt. Squaring up 18's elevated basket Eagle was looking at birdie, smooth yet firm, he fired just a hair left. Chains. Cage. Swirl. Drop…to the ground. With that single missed Circle 1X putt he was tied with Drew Gibson who had birdied 18. The emotion was real and raw. He knew the repercussions of that kind of slip. He had given Lizotte a pathway to a solo victory. Not an easy path, but a path none the less. As we now know, Lizotte wouldn't catch them, and the tie would be left to them. It's hard to say anything else about Eagle's day except to say, I bet that guy wishes he had that putt on 18 again.
Honestly, this is the best kind of disc golf I like to watch, but it's some of the hardest to write about. Only one player led more than a single stat in the field and that guy didn't even win! It was Seppo Paju who parked 22% of the baskets for birdie or better and scrambled 92% of the time. He threw single birdie on hole 8 in round 2. What?!? That's crazy. As we wind things down here it wouldn't be a good read without an eagle update. No not McMahon, I mean a 240' eagle throw-in from Austin Hannum on hole 5. Why can't we catch that on the lead card! Well, we got to see plenty of huge makes anyways. We'll be gone for just a few weeks but don't forget to put us on your calendar – Ledgstone – June 21-23. Be there or be square.
This article written by Staff Editor & Writer Zach Podhorzer.
Just go rewind the live coverage. If you really don’t have time, here’s the update on the 2019 inaugural edition of the Portland Open presented by Discraft and Bevel Craft Brewing. Paige Pierce just barely eked out a win over Catrina Allen, finishing the event at a total 10 under par to Catrina's 8. The two were only one apart on 18, and only a few inches on Catrina's upshot kept her from a better chance at keeping the pressure on. Just a handful back there was a battle for third at even to par, the result: A tie between Lisa Fajkus and Rebecca Cox. Let’s get into it.
Paige Pierce takes Catrina Allen by six throws on hole 11 alone. There were only two birdies on that basket all weekend, and both belong to Pierce. Pierce didn’t really have a single hole that proved her nemesis like 11 did for Catrina though. Both times she birdied it she did so from the back reaches of circle 2 after playing a high route over the trees on her approach. Perhaps her most triumphant moment though was when she slew a dragon that had rebuked her all weekend. After two pars on hole 13, she finished it off by throwing 16’ past the basket…that was 440’ from the tee. Eagle 2! There were a good number of birdies on 13, but on this eagle, Pierce was alone again.
If it hadn’t already become clear as she started the back nine. Paige was hitting the gas. Then, on her approach to 15’s basket, her hyzer was way too high and drifted out of bounds. I’m sure Catrina was licking her chops at the prospect of gaining a throw on Pierce with her par, but Paige had something to say. Stepping up quickly she let loose an arrow of 70’ putt right into the chains. Three holes left to play with a two throw lead over Catrina could be giving Paige a sniff of safety but a lot could go wrong in these last three holes. All of which are playing over par on average. 16 brought birdies for them both, but 17 brought drama. Pierce had to putt first, leaving her approach shorter than Catrina. Taking a circle 2 putt from the fringe of the rough an airball was exactly what she didn’t need, leaving her about 25 feet for par, while Catrina was still waiting to take her birdie putt.
On that 18th hole, Catrina had the box, but Paige had the lead. Catrina's drive looked like t might leak left, but instead, it leaked back in bounds after tickling the left side rough. Paige would need to match it or better, she played it plenty wide and that kept it plenty safe. Catrina’s turn first at what would end up being the shot of the tournament. Her second shot was only a few inches too high and the leaves slowed her shot down just enough to leave her with a lengthy look from circle 2. Advantage Paige and Paige took advantage of the moment too. She went to the forehand for what felt like the first time in a while, scooting her approach just a bit closer than Catrina.
There were 60' left in the event for Catrina Allen. If she wanted to tie, she would have to make it. Paige, only a bit closer claimed her well-earned lay-up for par and brought her to a third big victory in 2019. It started at Nick Hyde, she kept it going at Jonesboro, and after three second-place finishes in a row, Paige Pierce found her second DGPT win of the season. That should give a squeaker of a lead to Pierce for the season right now. They both have two wins and two second-place finishes, but Paige has a third-place finish while Catrina has a fourth. To anyone who thinks Paige is stumbling this year, the reality is Catrina is charging like she hasn't in years and Paige is just barely fending her off. That's exactly what we want to see!
Catrina Allen played the cleanest golf of the weekend. Carding only 6 bogeys and 1 triple bogey maintaining a 68% Scramble Rate. While Paige was drawing the attention with her solo-birdies and a snazzy eagle, Catrina kept on pluggin’ away. Carding only par’s interspersed with birdies after her first of only two bogeys of the day on hole 2. The final bogey would come on 18 after she missed her 66’ look at birdie to tie Pierce for a playoff, she took a frustrating but insignificant bogey after missing her drop-in putt for par. Despite the second place results, Catrina played a truly fantastic weekend of golf and it’s hard to say which mistake was the dagger. There was only a few more than a handful in the last three days.
Just a handful of throws behind them a handful of players were jostling for third. Lisa Fajkus, Madison Walker, and Rebecca Cox were all bouncing right around even, occasionally reaching below or stumbling behind. Rebecca Cox found glory in the front and trouble in the back. On a course like Blue Lake you have to keep things in bounds – that may have influenced Rebecca’s tendency to leave some shots a bit short. Like many players, she also struggled on hole 11, but still kept the bleeding to only three over on the weekend, a far better outcome than most were unlucky enough to take. Her bogey on 18 forced her into a tie with Fakjus.
Fajkus experience an opposite trend, taking the pain early with a bogey and a double bogey in the first five holes. But she fired right back with four birdies and not a single other bogey or worse in the final round. True to her reputation as a great putter, Lisa led the field for the weekend at 82%. It was her clean finish that would ultimately keep her tied with Rebecca Cox who had played on the lead card today.
Madison Walker even did a bit better on hole 11 than Catrina, Lisa or, Rebeca, but found some trouble today in the center cut of the course. From hole 5 through 10, she didn't card a single par, finishing that run two over par. She definitely righted the ship on 11, carding that first par in some time. Early on her problem had been the putt but in the final stretch of the course, she fixed those problems. Hitting two Circle 2 Putts from almost 40' for her par on 11 and then for birdie on hole 14 – 1 of only 5 birdies on that hole today. Her fifth-place fate was sealed on the drive of 18 when she started the hole 1 behind Fajkus who was already finished in the clubhouse at a total even to par.
For all the back and forth in the fight for third it was ultimately Fajkus and Cox who tied at even and Walker who drifted back to 3 over and solo fifth. Things start to spread out by 2 or 3 throws at a time from there but despite the great play at the top, the throw-in of the day came from Kira Alexander who finished the event in 22. She threw in a birdie from 150' on hole 2 to get her round stated. Jessica Weese wins the title for biggest day three leap, jumping four spots from 10th to sixth with her 3 under round. The hot round honors though go to Paige and Catrina who tied at 5 under, which pushed the lead Paige took in day two right through to the end. Hole 12 proved to be the most difficult challenge, yielding exactly zero birdies all weekend.
Article written by Staff Editor & Writer Zach Podhorzer.
Round two of Discraft's Portland Open presented by Bevel Brewing is in the books and with the perfect weather came near perfect scores. As the clouds broke and the sun emerged at the Blue Lake Disc Golf Course, the pros were ready to make moves after rough scoring conditions during day one.
From yesterday's feature card to the 8th card today Eagle McMahon carded one of the hot rounds today finishing at -12 par for the round. Eagle kept a clean card but struggled with his circle two putting, landing a lone circle two putt on hole 13 to grab the birdie. His 33% C2 rate for the day put him in 26th place for the tournament in circle two putting. His 100% C1x and scramble rates were what kept him in the hunt, and he will be looking to make moves within the top ten on the final day tomorrow.
Moving up the leaderboard and staying well within the cash today was Northwest Pacific local Kyle Crabtree. Kyle had a 75% C2 putting rate today to help keep him in the hunt and throw double digits under par. Had he not two-putted on holes 10 and 11 he would have been two more throws under par and in the mix to potentially make it into a top ten finish on championship Sunday. Kyle did move up 35 spots today to finish T21. He has shown he has what it takes to make moves at Blue Lake and will be one you want to follow on Udisc tomorrow to see what moves he makes.
Also in double digits under par was James Conrad. Playing bogey-free golf, James did have three OB strokes that if he had back would put him squarely in the lead but instead he shares the lead with Simon Lizotte going into the final round. Uniquely enough, James only had one circle two putt all day, while he missed the putt, his C1 and scramble percentages helped to elevate him to his tie for first place. He could be hunting down his second Disc Golf Pro Tour victory tomorrow.
The story of the day however, came from card 11 which featured Kevin Jones. Kevin had started his previous three rounds (stretching back into Santa Cruz) with a bogey or worse on his opening two holes. When he carded two birdies back-to-back to start the round, you could tell it was going to be a great day. Kevin's first par was on hole twelve where he went OB on the drive and saved the par with a C2 putt from 60ft. After an errant drive on 17, Kevin was unable to scramble and ended up with his only bogey of the day. With sixteen birdies and a -15, course record-setting showing he moved up 35 spots into a tie for third place going into the final round.
The lead card tomorrow will feature Simon Lizotte and James Conrad who are tied for the lead and Nate Sexton and Kevin Jones who are tied in third place. You will not want to miss the action on the final day as there are still several players with a chance at bringing home the inaugural Portland Open victory. The live coverage will start at 6 PM ET. Let your friends know and tune in to watch!
This afternoon rain was the story of the game at Blue Lake Disc Golf Course for the MPO division at Discraft's Portland Open presented by Bevel Brewing. Rain was in the forecast all week and thankfully as the day progressed the chances of rain moved further back into the afternoon. Alas, the clouds could wait no longer, and about an hour before the live card began, rain started to fall from the sky.
On the 10 AM Jomez Pro filmed card Michael Johansen, Nate Sexton, and Alex Russell all had solid rounds after missing most of the rain. Michael Johansen was able to retain the hot score of -9 for most of the afternoon. Sexton and Alex were close behind with -8 rounds. You can watch for the full round coverage on the Jomez Productions channel tomorrow afternoon.
After the 10 AM tee time, other hot rounds were carded by Simon Lizotte and James Proctor. There is one striking aspect of the scorecards of those who made it to the top of the leaderboard after day one, and that is their performance on the back nine of the course. Every player in the top five currently carded a birdie on 18. Additionally, each of these players also carded at least two other birdies on the back nine. While it is easy to score on the front nine of the course, in fact, most players are putting together impressive birdie strings on the front nine, it is difficult to stay below par on the back nine. However, for the players in the hunt here at the Portland Open, they were able to card the birdies which makes all the difference.
While having a close field (four players T5 and three players T2), there is one player who sits at the top of the leaderboard, shooting double digits under par. This player is currently 5th in DGPT standings but is a player who has not received much screen time leading up to this event. Discraft's own Adam Hammes is in the lead after day one carding an impressive -10. Adam started the day behind the gun, landing two bogeys to start. He would then proceed to birdie eight holes in a row to finish the front nine -7. He was one of seventeen players to card the birdie on seventeen, finishing the back nine with five birdies and no bogeys. Adam was helped to the top of the leaderboard by his 89% 1st in Fairway percentage. He is also sitting 3rd in C2 putts, hitting 75% of his putts from circle two on the day. Making shots where it counted in the rain was, and now he will have the opportunity to make a statement playing with a lead tomorrow during round two.
You can tune in to watch lead card coverage of Discraft's Portland Open presented by Bevel Brewing tomorrow starting at 6 PM ET. With better weather in the forecast, it will be a broadcast that you will not want to miss.
Discraft’s Portland Open round one is in the books and unsurprisingly the classic remains contemporary – Paige Pierce and Catrina Allen have already started to peel away from the rest of the pack but they can’t shake each other quite yet. These two contemporary legends are locked in a tie at 5 under par. Seriously, how many times has this actually happened? After them, you have to jump 5 throws back to see Lisa Fajkus and Paige Bjerkaas tied in third place even to par. There's a ton of birdies available out at Blue Lake but there are also still five baskets that have yet to be birdied. Hopefully, we'll get to see some of those on tomorrow's lead card live footage. But for now, let's get into today.
Not only has Catrina Allen been on fire lately but her putt was absolutely on fire inside Circle 1 today, missing only 1 out of 11 putts inside the 10-meter ring. The first third of her day was the slowest, after a bogey 5 on hole 3, she carded her first of 7 total birdies today. After that, she started cruising on a steady stream of birdies and pars. Including a 49’ jumper on 15 to save par when she really needed it to stay neck-and-neck with Pierce who was just a few baskets ahead of her carving a path towards the hot score of the day. Step by step, Catrina's score crept lower and lower just as Pierce's did until she found stumbled on tee and fairway of 17. An early tree on her drive left her in less than ideal position. Her second throw wasn’t much better, finding yet another tree. There’s a reason that hole 17 played fourth hardest on the day. No big deal. Catrina closed out the day with her second Circle 2 putt of the day on the elevated 18th basket for a 38’ birdie to tie Pierce for first. Speaking of Paige Pierce…
Paige absolutely caught fire in the middle of the course. Starting on hole six, she carded 5 birdies in a row, including a 60’ birdie 4 on the 825’ par 5 hole 7. The only other player to streak that hot was Missy Gannon who’s currently tied for 14th. Pierce was clearly feeling it as she just kept that rolling for three more holes. Another bogey on hole 12 was worked off with a birdie on hole 15. Pierce wrapped up the day with 2 pars and final birdie on 18. Earning her half-ownership of the lead with Catrina Allen. We didn't get to see Pierce's round live but a quick look at her stats on UDiscLive will show a number of 1st place ribbons. It'll be great to see how she shreds Blue Lake tomorrow on the lead card. Especially since it will be yet again in a fierce battle with Catrina Allen.
Joining Paige and Catrina on tomorrow’s lead card and tied for third will be Lisa Fajkus and 2018 World Champion Paige Bjerkaas. Lisa played well from the tee and fairway but did not take full advantage on the green, making 60% of her Circle 1X putts compared to her season average of 64% and not collecting a single Circle 2 Putt. Capitalizing on the opportunities she had on baskets 4, 5, 17, and 18 amounts to the deficit she’ll face tomorrow when she tries to catch the leader. Bjerkaas fared better on the green at 78% in Circle 1X but she tested that twice as much as Fajkus taking a total 9 from Circle 1X to Fajkus’ 5. Fajkus did find one more birdie than Bjerkaas, but she also found one more bogey. They'll be a fantastic battle to watch on tomorrow's lead card and with any luck, they'll motivate each other enough to chase down Pierce and Allen.
The Chase card isn’t far back though. Rebecca Cox finished round one 2 over par but also carded four birdies. Hole 11 looks to be a good early bet for her nemesis this weekend with her double-bogey 6. But she's got hole 9 on lock, parking her upshot for a birdie 3 on the 515' par 4. Jessica Weese, at 3 over par, just couldn’t find enough birdies out there today, in part due to missing four putts inside Circle 1. She’s followed by Vanessa Van Dyken rode the roller coaster today, carding 5 birdies but suffering 8 bogey throws. Five of those were the result of OB penalties. Her day had started so hot though with a 60’ make to be the only player to birdied basket #1. Behind them in a tie for 9th is Madison Walker and Hailey King who both found 3 birdies but lost 7 back on bogeys or worse.
Blue Lake Disc Golf Course is working out just fine I’d say. We’ve got a bit of the standard separation we’ve been seeing lately, but that doesn’t mean the 9 players who are within 5 of third place aren’t going to do everything they can to make a move on our leaders. Don’t get me wrong, I also can’t wait to watch Paige and Catrina start Round 2 of Discraft’s Portland Open tied at 5 under. That’s a recipe for a legend if I’ve ever seen one. Make sure you don’t miss the action as things continue this afternoon for MPO and tomorrow at noon EST for Round 2. Or if you’ve got the weather get out there and play!
This article written by Staff Writer and Editor Zach Podhorzer.
The year was 2014, for context consider these facts: 1. Ricky Wysocki played for Prodigy, 2. Paul McBeth played for Innova, and 3. "Royals" by Lorde was inescapable. 4. The PDGA World Championships were held in Portland, OR. After a grueling 6 rounds and semi-finals, McBeth and Wysocki were only _ apart. Now go watch it before you keep reading. It's a legendary battle that represents an era we are all but saying goodbye to.
Now that you've had a taste of what Blue Lake could offer the best of the best back then let's fast-forward to the present. It’s Friday night of Memorial Weekend in 2019 and tomorrow morning will start the 2019 inaugural edition of Discraft’s Portland Open. A quick look at the tournament details and you’ll notice things are already different than 5 years ago. First, we’re going to play three straight rounds on Blue Lake Disc Golf Course, and it is still monstrously long. Second, Paul McBeth will not be in attendance. Good thing we have one of the most competitive MPO fields in history to take his place and challenge Ricky. On top of those differences, so much has changed in disc golf, and the ceiling is even higher than it was before. For example, In 2014, Wysocki shot the hot round on Blue Lake at 11 under par. I’ll be curious to see where that would put him this weekend though. So who are the biggest threats?
After four events are concluded we have a good sense of who’s playing the best on the Pro Tour. A quick look at that list will yield plenty of names you’ve seen on plenty of signature discs, but you’ll also see a few names you’re not as familiar with as unless you’re a fanatic. It’s also worth noting that Paul McBeth is the only person in the top 10 for DGPT Points not attending, but if anyone can skip it I guess it’s the guy who has 50 points on the rest of the field. Made additionally interesting by the fact that Paul is the guy who won the last time the bulk of the touring field ran this track. But you don’t get to be a 4x World Champ by making bad decisions, so I’m just going to trust Paul on this one.
Moving on down the leaderboard, the name that stands out to me the most has to be Eagle McMahon who won a National Tour the last time he was in Oregon. The guy might even be thinking of this weekend as a great warm-up win before he goes on to defend that Beaver State Fling title in two weeks. He'll have to beat Ricky though, who since the Texas States has been on a bit of a tear of his own – earning 4 podium finishes in a row, including his win at our most recent DGPT event, the San Francisco Open. Eagle McMahon’s distance game will, no doubt, give him a competitive edge over Ricky, maybe a few Eagle eagles, you know? Would love to see that! But Ricky can balance that out on the generally wide open and relatively flat greens of Blue Lake DGC.
Speaking of lanky guys, just because he hasn’t been scoring his wins on the Pro Tour, we really can’t forget about Calvin Heimburg the current leader of the PDGA's National Tour. But only by a literal couple of points over Eagle. His season has had a few cold spells but overall he's scoring great on a lot of different courses. In particular, though he's playing well on open courses lined with OB (GBO, SFO, Master's). And the wind certainly hasn't been a problem for his cannon either. He's smooth as butter putting form also slams home a firm putt, which helps too. Currently, 8th in Pro Tour points a win, or at least a higher finish could catapult him into the upper echelons of disc golf glory – scoring big on more than one tour at a time.
There's a lot of guys who could turn it on for this weekend and beat the best, well technically, all but the very best - since papa Paul's away it's time for everyone to play. But seriously, we have seen so many winners. Paul McBeth and Catrina Allen are the only people to win twice on the Pro Tour this season. Off the Pro Tour, we're seeing a ton of new winners too. And if you look closely, you'll see a lot of names rotating on and off the leaderboard at every event. The only way to find out what happens is to watch it live starting tomorrow. Don't miss a minute!
Article written by Staff Writer & Editor Zach Podhorzer.
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