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San Francisco Open: Fantasy Wrap-Up

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In what is quickly becoming referred to as the Battle of the Bay, Paul and Ricky started the final round tied at -14. This led to an eventful weekend that also included Sarah Hokom’s ace on hole
3 being featured on SportsCenter. Hokom’s great weekend did not end with an ace, she was able to put together three solid rounds and finish at the top of the leaderboard for the inaugural San Francisco Open presented by Innova Discs.
Patreon League

  1. Ben Cockrel: Ben was able to capitalize on a tie for third in the FPO division to vault him to first in the Patreon league. In the MPO division, Ben chose Eagle McMahon, Garrett Gurthie, Drew Gibson, and Jeff Faes. In the FPO division, Ben was able to choose Paige Pierce and Catrina Allen. These picks resulted in a score of 1137 edging out second place by two points.
  2. J 32 landed in second place with 1135 points. J chose to go heavy in the FPO division choosing Sarah Hokom and Paige Pierce and then light in the MPO division and it paid off. Choosing Austin Turner, Josh Anthon, Garrett Gurthie, and Eric Oakley J was able to put together a winning cast only to be barely edged out and end in second.
  3. Thatdiscgolfernick’s choices looked very similar to J 32 but with two small adjustments, he finished alone in third place. Nick chose Drew Gibson, Austin Turner, Josh Anthon, and Garrett Gurthie for his MPO picks and then Jessica Weese and Paige Pierce for FPO. His six picks netted him 1105 points, fifty ahead of the two who tied for fourth place.
  4. Josh Babb and Luke Berthot tied for fourth with 1055 points. While Josh and Luke tied in points they did not both make the same picks. Josh chose Eagle McMahon, Ricky Wysocki, Simon Lizotte, and Drew Gibson in the MPO division and Jessica Weese and Kona Star Panis in the FPO division – while Kona did not net Josh any points, he was able to stack the MPO side to help bring home a prize. Luke opted to switch Simon for Drew and this gave him the salary to choose Paige over Jessica which ultimately did not pay off and instead left him in a tie for fourth place.

Pro Tour League

  1. With 1190 points Michael Keifling brought home the win in the free league. Had he been in the Patreon league he would have won a basket, but since he was in the free league he will be going home with a slightly smaller prize. Michael made strategic picks choosing Paul McBeth, Ricky Wysocki, Eric Oakley, and Garrett Gurthie in the MPO division and choosing Sarah Hokom and Madison Walker in the FPO division. These choices vaulted him to the top of the board in the Free League.
  2. By choosing Paige Pierce and Sarah Hokom in the FPO division williskaw brought home second in the free league. His MPO picks included Will Schusterick, Grady Shue, Garrett Gurthie, and Paul McBeth. This gave williskaw enough points to finish two above third at 1139.
  3. Ben won his second prize of the weekend (his first prize came in the Patreon league where he took first place). Using the same picks resulted in a third-place finish. He was able to capitalize on a tie for third in the FPO division to vault him to first in the Patreon league. In the MPO division, Ben chose Eagle McMahon, Garrett Gurthie, Drew Gibson, and Jeff Faes. In the FPO division, Ben was able to choose Paige Pierce and Catrina Allen. These picks resulted in a score of 1137 losing to second place by two points.
  4. Gowland brought home fourth place with 1121 points. MPO picks included Josh Anthon, Philo Brathwaite, Garrett Gurthie, and Eagle McMahon. For FPO Catrina Allen and Jessica Weese. These picks netted a pair of DGPT socks.
  5. Teo Flatland finished fifth for the event, choosing Eagle McMahon, Grady Shue, Drew Gibson, and Will Schusterick in the MPO division. In the FPO division, Teo chose Paige and Catrina. These picks netted Teo 1104 points, edging out sixth by two.

These are all of the winners for the 2018 San Francisco Open Fantasy League. We will be contacting winners within 24 hours. Please do not forget to get your picks in for the next stop on the Pro Tour, the Utah Open, June 22-24th.