It’s coming down to the wire to kick off the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour Playoffs.
Kristin Tattar and Henna Blomroos are tied at the top, and Ricky Wysocki is looking to continue his dominance in Vermont.
But it’s far from over at Discraft’s Green Mountain Championship as one more run through Fox Run Meadows — and mother nature — stand in the way of crowning the champion.
Just like at PDGA Pro Worlds a few weeks ago, Tattar and Blomroos enter in what appears to be a two-player race. They’re knotted up at 6-under for the week, five strokes clear of Ohn Scoggins in third place.
On Saturday, Tattar built a three-stroke lead, but stumbled with three-straight bogies on the back nine. Blomroos tied things up with a birdie on the 385-foot turnover shot on 16 and took the out-right lead with a birdie on 17. Tattar then finished strong with a 38-foot birdie putt on 18 to tie things up.
In MPO, Wysocki, a four-time winner at GMC, dropped an 11-under round to build a two-stroke lead with 18 to play. Wysocki (-31) went 100% from C1X, hit on all four C2 attempts and scrambled to success three out of the four times he found trouble in the woods.
Chris Dickerson (-29) went bogey-free at Brewster for a share of the hot round at 12-under (Alden Harris) to jump two spots into solo second place and two strokes behind the leader.
Isaac Robinson (-28) maintained his spot on the lead card with a 9-under round, fueled by a stellar 4-for-4 start from C2. Matt Orum (-26) will join the lead card after an 11-under round, highlighted by an incredible drive on hole 11.
Rain is expected to move into Smugglers’ Notch throughout the day on Sunday, adding another wrinkle to what promises to be another exciting finish in the 2022 season.
Live coverage begins at 9:30 a.m. ET for FPO and 2:30 p.m. ET for MPO on the Disc Golf Network.