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  1. June 24, 2019
  2. Three Double-Digit Rounds Under Par Lead McBeth To Ledgestone Victory
  3. Pierce Gets First Ledgestone Win In Worlds Warm-Up
  4. June 23, 2019
  5. Wysocki, Jones Close In On McBeth At Ledgestone
  6. Pierce Sets Ledgestone Course Record, Allen Surpasses It
  7. June 22, 2019
  8. Four Stroke Cushion For McBeth At Ledgestone
  9. Allen Looking For Fifth Ledgestone Title
  10. June 21, 2019
  11. Eagle McMahon Withdraws From Ledgestone Insurance Open
  12. The Upshot: Statistics Deep Dive, PDGA Majors, Hot or Not [Pres. by Pound Disc Golf]
  13. Staff Picks: 2019 Ledgestone Insurance Open
  14. June 20, 2019
  15. Ledgestone Insurance Open Preview: The Midwest Midway Point
  16. Drive For Dough And Putt For Show – Part 4: C1X Putting
  17. June 19, 2019
  18. Who Is The Steph Curry Of Disc Golf? What About Kawhi Leonard?
  19. June 18, 2019
  20. Is Disc Golf Doing Enough For Women?
  21. June 17, 2019
  22. Weekend Rewind: McBeth Back, Hokom Holds On In Playoff
  23. June 14, 2019
  24. The Friday Five: June 14, 2019
  25. Highlight Reel: 2019 Beaver State Fling
  26. June 13, 2019
  27. Interview: Infinite Discs President Alan Barker
  28. June 12, 2019
  29. The Upshot: Beaver State Fling, Eagle McMahon [Pres. by Pound Disc Golf]
  30. Weekend Rewind: Tattar 4-for-4 At EuroTours
  31. June 11, 2019
  32. Kevin Jones Had The Best Beaver State Fling
  33. Fan Vote, Captains’ Choice Complete 2019 Presidents Cup Teams
  34. June 10, 2019
  35. Back-To-Back Beaver States For McMahon
  36. Pierce’s First NT Win Of 2019 Exorcises 2018 Demons
  37. June 09, 2019
  38. Eagle Primed For Beaver State Repeat
  39. Pierce Maintains Commanding Lead At Beaver State Heading Into Final Round
  40. June 08, 2019
  41. Ulibarri Out 6-8 Months With ACL Injury
  42. Paju, McMahon Locked In First At Beaver State
  43. Pierce Up 8 After Two Round Day At Beaver State Fling
  44. June 07, 2019
  45. Sula Open Preview: EuroTour Makes Norwegian Stop
  46. Staff Picks: 2019 Beaver State Fling
  1. Three Double-Digit Rounds Under Par Lead McBeth To Ledgestone Victory

  2. Pierce Gets First Ledgestone Win In Worlds Warm-Up

  3. Wysocki, Jones Close In On McBeth At Ledgestone

  4. Pierce Sets Ledgestone Course Record, Allen Surpasses It

  5. Four Stroke Cushion For McBeth At Ledgestone

  6. Allen Looking For Fifth Ledgestone Title

  7. Eagle McMahon Withdraws From Ledgestone Insurance Open

    Eagle McMahon Withdraws From Ledgestone Open

    Eagle McMahon withdrew from the Ledgestone Insurance Open with a right shoulder injury on the tee of hole 16 during round one.

    “It kinda started yesterday. There were some slight indications of a little bit of a shoulder impingement,” McMahon told Terry Miller during the livestream. “I was kinda battling this earlier this year, but Disc Golf Strong was able to bring it back and make it feel a lot better. But I threw a big forehand yesterday and it started acting up there. I didn’t really get that much time to warm-up because of the weather delay. As the round progressed it just slowly came on.

    “It never got too bad, but it’s just there, and I know it’s not going to get better if I keep throwing.”


    McMahon referenced his upcoming trip to Europe as an extra incentive to rest the shoulder. This is McMahon’s second DNF of his career, the first coming at the 2016 Wintertime Open.

    —Ultiworld Disc Golf Staff Jun 21, 2019 at 11:36PM
  8. The Friday Five: June 14, 2019

    Friday Five Disc Golf News – June 14, 2019

    The Friday Five this week has Beaver State Fling, EuroTours, new US Am Champ, injury update on Paul Ulibarri, and Presidents Cup!

    It’s the five things you need to know about this week so that you can talk disc golf with your friends!

    —Jamie Thomas Jun 14, 2019 at 4:10PM
  9. Staff Picks: 2019 Ledgestone Insurance Open

  10. Ledgestone Insurance Open Preview: The Midwest Midway Point

  11. Drive For Dough And Putt For Show – Part 4: C1X Putting

  12. Who Is The Steph Curry Of Disc Golf? What About Kawhi Leonard?

  13. Is Disc Golf Doing Enough For Women?

  14. Weekend Rewind: McBeth Back, Hokom Holds On In Playoff

  15. Highlight Reel: 2019 Beaver State Fling

  16. Interview: Infinite Discs President Alan Barker

  17. Weekend Rewind: Tattar 4-for-4 At EuroTours

  18. Kevin Jones Had The Best Beaver State Fling

  19. Fan Vote, Captains’ Choice Complete 2019 Presidents Cup Teams

    Two more roster spots have been filled on Team USA and Team Europe for the 2019 Presidents Cup.

    Kevin Jones and Jalle Stoor were added to their respective teams by fan vote online at the end of May. Captains Nate Sexton and Janne Hirsimäki personally chose the final spots, adding Eagle McMahon and KJ Nybo to complete the teams.

    (more…)

    —Ultiworld Disc Golf Staff Jun 11, 2019 at 1:52PM
  20. Ulibarri Out 6-8 Months With ACL Injury

    Photo: USDGC

    Paul Ulibarri announced that he would be having surgery to repair a torn ACL on his left knee on Instagram Saturday. He said recovery time will be between six to eight months.

    “This is a harsh reality, my season is over. All I can do is remain positive through this process,” said Ulibarri. “Watching from the sidelines is going to eat me alive, and I’ll do what I have to do to get back out there and compete.”

    (more…)

    —Bennett Wineka Jun 8, 2019 at 1:36PM
  21. Back-To-Back Beaver States For McMahon

  22. Pierce’s First NT Win Of 2019 Exorcises 2018 Demons

  23. Eagle Primed For Beaver State Repeat

  24. Pierce Maintains Commanding Lead At Beaver State Heading Into Final Round

  25. Zach Melton Withdraws From Tennessee States, Good To Go For Beaver State Fling

    Zach Melton. Photo: USDGC

    Zach Melton withdrew from last weekend’s Tennessee State Disc Golf Championship after the third round but says he is good to go for this weekend’s PDGA National Tour event at the Beaver State Fling.

    “I’m good. Been dealing with some wrist tendinitis for three weeks,” Melton told Ultiworld Disc Golf. “Woke up [Sunday] morning and it didn’t feel great. Didn’t want to chance it.”

    (more…)

    —Bennett Wineka Jun 4, 2019 at 12:26PM
  26. The Friday Five: May 31, 2019

    Friday Five May 31 2019

    The Friday Five this week has global tour check-ins, the Wall Street Journal and Andrew Zimmern, some emotional talk, and Jamie’s favorite UWDG Article for the week!

    It’s the five things you need to know about this week so that you can talk disc golf with your friends!

    —Jamie Thomas May 31, 2019 at 4:36PM
  27. Ulibarri Awaiting Test Results On Injured Knee

    Paul Ulibarri at the 2017 Utah Open. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen, Disc Golf Pro Tour

    Paul Ulibarri withdrew from last weekend’s Portland Open on hole 14 after experiencing pain in his left knee.

    “It would take something very serious to make me drop out of a tournament, I’m a competitor,” Ulibarri said. “I dropped three times straight to the ground in pain trying to finish. I started crying cause I knew I couldn’t finish. I f*cking hate quitting.”

    Ulibarri returned home immediately after the tournament to get an MRI.

    (more…)

    —Bennett Wineka May 31, 2019 at 11:08AM
  28. Hammes, Live Camera Dust-Up At Portland Open

    adam hammes

    In the midst of the second round at the Portland Open, day one leader Adam Hammes threw an errant tee shot on hole 13. A frustrated Hammes turned and headed back to his bag. The livestreaming camera from the Disc Golf Pro Tour that was following the lead card kept the shot on Hammes as he retreated.

    Hammes pushed the camera out of his sight after several seconds.

    Adam Hammes Camera Shove Portland Open

    (more…)

    —Bennett Wineka May 27, 2019 at 2:03PM
  29. Josh Anthon Withdraws From Masters Cup

    Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen – PDGA

    After shooting a 2-under par 71 during the opening round of the Santa Cruz Masters Cup, Josh Anthon has withdrawn from the event.

    Reasons for the DNF were not immediately available.

    (more…)

    —Bennett Wineka May 18, 2019 at 1:28AM
  30. Sexton, Hirsimäki Voted 2019 Presidents Cup Captains

    presidents cup captains
    Image: European Open

    Nate Sexton and Janne Hirsimäki were voted captains of Team USA and Team Europe, respectively, for the 2019 Presidents Cup.

    Sexton beat out Paul Ulibarri and Avery Jenkins in a fan vote to skipper the Yanks. Hirsimäki topped Natalie Holloköi and Kari Vesala. Another fan vote will be held May 15-22 to add an additional player to each team, and captains will also be able to add a player to the rosters the following week.

    (more…)

    —Ultiworld Disc Golf Staff May 14, 2019 at 9:08PM

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