Paul McBeth Repeats as KC Wide Open Champion

Congratulations to Paul McBeth on another outstanding performance at the Kansas City Wide Open. Paul grabbed the lead in Round 2 and did not look back. A bogey free, 1080-rated round of 49 in Round 3 made it smooth sailing down the stretch as McBeth went on to capture his second consecutive KCWO title by 7 strokes over Ricky Wysocki.

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The PDGA World Rankings held true to form in Women’s Open as Valarie Jenkins, Paige Pierce, and Catrina Allen were once again locking down the top card on the National Tour. Val would settle for second this time around, finishing 4 shots back of Paige and 3 shots ahead of Catrina. Duane CD Steiner defended his home turf, capturing the title in Men’s Grandmasters.

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Kyle Crabtree rallied from behind at the Battle of Seattle after teammate Nathan Sexton jumped out to an early lead. Kyle’s 73 was easily the hottest final round score and propelled him to a 4 shot win. Jessica Weese and Patrick Brown claimed the top spots in Women’s Open and Men’s Masters at the 20th Frying Pan Open. And in Texas, it was the young phenom from Round Rock, Nate Corder, who picked up his first Open Division win at the Boxcar Bash. Way to go, Nate!

Other weekend winners include:
Des Reading – Zobel Open, Green Lake, WI
Austin Turner – Charlotte Amateur Championships, Charlotte, NC
Mike Moser – Akron Open, Akron, PA
Stephen Miller – WVDGA Club Championships, Fairmont, WV
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