Scrambles, metal hits, and chainouts -- oh my!
December 18, 2018 by Ultiworld Disc Golf Staff in Awards with 0 comments
We got air shots from all over the course in our final four. Drop zones, tee shots, and wooded fairways produced wow-worthy shots that won your votes and made it this far. Decide who moves on to the final.
The water tower shot at Ledgestone is iconic, and now Ezra Robinson has forged his name into Lake Eureka lore with his drop zone save.
James Conrad had a lot of entries in this competition and deservedly advances into the semis with his long drive at the San Francisco Open.
His opening round wasn’t going to plan at the MVP Open, but you wouldn’t know it by just watching this drive from Eagle McMahon.
People respect the work Seppo Paju did on hole 17 at Iron Hill. Remember, this shot set-up the first ever eagle in the long par 5 pin position.