Ice Bowl season ramps up
January 22, 2019 by Bennett Wineka in Coverage, Recap with 0 comments
No A-tiers this past weekend but still plenty of action across the country.
Chris Dickerson notched his first win of the young season at the Savannah Open and it took him all of three weekends. He still has a way to go if he wants to match his 31 individual wins from 2018.
While Dickerson would best a field of Barry Schultz, Zach Melton, and Dan Hastings, the more notable performance came from Michael Johansen making his Pro Masters debut. Johansen would win the division handily and also outperformed Dickerson through three rounds by three strokes. He threw a 1057-rated opening round, the best of any division over the weekend. Haley Childs took home FPO.
- Paul Ulibarri averaged 1038-rated golf to win the Lake Havasu City Open, his first victory under his Discraft sponsorship. Sai Anada won the women’s division.
- Like Uli, Kyle Crabtree also picked-up his first Discraft win at the SeaTac Tree Smack. New teammate Chandler Fry was close behind in second.
- Emerson Keith is 2-for-2 in 2019, winning the Battle at the Bon down in Texas.
- Jessica Weese TD’ed her first tournament at the Frosty’s Frozen Flingers. She would win FPO and Garrett Gurthie captured MPO.
- A.J. Risley won the Ice Bowl in Paradise in a playoff.