McBeth King Of Throw Down The Mountain

Madison Walker makes it two-in-a-row

JomezPro Throw Down The Mountain Final Round Paul McBeth Calvin Heimburg Chris Dickerson Michael Johansen

At this point, we can’t say much else about Paul McBeth’s Throw Down The Mountain. His 14-under par 50 final round gave him a comfortable win, ending the event in first at 39-under par 153 total.

McBeth set a new course record every round — his final round alone would have tied Simon Lizotte for ninth — won by 14 strokes, and led six UDisc Live statistical categories, including Circle 1X and Circle 2 putting, C1 and C2 in regulation, and fairway hits.

Michael Johansen and Chris Dickerson shot matching 10-under par 54s to finish tied in second at 25-under par 167 total. McBeth was at 25-under after 36 holes.

It wasn’t the best final round from Madison Walker, but she had done enough work on Friday and Saturday that an 11-over par 75 Sunday didn’t derail her title defense. Walker won by eight strokes and finished at 15-over par 207 total.

Ellen Widboom jumped up a spot to tie Elaine King for second at 23-over par 215 total. Widboom recorded the only FPO birdie of the day on hole 18 — the most difficult hole to par — while King carded a triple bogey 7.

  1. Darren LeMay
    Darren LeMay

    Darren LeMay is a contributor at Ultiworld Disc Golf, practicing disc golfer and volunteer soccer dad. When not working as a finance auditor he attends girls youth soccer practices and tournaments all over the Orlando area literally five or six days a week leaving just enough time to never play disc golf. He loves playing disc golf.

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