Winter Rewind 2020

A quick catch-up on those offseason tournaments and pros still throwing

It’s been more than three months since the Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship in Charlotte, and while some of the world takes a break from tournament play during the “offseason,” high-level golf is still being played.

Time to check in on some of the game’s top players to see what they’ve been up to.

Open Women

Catrina Allen: Apparently she wasn’t even planning on playing, but Allen got a nice W at the Maricopa Open to start her year.

Jennifer Allen: Besides a couple lower tier wins to close out 2019, Allen has added Shelly Sharpe Memorial and Battle at the Fountain wins in 2020.

Jessica Weese: Won convincingly at the Chain Hawk Open

Lisa Fajkus: A 975-rated round closed out her Staddle the Brazos win.

Rebecca Cox: A December trip to Tupelo Bay resulted in a win.

Valerie Mandujano: Picked up a couple B-tiers at the end of last year, including the BATADGA Finals.

Callie McMorran: Has been playing a lot of second fiddle to Jennifer Allen recently, but did get first at the Mesa City Championship to go with her 2019 Phoenix Ladies Open victory.

Ellen Widboom: Widboom played 45(!) events last year and finished with wins at the South Florida Open, Moccasin Lake Open, and Hub City Halloween Open among others.

Heather Young: A new contract and she’s 1-for-1 in 2020, winning the Pasture Open.

Kona Panis: A 2019 Inland Empire Championship and an Ice Bowl in 2020 are both quality victories.

Tina Oakley: Not always playing but usually at a course, Oakley got a win at the Fairhope Jubilee.


Adam Hammes: Off to a humming start in 2020 with two impressive wins down in Arizona at the Shelly Sharpe Memorial and Maricopa Open.

Chris Dickerson: Closed out 2019 with solid wins at South Florida Open, Belch’n Turkey, and All Hyzer’s Eve. A slow start to the new year by his own standards was rectified by a win at the Pasture Open,

Garrett Gurthie: A win at the Chain Hawk Open over Dickerson, and played in the Open division with siblings Evan and Alex.

Fox Hills Chain Hawk Open Coverage

Gregg Barsby: A stop-off in Texas netted a BATADGA Tour Championship for the Champ.

Emerson Keith: The Texas Armadillo never stops playing, and he’s got the flex start wins to prove it.He got a good win at the Winter Warmup.

Jeremy Koling: Koling returned to win his fifth Tupelo Bay Open.

Dan Hastings: Starting 2020 strong with wins at the King’s Cup and Mooky’s Cup Not Yours over solid fields.

Cameron Messerschmidt: The newly-signed Gateway pro had a nice win over Calvin Heimburg at the Moccasin Lake Open.

Austin Turner: Is Turner officially back from injury? Wins in Charleston and Myrtle Beach suggest so.

Cameron Colglazier: An 1100+ rated round helped Colglazier to a Fairhope Jubilee victory.

Soblue Cameron Colglazier Fairhope Jubilee

Scott Withers: Sometimes easy to forget that Withers is rated almost 1040. A win at the 2020 Santiam Open go with three other late season victories from 2019.

Luke Humphries: Did we mention Humphries’ Veterans Park Open W? We should have.

Andrew Presnell: Several late 2019 wins around Missouri for Prez, like the PLAY MO DISC GOLF Tour Championship.

Alex Russell: Top 10 finishes at USDGC and the DGPT Championship led to a November win.

Michael Johansen: Staying sharp with a victory at the Savannah Open.

Barry Schultz: Five wins since USDGC, including the Hall of Fame Classic A-tier and the Craven Chains Classic.

JohnE McCray: Hasn’t played much but did win the New World Championship.

Brian Schweberger: Undefeated in five events in 2020 across two divisions, Schweby also had seven wins from October-December.

Austin Hoop: The 1010-rated California finished 2019 with a NorCal Championship and looks to be hitting the road hard in 2020.

Bradley Williams: Does an early Straddle the Brazos win mean more Williams on tour in 2020?

Sias Elmore: A late FLYR Open win in 2019 could be a good omen for 2020.

Colten Montgomery: A 2019 Inland Empire Championship and an Ice Bowl in 2020 are both quality victories.

Matt Dollar: Several area Dollar wins were highlighted by the Doc Holiday Shoot Out.

Clint Calvin: Calvin protected his home turf by winning the 2019 Morley Field championship.

  1. Bennett Wineka
    Bennett Wineka

    Benn started playing disc golf in the '90s but has somehow never gotten any better. He lives in Decatur, Georgia and cares too much about Atlanta United and UNC basketball. Email him at [email protected]


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