Live coverage, commentators, and next day coverage.
April 27, 2021 by Bennett Wineka in News with 0 comments
The Dynamic Discs Open has gone through a bit of a makeover, transforming from a canceled PDGA National Tour event last season to a DGPT feature event on CBS Sports Network. The name change from the Glass Blown Open made for the DGPT in 2020 has stuck and carried over to the tournament’s return to the 2021 PDGA National Tour.
Over the offseason, the PDGA signed a deal to livestream six NTs, PDGA Pro Worlds, and the US Women’s Disc Golf Championship on the Disc Golf Network.
What is the schedule of live video streams for the 2021 Dynamic Discs Open?
Round 1 coverage begins Wednesday, April 28 at 1:00 pm Central (2:00 pm Eastern) on the Disc Golf Network.
The MPO feature card of Ricky Wysocki, Paul McBeth, Nikko Locastro, and Chris Clemons tees off at 1:20 pm Central (2:20 pm Eastern). The FPO feature card of Catrina Allen, Ohn Scoggins, Paige Shue, and Rebecca Cox tees off at 3:40 pm Central (4:40 pm Eastern).
Rounds 2, 3, and 4, Thursday, April 29 through Saturday, May 1, will also be available to stream on DGN. Final day coverage is available free of charge on the DGPT YouTube Channel.
Is there any free coverage of the Dynamic Discs Open?
Final day live coverage is available free of charge on the DGPT YouTube Channel while live coverage of rounds 1, 2, and 3 will be exclusive to Disc Golf Network.
JomezPro will cover MPO Lead Card. Round 1 coverage will feature Eagle McMahon, Calvin Heimburg, Emerson Keith, and Chris Dickerson.
Central Coast Disc Golf will cover FPO Lead Card. Round 1 coverage will feature Macie Walker, Jennifer Allen, Hailey King, and Kona Panis.
Gatekeeper Media will cover MPO Chase Card. Round 1 will feature Nate Sexton, Eric Oakley, Kevin Jones, and Garrett Gurthie.
GK Pro will cover MPO Second Chase Card. Round 1 will feature Miles Seaborn, Casey White, A.J. Carey, and Paul Ulibarri.
Ace Run Pro will cover FPO Chase Card. Round 1 will feature Ellen Widboom, Jessica Weese, Sarah Gilpin, and Erika Stinchcomb.
Who is commentating the Dynamic Discs Open?
Ian Anderson, Philo Brathwaite, Jeremy Koling, Hannah McBeth, and Terry Miller will be providing commentary on the live coverage for the Disc Golf Network from an on-site studio. Nate Perkins and the PDGA’s Matt Rothstein will be providing updates from the course.
Is there a Dynamic Discs Open press conference?
A press conference will be streamed Tuesday, April 27 on the DGPT YouTube channel. A tentative schedule of players includes:
- Nikko Locastro
- Chris Clemons
- Paul McBeth
- Catrina Allen
- Ricky Wysocki
- Ohn Scoggins
- Heather Young
- Paige Shue
- Kyle Klein
- Rebecca Cox
- Eagle McMahon
- Missy Gannon
- Calvin Heimburg