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McBeth makes move, falters late while gaining lead at GMC


Paul McBeth captured the lead at the Green Mountain Championship, but miscues on hole 18 allowed his competition to stay in striking distance. Photo: Alyssa Van Lanen

The Green Mountain Championship is Chris Dickerson’s fourth Disc Golf Pro Tour event of the season. He needs to finish in the top five to qualify for the Tour Championship, which he won last year. As a result, he is a man on a mission.

Dickerson started Thursday's first round with six birdies. After a couple bogeys, he finished the day with seven birdies in a row. The 11-under par showing was enough to put him in first place, two shots ahead of Paul McBeth.

Flash forward to Friday, and now McBeth is in the driver's seat. Continue reading at DGPT.com>> 

Hokom weathers adversity—and weather—to take lead

While preparing for the second round of the Discraft’s Green Mountain Championship presented by Grip EQ, Sarah Hokom’s partner and caddie Robin suffered a seizure. A friend drove him to the hospital, and Hokom was left to try and regain her focus.

"Deep breathing, trying to relax, compartmentalizing and support from my card mates is how I got through it," Hokom said.

And get through it she did. Continue reading at DGPT.com>>

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