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2021 Tim Selinske U.S. Masters

2021 Tim Selinske U.S. Masters

Patrick Brown taps out on 18 to win his third U.S. Masters championship. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

After completing a wire-to-wire win, Patrick Brown got a little emotional on the 18th green at Harmony Bends.

All the practice, the patience and the lessons learned boiled over after taking down the title in MP50 at the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championship.

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Jennifer Allen's 139th career win was her first PDGA Major. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

Jennifer Allen’s 12th trip to a PDGA Major almost didn’t happen.

But, a few days before the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships got going, her motivation and biggest supporter had a word for her.


“It’ll really hit when I called my mom,” Allen said. “I almost dropped out on Monday to be with her. She had a bad surgery and a rough go, but she told me to come play and there was a reason I was supposed to be here. So, it’s special in many ways.”

Brad Schick lines up a drive during the U.S. Masters Championships in Columbia, Missour. Photo: PDGA Media

Brad Schick’s phone is blowing up these days.

As a disc golf coach in central Ohio, Schick, a 30-plus-year veteran of the sport, is teaching the game to new players week-in and week-out.

“The sport is just exploding right now – everywhere,” Schick said. “I teach lessons three nights a week and I don’t know any of these players that are looking to learn the game. Before, it was word of mouth from people in our club or area, but now it’s just all brand-new people who are hooked and want to improve.”

Jennifer Allen smiles at Harmony Bends on Sunday in Columbia, Missouri. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

The stage was set for dramatic finishes all over the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships presented Innova.

And what a finale it was in Columbia, Missouri.

Jennifer Allen is one stroke back in FP40 heading into Championship Sunday. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

Gregg Hosfeld and Eric Rainey are going to battle Sunday morning for a PDGA Major title.

Those two, and a few more players in the MP60 field will join them in the hunt heading into the final 18 holes at the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships presented by Innova.

Hosfeld and Rainey are tied at the top at 14-under par. Bill Rohe is one stroke back. LaRon Harris is four out of the lead with 18 holes to play in Columbia, Missouri.

Ohn Scoggins putts during round two of the U.S. Masters. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

Ohn Scoggins suffered an injury setback early in the round, but she powered through and her competitors, who are vying for a PDGA Major title like her, were there to help each step of the way.


“It was painful, but there’s nothing I can do but play through it,” said Scoggins, who maintained her one-stroke lead in FP40 at the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships. “It bothered me so much, sidearm, backhand or just standing there. This is the first time I’ve gone through something like this, so I hope tomorrow is better.”

David Feldberg putts at Harmony Bends on Thursday. Photo: Kevin Huver / PDGA

Things got off to a hot start on Thursday in Columbia, Missouri.

David Feldberg set a course record at Harmony Bends to highlight a day where the leaders established themselves early as the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships presented by Innova got underway.

But even with the strong starts throughout the 358-player, 22-division tournament, the battles for a PDGA Major title are super tight.

Seventeen of the 22 divisions are separated by three strokes or less.

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  • Date: 09-Sep to 12-Sep-2021
  • Location: Columbia, Missouri, United States
  • Tournament Director: Joe Douglass
  • Asst. Tournament Director: Adam Morrison

Registration for the 2021 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters, one of 10 PDGA Major events for 2021, opens Jan. 29, 2021 at 8 p.m. CST. Additionally, the course schedule is now available on the PDGA event page.

U.S. Masters returns as a PDGA Major in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic led to the postponement or cancellation of all 2020 PDGA National Tour and Major events.