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2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour

2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour

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The Disc Golf Pro Tour is pleased to announce the finalization of an agreement with ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports broadcasting, to air a one-hour segment on ESPN2 that tells the story of the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship presented by Barbasol.

The broadcast will take place on Sunday, February 5th, at 8:00 PM ET/ 5:00 PM PT and can be viewed on ESPN2.

It was a wild ride on the PDGA Elite Series in 2022. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA

(This story originally appeared in the Winter 2023 issue of DiscGolfer Magazine)

We knew that last year, which featured James Conrad’s iconic 247-foot Holy Shot throw-in, was going to be a tough act to follow.

Ricky Wysocki and Kristin Tattar are the 2022 DGPT Champions. Photos: Kevin Huver / DGPT

They entered the week in the top spots and left in the exact same spot.

Kristin Tattar and Ricky Wysocki are the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship presented by Barbasol champions.

After their respective dominant — and consistent — seasons, both Tattar and Wysocki entered the bracket-style finale of the 2022 DGPT season as the top seeds after taking down the regular-season points standings.

They both survived Saturday's semifinal rounds and their journey to the final putts of the year couldn't have been any different.

Paul McBeth had the hot round of the DGPT Championship semifinals on Saturday. Photos: Kevin Huver / DGPT

A classic Paul McBeth and Ricky Wysocki finish is on tap, mixed in with two players — Gannon Buhr and Isaac Robinson — who have quickly established themselves in a short amount of time, at the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship presented by Barbasol.



Nevin Park has delivered a fast and furious show at the 2022 Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship presented by Barbasol.

The action has been intense, the scores ever-changing and the pressure to advance to the next round and one step closer to a record-setting payout has come down to the wire.

Now, it's the weekend.

Two of the top seeds from Friday's quarterfinal round — Valerie Mandujano and the defending champion Missy Gannon — both advanced to Saturday's semifinal round with strong performances: 3-under for Gannon and a course record 5-under for Mandujano.

Bradley Williams dropped the hot round on Thursday in the woods at Nevin Park. Photo: Hayden Henry / PDGA Media

The bar has been set at Nevin Park.

Bradley Williams opened the Disc Golf Pro Tour Championship presented by Barbasol with a 7-under par round to lead the four players who will move on to the quarterfinals.

Williams found a rhythm quickly with seven birdies in the first eight holes around a double bogey, which encapsulates the DGPT version of Nevin Park: big numbers can loom large in the tight woods.