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2022 US Masters

2022 US Masters

(Press release via Visit Quad Cities)

KANSAS CITY, MO (May 10, 2023) – Visit Quad Cities was honored by Sports ETA as Event Partnership of the Year, population under 500,000 category, for the Professional Disc Golf Association’s Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championship event. Visit Quad Cities was one of 10 awardees honored today among the 600 Sports ETA member organizations.

Brad Schick took the lead on the final nine holes to defend his U.S. Masters title. Photo: PDGA Media

Titles were defended and new PDGA Major champions were crowned this weekend at the 2022 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships.

In a majority of the 19-division event, which was fueled by Visit Quad Cities and the passionate QC crew along with Iron Lion Disc Golf, the battles came down to the end.

Dutch Napier leads MP40 by three strokes. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

The cut has happened, and the final push to take down a PDGA Major title is on in the Quad Cities.

Nineteen champions will be crowned on Sunday at the 2022 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships, the 12th running of the vent that honors the late pioneer and ambassador of the sport.

There are several battles that will come down to the end at Camden Park.


Ohn Scoggins is still in control in FP40. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

Ohn Scoggins is continuing her strong season this weekend at U.S. Masters. Photo: Conrad Meyer / PDGA

Ohn Scoggins is seeing the results of her dedication this season.

All she has to do is look at the leaderboard.

No matter the tournament, Scoggins has been near the top throughout the season, whether it’s a PDGA Major, like the 2022 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships this weekend, Pro Worlds or an Elite Series.

It’s easy to find Scoggins after a tournament round. She’s usually near the practice basket or back on the course, and that’s been the formula this year.

Alan Wagner is the co-leader in MP40 after the first round at the U.S. Masters. Photo: Hayden Henry / PDGA Media

Alan Wagner has now gotten off to strong starts in both PDGA Majors in the Masters field this year.

Now, his goal is to keep it going.

Wagner jumped out to a share of the lead on Thursday as the 2022 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships got underway in the Quad Cities.

“Pretty good start,” said the Montrose, Iowa native. “I did pretty well at Worlds to start too, so hopefully I can hold it together a little better this time.”

Brad Schick is back to defend his MP40 title at the U.S. Masters. Photo: PDGA Media

Twelve players are back to defend their title and the star power overall has risen as the 2022 PDGA Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Disc Golf Championships kick off Thursday in the Quad Cities, Iowa.

Former champions and a few newcomers highlight the 12th running of the PDGA Major that honors the late Tim Selinske.

In MP40, Brad Schick is back to defend his title, but 2022 PDGA Masters World Champion Joe Rovere and Patrick Brown, the defending MP50 champion, join the mix. Christian Diertrich and Tyler Horne are among the highest-rated players in the field.



  • 9:00 AM—5:00 PM Player Check In (Isle Casino Hotel– St. Croix Room (North Tower))
  • 6:00 PM - Mandatory Player Meeting (Isle Casino Hotel– Isle Ballroom)


  • 8:00 AM - Play Begins
  • 4:00 -7:00 PM Fly Mart, Food Trucks & Cash Bar (Camden Centre– 2701 1st Street E, Milan, IL)


  • 8:00 AM - Play Continues
  • 6:00-9:00 PM Meet up at Bent River Brewing Co. Rock Island & Putting Contest (512 24th Street, Rock Island, IL)


In order to register for US Masters, you must be a 2022 current PDGA member and a PDGA Certified Official with an expiration date after September 11, 2022.

Registration for U.S. Masters was open as of Wednesday, May 18th at 7:00pm Central.

The Isle Casino Hotel - Bettendorf

Reservation deadline: August 29; Cancellation deadline: 24hrs

v9 updated on 9/10 at 7:18am Pacific with the latest DNFs.  May still be subject to change. 

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