DAY 2 – SATURDAY
Disc golf tournaments aren’t like highways, with twists, turns and ups and downs…
Anneli Tõugjas-Männiste (Estonia), Sofie Björlycke (Sweden) and Kristi Unt (Estonia) every had their share of ups and downs throughout spherical two, every scoring +2. This introduced which introduced yesterday’s chief, Tõugjas-Männiste, to second place whereas Sofie and Kristi went all the way down to fourth.
Some consideration was being drawn to the chase card as a result of Estonian Keidi Allsalu managed to current a -4 card to climb up two positions and tie with Tõugjas-Männiste for second. Apart from a small blemish on gap 4, Allsalu performed a stable spherical with a very good again 9 with 4 birdies from holes 12 to 16.
And British Rachel Turton instructed us yesterday within the post-round interview that she felt assured about her recreation and he or she clearly proved it! Shaving one stroke over yesterday, the -7 within the general standings provides her a four-stroke hole over second. She had an excellent again 9 yesterday and an excellent entrance 9 at this time.
Have you ever ever dreamed of enjoying a “velocity golf” spherical on a top-level course and scoring a -14? That’s what we’ve lived Saturday on the Konopiste Open!
A heavy thunderstorm obliged the group to delay, on three events, the beginning of a part of the MPO subject. Tee time for the lead card was 19:00, and sundown can be 2 hours and 12 minutes after, so gamers opted to hurry – and a few of them actually to run – to complete their rounds whereas there was a bit of sunshine.
And from the half-light emerged with all its splendor the determine of Paul McBeth, who gave an unbelievable bogey-free -14 card (rated 1078). Within the interview, he declared that the delay was even helpful for him, as he had extra time to dial in his forehand after yesterday’s struggles.
The opposite huge favourite, the Finnish Niklas Anttila, improved his rating by one stroke to -12 on a outstanding spherical wherein he declared that “I may barely see the basket from 20 meters placing in gap 18”.
Now he sees the American solely two strokes behind within the general classification. The battle Sunday goes to be epic!
However they aren’t the one ones with choices for the win: Daniel Davidsson made a stable -9 meaning third place, and native Jakub Semerád misplaced a little bit of steam with an -8 however nonetheless managed to carry on to the lead card tomorrow in entrance of an ever-growing gallery.