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    Holy crap, we have a 3 way tie for first after 6 rounds between Anthon, Ulibarri and McCabe with Feldberg one stroke off.

    In the womens open,Valerie is having a great round, she made up 8 strokes on Des but Sarah is still going strong in first place.
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    Congrats Scotty!
    USDGC bid.

    Way to represent my friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain plastic View Post
    Congrats Scotty!
    USDGC bid.

    Way to represent my friend!
    Wow nice job Scott, extremely impressive. You beat some great names.

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    Thank you.

    I don't know where that all came from. I wasn't playing or putting well leading up to the tournament. I struggled the week before and had no confidence in my putter. We didn't get into town until the Sunday before the event and most people had been there a while already. But once we got there, everything just felt right. My practice rounds were flawless, and I was actually a little worried that I had had these amazing practice rounds before the event, and that maybe those would be hard to match in the event itself. I got 3rd in the Skillshot competition the day before the tournament, and started putting really well.

    Putting was the catalyst to my game in the tournament. It didn't matter where it was- it was in. Looking back at all of my rounds, I think I missed less than 3 putts inside 10 meters for the entire 7 round tournament, and made over 20 outside the circle. I developed a confidence out there that was unflappable. When I had a drive that I left 65' short, I wasn't upset because I knew it was still going in for a birdie. At that point, when you know you don't even have to park your drive or upshot, you suddenly have very little pressure on the tee, unless it's a wooded hole where you have to hit a tight line. When you have less pressure on the tee, your shots tend to be better. It was a vicious cycle of disc golf goodness.

    I was also was very happy to get the #1 qualifying spot for the USDGC at the Worlds.
    I had no idea at the start of this season that I would have 2 top 18 finishes in Majors this year. It's been a fun season for sure, thank you guys for pushing me along, thank you Dutch and Eric for beating me at Lebanon before the Worlds Without great local competition it would be a lot harder to prepare for these big events. Keep playing guys!

    Thanks again, good to be home..

    Scott
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    Congrats Scott! Good luck at the USDGC!
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    Very nice shooting Scott! Keep going strong and good luck!
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    Now we're going to have to go out for a round to show me all the tricks you've learned!

    Congrats!
    Daniel

    My putter still doinks harder than yours!

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    No problem scott. Good shooting
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    Congrats. It's good to see you represent well.

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    Wooo hooo! Nice finish man!
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