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View Poll Results: 2013 Champ?
Will Schusterick 24 12.12%
Paul McBeth 80 40.40%
Ricky Wysocki 57 28.79%
Nate Doss 14 7.07%
Nikko Locastro 13 6.57%
Other 23 11.62%
Catrina Ulibarri 32 16.16%
Paige Pierce 43 21.72%
Valarie Jenkins 18 9.09%
Sarah Hokum 11 5.56%
Other 9 4.55%
Ken Climo 60 30.30%
Barry Schultz 16 8.08%
Jonathan Baldwin 6 3.03%
Other 18 9.09%
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:21 PM
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Dr. Rick Voakes is playing senior grand
And he will win by like twenty strokes.
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:23 PM
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Guess not. I don't think she's very well known. I've seen her play, but I don't think she can keep up with Val, Cat, or Paige. Don't forget the Sarah's too. She seems kind of like a Barsby, or Cale, or even Nikko right now...a player that has to have multiple other players mess up, so they can get the win.

If Nikko can focus, and find his putter...look out.
Nikko has gotta win worlds sometime in the next few years. He's been one of the top players for a while now & hasn't won yet. I see your point on Kristine though, she's good but I feel she would really benefit from learning the x-step (she currently has a very unique run up).
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:28 PM
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It's too bad this isn't a poll. We could generate odds and stuff.
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:31 PM
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Dr. Rick Voakes is playing senior grand
haha where did I come up with Steve?
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:33 PM
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No love for Kristine King?
Kristine has been on fire lately, and I'd say she can more than hold her own on a shorter, heavily wooded course. She would have to compete with the fore handers, though.

Out in the open, in heavy wind, on long holes, I'd give the advantage to either Paige or Catrina. I'm not sure what the courses for Worlds are going to be like. What's the scoop?
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:39 PM
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It's too bad this isn't a poll. We could generate odds and stuff.
with they way they are playing, you have to give both wysocki and mcbeth 9:2 each atleast, if not 3:1
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Old 07-07-2013, 10:06 PM
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Kristine has been on fire lately, and I'd say she can more than hold her own on a shorter, heavily wooded course. She would have to compete with the fore handers, though.

Out in the open, in heavy wind, on long holes, I'd give the advantage to either Paige or Catrina. I'm not sure what the courses for Worlds are going to be like. What's the scoop?
The Women will play 3 Blue rounds, which is exactly the long, open, windy type course you describe.

2 Red rounds, which has nice par fours that require power and accuracy, mixed with wooded par 3s all of them can reach.

1 Gold round, which Liz Carr, Sarah Cunningham, and Des reading scored best on last time, but whoever is controlling their discs and putting well can post a hot round here.

1 White round, which has long par 4s, requires accuracy, and has really rough rough. Mix of open and wooded.
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Old 07-07-2013, 10:25 PM
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The MPO courses are really going to favor distance throwers this year I think. I expect a guy like shusterick who has such easy distance to do really well. Wysockis long forehand may give Jim an advantage here too.

I walked the super white course recently and think it may be harder than gold due to the rough rough. So accuracy will be needed too
I dont know about favoring distance throwers, maybe the blue course a little. It seems like most of the longer holes have smaller gaps u have to hit off the tee, so No huge flex shots on alot of holes.

I think a big forehand is gonna be huge on alot of holes so i like wysoki or koling to be favored, but with Nate doss short reachback, i like him too.
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Doss is on a bit of a heater, finishing 3rd at the Stockholm Open today.
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Old 07-07-2013, 10:41 PM
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My money is on Catrina for FPO but it's kind of a toss up. It's even more of a toss up for MPO for sure. There are literally ~15-20 players I would not be too surprised by, but my money is on McBeth because he is so consistent across tournaments this year. I'm glad it's such a toss up because it makes it more interesting to see who is ready that week to step up and take the win.
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