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Old 12-20-2019, 04:03 AM
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Trilogy: Tattar, Shue, Cox, Andyke = 947.25
Kristin Tattar is as good, or better, than any one of the Discraft or Innova players. Besides, obviously, PP.

Anyone who thinks Missy Gannon or VVD is gonna win anything of significance is delusional. Henna and Eveliina are probably better than both Fajkas and Walker. If Cat can get her putting down she's nearly unbeatable IMO. Again, besides PP.
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Old 12-20-2019, 08:08 AM
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yah, not really getting the team thing when it comes to pro disc golf. I used to think Walker was a Eric Oakley kind of player. Someone you think is a nice person, but doesn't have a chance in hell at winning anything. But all of a sudden, both of them are getting pretty good. I think Walker is still very streakish, when she's off...yikes..she is bad. But I could see her bustin out a win once in a while. But otherwise, I'm looking for Paige to come out strong, the idea of MPO & FPO both winning championships while with the same sponsor, well..that will be incredible. Perhaps the only chance we'll ever see that happening??? I agree for the most part it's going to be the Paige and Cat show with the supporting cast taking down a win once in a while.

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Old 12-20-2019, 08:35 AM
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yah, not really getting the team thing when it comes to pro disc golf. I used to think Walker was a Eric Oakley kind of player. Someone you think is a nice person, but doesn't have a chance in hell at winning anything. But all of a sudden, both of them are getting pretty good. I think Walker is still very streakish, when she's off...yikes..she is bad. But I could see her bustin out a win once in a while. But otherwise, I'm looking for Paige to come out strong, the idea of MPO & FPO both winning championships while with the same sponsor, well..that will be incredible. Perhaps the only chance we'll ever see that happening??? I agree for the most part it's going to be the Paige and Cat show with the supporting cast taking down a win once in a while.
The bolded has occured plenty of times and will undoubtedly occur again in the future.

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Old 12-20-2019, 08:53 AM
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The bolded has occured plenty of times and will undoubtedly occur again in the future.
Google failed me..sorry. Have any links to share? I meant "world championships" btw.
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Google failed me..sorry. Have any links to share? I meant "world championships" btw.
pdga world champions

Off the top of my head looking at the lists- 1999, 2001-2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011

I may be incorrect about some of these but am certainly not incorrect about most of them. There are also likely a few more from earlier years where my familiarity is less.

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Old 12-20-2019, 09:07 AM
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pdga world champions

Off the top of my head looking at the lists- 1999, 2001-2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011

I may be incorrect about some of these but am certainly not incorrect about most of them. There are also likely a few more from earlier years where my familiarity is less.
Looks correct to me. Depending on how one wants to view the "Trilogy" thing (people only seem to lump the three teams/brands together when it's convenient), one could count 2017 as well.

Always fun when someone assumes that because something hasn't happened recently, it's never before happened in the history of ever.

For clarity:
1999 & 2011 Discraft
2001-2003, 2006, 2008 & 2009 Innova

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Old 12-20-2019, 03:19 PM
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[QUOTE=JC17393;3530639For clarity:
1999 & 2011 Discraft
2001-2003, 2006, 2008 & 2009 Innova[/QUOTE]

Very cool, thanks for the info.

"Always fun when someone assumes that because something hasn't happened recently, it's never before happened in the history of ever."

True.

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Old 12-20-2019, 06:09 PM
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I wonder if 2020 is like a trial run for Henna and Eveliina, and if all goes well we can see them do the whole tour in 2021?

But I think there is a “risk” that Cat, Paige, Henna and Eveliina can claim all the filmed lead cards...and that might be bad news for the other FPO players.
It has been a Paige and Cat show..and a fight for the other two spots...in 2020 and beyond that fight will be harder
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Old 12-20-2019, 06:30 PM
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I wonder if 2020 is like a trial run for Henna and Eveliina, and if all goes well we can see them do the whole tour in 2021?

But I think there is a “risk” that Cat, Paige, Henna and Eveliina can claim all the filmed lead cards...and that might be bad news for the other FPO players.
It has been a Paige and Cat show..and a fight for the other two spots...in 2020 and beyond that fight will be harder
Maybe we will get a victory from the chase card in FPO this year
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How many doubles tournaments do the pros play on a yearly basis?
The ones where they are sniping ace pots from poor locals.
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