Paul McBeth continued his strong play at Northwood Park yesterday, tossing a 9-under par 49 to bring him to a 22-under par 94 overall for the Ledgestone Open, good enough to keep him in first place. Chris Dickerson sits in second place at a 20-under par 96, while Tim Barham, Nikko Locastro, and Michael Johansen are all tied for third at 19-under.
Bradley Williams’ hot round of 12-under par found him climbing the leaderboard, as he is now tied for ninth place with a 17-under par 99 total.
Catrina Allen fired off a 6-under par 50 at McNaughton Park to take the lead in FPO, where her 11-under par 101 total gives her a five shot cushion over Lisa Fajkus. Paige Pierce surged into third place, while Sarah Hokom and Des Reading are tied for fourth.
Both divisions change courses today, with the man playing Lake Eureka and women tackling Westwood Park. Live coverage of the men’s lead card will be streamed live at 2:30 p.m. local time on the Disc Golf Pro Tour’s YouTube channel, while live statistics and scoring can be accessed via UDisc.
Originally published at: http://discgolf.ultiworld.com/livewire/ledgestone-day-2-mcbeth-still-top-williams-makes-big-move/