The Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Championships was hosted by the Louisville Disc Golf Club and played at the Charlie Vettiner, Seviren Lang, and Iroquois Disc Golf Courses over the weekend of August 31 to September 2, 2012. With 151 disc golfers coming out to compete in this PDGA sanctioned Major event, it was Barry Schultz of Rock Hill, South Carolina who captured the victory in the Masters division with a final score of 37-under par.
Schultz had an impressive second place finish in the Masters division at the Disc Golf World’s in July, and he’s had several wins including the King’s Cup 7 and the Tar Heel Tournament as well as a victory in the Open division at the Motown Showdown. He was followed at second place by JohnE McCray of Brandon, Florida scoring 32-under par. McCray has had a number of wins in the Open division this year, including the Daytona Open and the Jacksonville Open, and he came in at third place in the Masters division at the Worlds.
Jay Reading of Wimberley, Texas captured third place with a final score of 30-under par, while Patrick Brown of San Francisco, Californ
ia took fourth place scoring 26-under par and Ken Climo “The Champ” came in at fifth place with a final score of 25-under par.
Five-time Women’s World Champion Elaine King of Durham, North Carolina captured the victory in the Women’s Open division scoring 3-over par. She was the winner earlier this year at the Charlotte Masters Championship. Following at second place, was three-time Women’s World Champion, Des Reading of Wimberley, Teas with a final score of 13-over par.
The Grandmasters division win went to Gregg Hosfeld of Orlando, Florida scoring 21-under par, while Johnny Sias of Lavalette, West Virginia took second place in the division with a final score of 17-under par. In the Senior Grandmasters division it was Dr. Rick Voakes of Bowling Green, Kentucky who was crowned champion scoring 11-under par.
Pete May of Augusta, Georgia took the win in the Legends division scoring 16-over par. May was the winner in the division at the World Championships as well. David Gebhart won the Advanced Masters division with a final score of 10-under par, while Jennifer Brooks and Dawn Osborn finished in a tie for first place in the Women’s Advanced Masters division.
Mark Hauser of Santa Barbara, California captured the victory in the Advanced Grandmasters division scoring 2-under par, and it was Phil Bryan of Huntington, West Virginia who won the Advanced Senior Grandmasters division with Mark Robinson of Shreveport, Louisiana winning the Advanced Legends division.
Congratulations to all the winners and competitors on a great weekend of disc golf!