Bo Neill Crowned Champion at the West Texas Disc Golf Champions Tournament

The West Texas Disc Golf Champions Tournament took place on April 21 and 22 at the Comanche Trail Park Disc Golf Course in Big Spring, Texas. With 111 disc golfers coming out to compete in this PDGA sanctioned B-tier event it was Bo Neill of Shallowater, Texas who emerged the winner with a final score of 16-under par.

Neill had several victories in 2011, including the Crush on the Concho and the Top of Texas Open. He was followed by   Robert McCall of Abilene, Texas in second place scoring 13-under par. McCall had several wins in 2011, including the North Texas Tournament Series #2, the Stop Crying at Temple, and the Into the Lion’s Den.

Marcus Roberts of Lubbock, Texas captured third place with a final score of 8-under par and it was Kirk Trevena of San Angelo, Texas who finished in fourth place scoring at even par. James Wetter took fifth place scoring 4-over par.

The masters division win went to Matt Ryan of Lubbock, Texas who dominated the division with a final score of 6-over par. Local Greg Brooks followed in second place scoring 14-over par.

Dillon Vance of Lubbock, Texas also had an overwhelming win in the advanced division, finishing with a final score of 6-under par, while Jacob Lyons followed in second place scoring at even par and Mario Rodriguez captured third place with a final score of 4-over par. Francis Rogers was the winner for the women in the advanced division scoring 18-over par.

The advanced masters division victory went to Tommy Goss of Cedar Park, Texas who had a final score of 19-over par and it was Kevin Bryant of Trophy Club, Texas who scored 5-over par to win the intermediate division.  Chelsy Christopher o Plainview, Texas won the intermediate division for the women scoring 32-over par.

Finally, Owen Parker of Lubbock, Texas won the recreational division with a final score of 5-over par and Drew Mosley was the winner of the under 16 boys division scoring 22-over par.

The first time K.C. Dermody played disc golf was in the spectacular Black Hills of South Dakota. She has since become addicted to promoting the sport, and enjoys playing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She welcomes comments and suggestions, with the goal of promoting the sport of disc golf throughout the world. Find her on or Twitter @kcdermody.

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