2013 Disc Golf Hall of Fame Classic: MPO Final 18 (Feldberg, Gurthie, Locastro, Wysocki)

For the first time since 2007, the PDGA National Tour made a stop at the International Disc Golf Center in Appling, Georgia. The battle for the men’s open crown boiled down to a lead card…
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25 Responses to “2013 Disc Golf Hall of Fame Classic: MPO Final 18 (Feldberg, Gurthie, Locastro, Wysocki)”

  • matt hewitt:

    Locastro calls Gurthie on foot fault! What about the Locastro foot fault at
    20.42!

  • Paul Adamisen:

    his foot wasn’t past his disc was it? Then after 18 Gurthie pulled Wysocki
    over so he wouldn’t shake his hand… wow

  • Peter mercil:

    That roller nikko laid down was insane. Film can’t capture how absurd of a
    shot that is to go for.

    If you guys ever get a chance to play the IDGC this course is off the
    chain! One of the best of all time IMHO

  • Mike L.:

    Hey, just wondering, are those trees on the course left there just to make
    it tougher or more scenic or what? like on hole 3 they could cut down a
    couple trees and make a designated path. 

  • PW:

    Nikko is awesome and it’s a pure joy to have someone stand out of the
    “norm” of player behavior. If we all were like Ricky, it would be pretty
    boring. I love seeing emotions in players and people in general, espacially
    in sports. So stop your crying please, not everyone is as boring as you.

  • GoWithTh3Flow:

    Poor “Fedlbeard” looks strung out and in need of sleep. Seems like the past
    two years he has just been playing stressed out. I hope to see him return
    to form, because he is one of my favs.

  • magetaaaaaa:

    Looks like a pretty challenging course, I don’t think I’d have the control
    to navigate those trees.

  • T Cox:

    David’s beard is intense

  • Steve Stump:

    Locastro is such an turd.

  • CineproStudios:

    Love this video – great job guys really captured the essence of playing.

  • dpetngl:

    This video is my favorite disc golf footage on youtube

  • sayhey22:

    Gurthie should have slapped him. Wysocki is so fluid.

  • mitch holley:

    ricky is my hero and the future of disc golf.

  • Dan Ostrowski:

    Some great shots in this video! It’s amazing some of the shots they make
    from a standstill, backwards, using snap only. Goes to show you how much
    the hit and snap matters more than the run up.

  • Markus Alt:

    Nikko needs a coach to teach him how to BE a professional. I met him and
    Ricky Wysocki for a practice round at Tyler(Eric Yetter) and I saw a little
    boy brat and a true professional(Ricky). Nikko had a fit and took his nut
    bag and beat it into the ground repeatedly in a complete fit of rage. I
    think his sponsors should know of his actions and reprimand him. He is an
    incredible player but it;s no excuse to to have that kind of an ego.

    On a more positive note, Ricky Wysoki was a complete pro. Very respectful
    and pleasant. I asked him for a few pointers for sidearm and he actually
    took the time to watch me throw and then show me a few neat things. He’s
    aces in my book.

    Soooooo, Nikko? GROW THE HELL UP!
    And Ricky? Thanks and keep on rockin that sidearm!

    Markus

  • Chasity Hernandez:

    Nikko calls a foot fault what a fag 

  • Joseph Arenas:
  • Matthew Valeri:

    Some great shots in this video! It’s amazing some of the shots they make
    from a standstill, backwards, using snap only. Goes to show you how much
    the hit and snap matters more than the run up.

  • tribaljavi:

    It looks like Nikko called him out on it and Garret accepted and re-shot.
    Sure to AM’s a small foot fault might not mean much. But Garret’s 2nd shot
    attempt was terrible compared to the first faulty throw. A foot means the
    world to pro’s. Whether or not Nikko was right, Garret was still a
    gentleman and a pro and re took his shot.

  • asdf512tx:

    awesome upload thank you, glad to see even the pros make a mistake or two.

  • Luma:

    Totally fine to call a foot fault there. I don’t know what the problem is.
    Rules are rules – end of discussion. You don’t HAVE to do it, like when
    you’re on an open field, I don’t think you would call it, but on this one
    he clearly changed the angle through the gap – on purpose or not doesn’t
    matter – which obviously made the shot a little more comfortable to him.
    Plus, when you’re a pro, a foot fault shouldn’t throw you off like it did
    there with Garret…..

  • Kahuna Cazares:

    anyone else notice he didn’t shake nikkos hand and the other guy in the red
    pulled him away .. seen like hard feeling for getting called with the foot
    fault

  • Lee Dubya:

    It’s all in the wrist. I knew a guy that broke his back and still played
    while in a back brace (those white ones that appear very uncomfortable). He
    would stand at the tee and hardly move. Man he could zip disc wayyyy down
    the fairway.

  • McFlySoHigh Video:

    There *is* such a place, Dave…and they call it PayPal. I’m user
    martyhmcgee@gmail.com. Not asking for gas money, mind you. Just answering
    your question, sir. 😉