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July 21, 2019

The only thing hotter than the weather this summer seems to be Nate Delisle. With his third win in the AM 2 division this year, Nate is showing consistent, high level play at courses with different challenges. He's proving to everyone that it doesn't matter where he plays, he's looking to win.

Saturday, July 13, in the Don't Poke The Bear, Driven by Innova Discs, held at Woodland Valley Disc Golf, Nate put up the consistent score of 53 in both rounds, and won his division by four strokes! After the first round, he was leading the pack, and never looked back. Nate has now won two events this year in which he was leading after the first round.

His strong play resulted in (unofficial) round ratings of 960 and 923; his current rating is 895. If that's not enough reason for his competition to worry, he would have finished one stroke off of cashing in the pro division!

Sabattus Disc Golf is proud to sponsor Nate as he impressively continues to develop as a player and looks forward to see him compete in the future. His next Professional Disc Golf Association event is the Acker's Acres Disc Golf Open, Driven by Innova, on July 28th.

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