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June 05, 2019

SDG sponsored, Nathaniel Delisle took a second place finish at the 2019 Dragan Disc Golf Classic on June 1st. The B-Tier was Nate's third PDGA event of the season and his third straight podium finish in the AM2 pool.

Nate shot par the first round and improved by 2 strokes the second round to end the tournament -2. It should be noted that Nate eclipsed his rating by over 50 points both rounds!

Nate continues to shine with his drives and putting.

Be sure to look for the young ace at his next event June 15th; the Bittersweet Ridge Disc Golf Summer Opener, a B-Tier.

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