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May 29, 2019

SDG is proud to sponsor and congratulate Nathaniel DeLisle as he clinches another first place win in the intermediate division in the C-Tier Professional Disc Golf Association 2019 Cranberry Jam Open over the Memorial Day Weekend. As Nate continues to compete against mostly men in this division, at the ripe old age of 12, he again shows his talent at such a young age.

Nate finished 5 under par bringing his rating to 888 with his closest competitor finishing with a plus 4. Sabattus Disc Golf is proud to see Nate compete with his Innova Discs and Discmania discs and wishes him continued success as the season continues.

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