I guess it’s Groundhog Day because Catrina Allen remains firmly at the top of the Joe’s Disc Golf Power Rankings. She had consistent play at the LWS Open at Idlewild. While she did not have any amazing statistics, her steady play and control of the disc in less than ideal conditions lead to her taking home the W this last weekend.
Hanging on to that top position is Catrina Allen. As mentioned at the start her consistent play allowed her to jump up the leaderboard in less than ideal conditions at the LWS Open at Idlewild.
Speaking of consistent play, Missy Gannon jumps up one spot to take the second place spot in the Joe’s Disc Golf Power Rankings. She was able to reclaim the spot after Valerie Mandujano’s tough finish at the LWS Open at Idlewild.
Jumping up two spots to take third place is Ella Hansen. Over the last few weeks Hansen has slowly climbed the ranks with better finishes at tournaments. Her fourth place finish was enough for her to sneak into third.
Taking the fourth place spot is Ohn Scoggins. Her performance at LWS Open at Idlewild and USWDGC has shot her up in the rankings.
How are the Joe’s Disc Golf Power Rankings determined? Unlike other disc golf power rankings, theses are based purely on math. There is no voting; no tweaking; no gut feelings; no manipulation.
To calculate the rankings, we look at the most recent eight Silver Series, Elite Series, and Majors. We do not factor in any other tournaments. The most recent three tournaments weigh the most overall in the calculations, while the last two weigh the least. Players who do not attend an event are assigned a certain number of points that substitute a finishing place. Rankings are updated after every DGPT/Major event.