Estonian disc golf sensation Kristin Tattar put on a dazzling display of skill and consistency at the Champions Cup, securing her third career Major championship with a resounding 14-stroke victory. The Champions Cup is one of the most prestigious events in the disc golf world, attracting top players from around the globe to compete for the coveted title.
Tattar’s performance was nothing short of remarkable, as she led the field from start to finish, scoring the hot round each day and maintaining the lead throughout the tournament. Her dominance was especially impressive considering the level of competition, with some of the best players in the world vying for the title.
Tattar’s performance statistics speak for themselves – she led the field in strokes gained tee to green, bogeyed only one hole, and averaged a staggering 1010 event rating. Her bogey on Hole 4 during the final round ended her 74-straight bogey-free hole streak over her last two events, setting a new record as the longest calculated bogey-free streak on tour.
Notably, Tattar’s victory at the Champions Cup marks the first time an FPO player has achieved this feat since Paige Pierce’s 2017 Aussie Open win. With her back-to-back Major victories by 8+ strokes, Tattar joins Valarie Jenkins as the only players to accomplish this feat in the last 15 years.
Tattar’s meteoric rise to the top of the sport has been nothing short of remarkable. Just one year ago, she had zero wins to her name. Now, she boasts an impressive four wins through six events this year, cementing her status as one of the most dominant players in the game.
While Tattar’s victory was the standout performance of the event, there were other noteworthy performances as well. Ohn Scoggins finished in second place, securing her second FPO Major podium finish. In a three-way tie for third place, Kat Mertsch earned her first Major podium, Catrina Allen achieved her 20th Major podium, and Hailey King secured her third Major podium.
Ella Hansen also stood out as the only FPO competitor to card a birdie on Hole 1 each round, adding to the excitement of the event.
In a post-tournament interview, Tattar shared some inspiring words: “I just want to tell everybody to follow their dreams. Doesn’t matter what it is. Amazing stuff will happen.” Her incredible performance at the Champions Cup is a testament to the power of perseverance and dedication, as she continues to make her mark on the world of disc golf.
In the end, Tattar’s victory at the Champions Cup is a reminder of the limitless potential of the human spirit. Her unwavering determination and relentless pursuit of excellence have propelled her to the top of the sport, inspiring us all to pursue our dreams with the same level of passion and dedication.