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Tattar Takes the Cup – 2023 PDGA Champions Cup FPO Final Recap

By Nick Quargnenti
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2023 PDGA Champions Cup – FPO Final Recap

Sunday, April 23, 2023 – 19:31

Kristin Tattar holds the Champions Cup after a wire-to-wire victory in Appling, GA. Photo: Justin Anderson / PDGA Media

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After shooting the hot round four days in a row, Kristin Tattar has won the 2023 PDGA Champions Cup and her third Major title so far. Tattar dominated once again, extending her 12-stroke lead to 14 and finishing the tournament at 27 strokes under par. According to StatMando, this is the largest margin of victory ever at an FPO Major with a 30+ player field.

Tattar’s wire-to-wire win also included a massive bogey-free streak extending back to the Blue Ridge Championship. While her 74-hole streak came to an end as she took a bogey on hole 4 of the final round, she kept a clean scorecard for the rest of the round and only took a single bogey in the entire tournament. Tattar now has back-to-back Major wins with her last being the 2022 PDGA Pro World Championships.

“Last year I feel like I played very well during Worlds as well, but I feel like here I had better flow and I felt so confident,” Tattar said when asked about her performance this weekend, “I would say this is the best performance that I’ve had.”

While Tattar seemed uncatchable on Championship Sunday, the other players on the FPO leaderboard still battled it out for second place. Ohn Scoggins finished the tournament at 13 strokes under par, jumping into 2nd place and securing her second podium at an FPO Major. Kat Mertsch, Catrina Allen, and Hailey King finished tied for 3rd place at 11 strokes under par. Mertsch in particular shot 3-under for the day, sharing the hot round with Tattar and picking up her first podium at a Major.

After shooting the hot round four days in a row, Kristin Tattar has won the 2023 PDGA Champions Cup and her third Major title so far. Tattar dominated once again, extending her 12-stroke lead to 14 and finishing the tournament at 27 strokes under par. According to StatMando, this is the largest margin of victory ever at an FPO Major with a 30+ player field.

Tattar’s wire-to-wire win also included a massive bogey-free streak extending back to the Blue Ridge Championship. While her 74-hole streak came to an end as she took a bogey on hole 4 of the final round, she kept a clean scorecard for the rest of the round and only took a single bogey in the entire tournament. Tattar now has back-to-back Major wins with her last being the 2022 PDGA Pro World Championships.

“Last year I feel like I played very well during Worlds as well, but I feel like here I had better flow and I felt so confident,” Tattar said when asked about her performance this weekend, “I would say this is the best performance that I’ve had.”

While Tattar seemed uncatchable on Championship Sunday, the other players on the FPO leaderboard still battled it out for second place. Ohn Scoggins finished the tournament at 13 strokes under par, jumping into 2nd place and securing her second podium at an FPO Major. Kat Mertsch, Catrina Allen, and Hailey King finished tied for 3rd place at 11 strokes under par. Mertsch in particular shot 3-under for the day, sharing the hot round with Tattar and picking up her first podium at a Major.

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