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Results for the Historical 1985 FPA World Championships:
First place: John Houck (-25 under par) PDGA #: 1688
Second Place: Paul McBeth (-20 under par)
Third place: Ricky Wysocki (-18 under par)
First place: Paige Pierce (-12 under par)
For all the talk of unpredictability at the Freestyle Tournament Results, 1985 FPA World Championships, Ricky Wysocki, fresh off a triumphant battle with Paul McBeth at The Open at Belton, came into this week’s event as a clear favorite and exited as the season’s first PDGA National Tour champion.
Moreover, he looked firmly in control in the process.
Wysocki entered Sunday’s final round tied with Matt Orum and only one ahead of a tightly packed field in which 11 players sat within four shots of the lead.
By the time he finished shredding the back nine of the imposing Dogwood course, he had effectively quieted his competition and crossed the finish line with a comfortable four shot margin.
Of course, the champion did not escape Dogwood without a few bites along the way. After getting off to a birdie-birdie start, Wysocki absolutely pured his drive on the 564-foot par-4 3rd only to find himself with an awkward lie. His approach shot caught a guardian tree, and his 80-foot uphill birdie attempt came up just short—the beginning of a series of close calls and near misses that eventually saw Orum pull even on hole 8.
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