The second stop of the Disc Golf World Tour was in the Czech Republic. The 2016 Konopiste Open featured the longest course competitors will play throughout the World Tour this season. Paul McBeth and Nate Sexton made the trip overseas to compete. In the end Simon Lizotte would come out on top.
With a similar feel just a few weeks ago, Lizotte would find himself tied for the lead after the final hole. This time he found Paul McBeth and KJ Nybo waiting for him. They would play the 400 foot down hill Hole 1. In uncharacteristic fashion, McBeth would find the OB on his drive. KJ Nybo would convert a long birdie putt and Simon would tap in to extend.
Lizotte and Nybo would then play the long, uphill 575 foot Hole 17. Nybo would throw a quality drive but this hole was built for Simon Lizotte. Simon would lace his drive way down the fairway allowing for a much easier approach. Nybo would need to hit about 20 foot putt to to continue the playoff, but he couldn’t convert. Simon would tap in and claim the victory.