The Professional Disc Golf Association’s men’s and women’s World Championships were held last weekend on the beautiful Brewster Ridge and Fox Run Meadows courses at Smugglers Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, VT. Think golf with plastic discs instead of a club and a ball, a basket instead of a hole, and you have it. Different discs for different jobs: drivers, putters and more. Just as much athleticism and concentration as professional golf but less money on the line, although the overall winner of the men’s division, California’s Gregg Barsby, won $10,000. Above, Barsby gets a hug from fellow pro Jeremy Koling after winning and, below, a celebratory lift. It was Barsby’s first win in 16 appearances at the Worlds, starting when he was 15. Below that, former four-time PDGA Worlds winner Paul McBeth concentrates and throws. Top, Paul Ulibarri about to hit the basket. Click here for a gallery.