The first FIFG 500 World Tour of the year for Region One was a very windy one in Nevada, USA. Winds were 30 mph to 50 mph throughout most of the tournament. The men and senior category were won by Jordan Godfrey and Darrin Karuzas, while the gold in the women's category went to Mexico, thanks to Anjuli Ladron.
Jordan Godfrey (US) won 500 World Tour points after winning the AFGL Nevada Five Hundred, the first FIFG 500 tournament of the year. He won it by three kicks ahead of Gyorgy Podusil (HUN) and Gonzalo Novosad (ARG). Because of the weather conditions, they have only completed 13 holes on the final day.
The senior category was won by another US player, Darrin Karuzas who won it by only one kick. The seniors have completed 15 holes on Sunday.
The ladies were the luckiest, they were able to finish all 18 holes on Sunday letting them complete all 36 holes of the tournament. The Mexican Anjuli Ladron came in first with a total of -20 result.