Learn both backhand and forehand throws. It helps to have options out on the course. Don't be intimidated playing rounds with more experienced players. They are often more than happy to help and support you and you will learn simply by observing how they play.
Most Memorable Moment
Travelling to New South Wales with the family and winning the 2019 NSW Open MA40 Title alongside my son who won the Junior Division.
What Separates Team Dynamic Discs?
While many companies value people who are good at disc golf, Dynamic Discs values good disc golf people.
In The Bag
Latitude 64 Opto Ballista Pro
My main distance forehand disc. Overstable with a hint of turn and extra distance.
Westside Discs Tournament Sword
Straight to understable distance. Mostly forward fade, which is great for long tunnel throws.
Dynamic Discs Fuzion Felon
My most overstable fairway. Forehands, forehand rollers and headwind hyzers.
Dynamic Discs Lucid-X Maverick
Straighter than the Lucid version with a touch of fade at the end of its flight.
Dynamic Discs Lucid Maverick
Easy to control straight to slightly understable fairway with a neutral finish.
Latitude 64 Gold River
Slow turn and extra glide for situations where my run-up or arm swing is compromised.
Dynamic Discs Lucid Justice
Super overstable utility disc. Short forehands, skip shots, forehand rollers, windy day approach shots. It can do it all.
Westside Discs VIP Tursas
Turnover approaches. Good for slightly longer turnover forehands than a Deputy can handle.
Westside Discs Tournament Harp
My approach shot workhorse. Reliable overstability in all but the windiest conditions. I also use my Harp for putting in strong headwinds.
Westside Discs Megasoft Shield
Great for layups and approaches on sloping greens or where there is danger near to the basket. The Megasoft Shield gives me confidence to throw at my target, knowing that there will be minimum skip or roll.