Logan Harpool

PDGA #: 101319
Home Course: Hap McLean DGC
Home Town: Valley Center, Kansas
Bag: Dynamic Discs Backpack Cart with a Dynamic Discs Ranger
Favorite Course: Clover Cliff
Favorite Disc: Dynamic Discs Lucid Enforcer


Beginner Tip

- Have fun! Enjoy every step of the learning experience.
- Start by throwing straight flyers. Neutral and understable discs will often show you what you need to fix.
- Solicit help from local pros. Ask questions and pick their brains.

Most Memorable Moment

It's a toss up:
1. My first pro win came in just my second crack at the open field. I took down the 2019 Monkey Island Open.
2. While playing advanced in 2018, I won an A-Tier on the final putt on round 3. A 30 footer with the pressure on!

What Separates Team Dynamic Discs?

Team Dynamic Discs operates as a tight nit group. Simply put, they're a competitive family, and the discs fly like a charm.


In The Bag

Drivers

Dynamic Discs Lucid Enforcer

For anything 360'-400', I'm reaching for the Lucid Enforcer. I can rip on it, pop it flat, and know it will finish back to the left.

Dynamic Discs Fuzion Enforcer

The purpose of carrying the Fuzion Enforcer is the wear and tear. Once it's beat up, it flips up and glides straighter longer but still has the left fade to finish.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Defender

I use this (almost) exclusively for sidearms off the tee.

Latitude 64 Gold Ballista Pro

The farthest flying disc I've ever thrown. Max power, max distance...It goes a long way.


Westside Discs VIP War Horse

In the Kansas wind, the War Horse is a must. It has completely gained my trust, knowing it won't flip into some of the most ferocious headwinds.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Criminal

For shots under 315' that need a hard finish. The Criminal is overstable but can get flat and ride for a bit before the fade.

Latitude 64 Opto Stiletto

The Stiletto is another must have for the wind. This is for shots that need a hard spike, or a big skip.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Felon

The Felon is great for backhands, sidearms, spikes, and skips. It can do a little bit of everything.


Latitude 64 Gold Burst Explorer

Great for carving up wooded courses. The explorer holds any angle or line you put it on.

Midrange

Dynamic Discs Lucid Verdict

Straight flyer with an overstable finish. I'll also reach for this for an occasional touch sidearm.

Westside Discs VIP Pine

Again, a straight flyer with a left finish. It carries a bit farther than my Verdict and sits very flat at the end of the flight.

Westside Discs VIP Bard

I use this for midrange shots that need to constantly move left (RHBH).

Westside Discs VIP Anvil

Upshots get hard when the wind is whipping...The Anvil takes the guessing game away. Sidearm or backhand, it's always predictable.


Dynamic Discs Lucid EMAC Truth

Straight with a lot of glide. It seems to hold any line. Very fun to throw.

Putters

Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Warden

The most important disc in the bag. My putting putter.

Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Marshal

For straight upshots and short tee shots.

Westside Discs BT Medium Harp

For forehand upshots and overstable putter shots.

Latitude 64 Zero Medium Sinus

A great straight to overstable throwing putter. The Sinus can handle some power and still land flat with fade.