All new players need to learn about four basic things.
#1 - Disc golf is about having fun and enjoying yourself at one of the coolest competitions in the world today; never forget that is why we play.
#2 - If you really want to be good, you should spend more time throwing on the practice field than on the course.
#3 - (and a mistake I, unfortunately made) Learn to throw the discs that match your arm speed and ability first. As you get better form, better snap, and better arm speed, then move to faster and faster discs. When I teach beginners, I give them a putt/approach disc and a mid-range disc to learn with.
#4 - Being able to putt well not only can take a few strokes off your score, it will also open more possibilities and change the way you mentally size up each hole.
My most memorable moment happened in Emporia. In 2016, I won my division at the GBO, and took home one of those coveted glass-blown trophies. Wow!
This team has players from all types of backgrounds and represents the most visionary and progressive disc golf company in the country. Having its roots in promoting the sport and providing opportunities for more players, Dynamic Discs and the team acts like a family who help and support each other in being both quality competitors and quality sportsmen and women.
Versatile driver with "sneaky" glide; stays on any line you put it on -- Hyzer, straight, or anhyzer.
Versatile distance driver with great S-shot distance if you give it enough air.
Hyzer and wind approach throws. It finishes predictably left without skipping at all.