Chris Goodrich

PDGA #:

36448

Home Course:

Seviren Lang

Home Town:

New Albany, IN

Favorite Course:

Flip City - Shelby, Michigan


Beginner Tip

Start slow with putters and mids, improve your form, work on your arm speed, and work add faster stuff as you progress. Probably more important, play with better players. You'll see new lines, you'll see how discs can be manipulated for different flights, and being exposed to that will help grow your personal game.

Most Memorable Moment

In the 2017 Ams Minnesota Majestic, I got to play with a great friend on the final round chase card. Both of us had streaks of greatness, but we ended up falling short of the victory. But, hitting my final putt on the island hole with my wife and son watching from the deck was pretty special.

What Separates Team Dynamic Discs?

Community involvement. Whether online or in person, I regularly see updates from Team members who are working to install courses, running clinics, giving away discs, or getting ready for big tourneys. We have a lot of members who are hands on, and they inspire me to be more active.


In The Bag

Drivers

Dynamic Discs Fuzion Raider

My main long range driver, Raiders are my workhorse, I carry a heavy copy for stable to slightly overstable finishes, and a 166g for bigger flex lines.

Dynamic Discs BioFuzion Defender

My go-to distance driver. When fresh, they are reliably overstable. With some seasoning, they become great max distance drivers.

Westside Discs VIP King

My stable to understable driver of choice. I can get a nice hyzer flip line from them, and they roll pretty well if I need a little more range than the Escape can give me.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Metallic Felon (Lucid Pictured)

I don't throw the Felon as much as I have in the past, but the Metallic runs give me that throwback feel of the Proto Felons in flight. Reliable stability, without being too overstable for me to get distance with.

Dynamic Discs Lucid-X Evader

The domey LX Evaders are baby Felons, super overstable and great for flare skips.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Evader

My favorite release from 2021, this disc took over a major portion of my tee shots. I carry at least a couple at different levels of beat to provide a good range of flights.

Dynamic Discs Lucid-X Escape

When I need a little more range than the Evader, I'll throw the LX Escape, great Escape feel in the hand with a more reliable fade.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Escape

The first DD disc I fell in love with and still a staple of my bag. From straight to understable long fairway shots, the Escape is a workhorse in my bag.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Maverick

A situational disc in my bag. For heavily wooded courses I'll bag one to give me a slower controllable fairway option.

Midrange

Dynamic Discs Lucid Justice

Flat top and extremely overstable. I don't use it often, but when I need it, it's there.

Dynamic Discs Lucid EMAC Truth

I carry old run (Premac) Truths for stable to slightly overstable flights, and newer runs to for straight to understable mid flights.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Patrol

The understable complement to the Justice. When I need a ridiculous understable flight, it's there.

Dynamic Discs Lucid-X Truth

A more overstable run of Truth, close to Verdict stability.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Suspect

I bag them to remember my brother, and they've become a great in between disc for those times I can't quite reach a target with the Harp.

Putters

Dynamic Discs Soft Judge

Straight to understable flights. Most of them don't look pretty anymore, but they sure to fly great.

Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Judge

More stable throwing putters. I'll use them for straight to slightly overstable flights.

Dynamic Discs Classic Judge

I've loved the Judge for putting since I picked them up. The Classic provides a clean release and confidence that if I hit the line the putter is going in.

Westside Discs BT Medium Harp

Overstable approaches.

Latitude 64 Opto Bite

I loved them for playing with my dogs, and now they've become a mainsty on wooded courses. I love how easy they are to control.