Tom Brown Park
Play with your local disc golf club, and you'll find out how much you can learn from the Professionals, and how quickly you will improve. Secondly, practice and focus mostly (70%) on the high-percentage shots first (approach & putting) and seek professional tips on the more challenging shot types. Thirdly, and importantly, when posting on Facebook or asking others which discs to recommend, first provide your arm strength information to avoid receiving responses that may not be helpful to you. Remember that discs may perform differently for those with different arm strengths. And lastly, enjoy the sport, because it's one of the best camaraderie games out there.
It's a tie: (1) The 2012 Am World Championships. During the Final 9, on the last hole, large gallery of spectators, facing a lengthy uphill putt for 2nd place, wind whipping strong in the 4:30 direction, took my time, and firmly drilled the putt dead center of chains, and luckily I have the video footage; and (2) Completing an emotionally-charged 13-stroke victory in my division at the 2013 US Masters Championships with my oldest son as my caddie only one week before he began his career as an officer in the Air Force. His guidance was a key to the victory, where we together placed primary emphasis on both visualization and managing your game strategically with great patience.
10 Years!!! Dynamic Discs is an ambitious, hard-working organization in the sport of disc golf and the future is always bright. The quality of DD products is amazing, they care sincerely about their customers, and their leadership is constantly in touch with their team members. I was offered an agreement after a successful 2013 US Masters win and another 2nd Place at 2013 Am Worlds, and the subsequent honor in joining the DD Team is one moment I’ll never forget that further accelerated my love for the game. They are a first-class company, and it feels amazing to have been a part of the Team Dynamic Discs family for the last 10 years!
As the absolute longest understable driver in my bag, I sometimes carry two of these depending on the fade required for the hole, as both have a slightly differently stability. If wind conditions are minimal, this disc is the perfect long-distance driver for my arm speed.
One of my top understable long-distance drivers, it's slightly more stable than my Air Kings, so it has a little fight against the medium headwinds.
An understable driver with long distance glide with the ability to manipulate a variety of shaped shots.
Highly underrated disc, always carrying a few backups, and I’m stocked with more backups at the house. More stable than my Air King and Air Ballista. This medium stable driver keeps me safely in the fairway more often, super reliable, and it can fight the moderate headwind. I became a huge fan of several air plastic drivers while competing in the 2014 Japan Open. Money Disc!
Another 14-speed driver with slightly more stability than the Air Havoc, and a fighter in a stronger moderate wind, used for drives which require a slightly more hyzer finish.
A consistent and dependable long-distance driver that can battle the wind and has a nice fade at the end. This disc is also fantastic for low & hard hyzer skip shots.
An understable fairway driver with very generous glide that maintains a straight flight with a very slight fade in calm weather. It can be used for firm anhyzer and flex throws. I carry two of these, one slightly more stable than the other. A longtime staple in my bag.
My most understable fairway driver. It can be thrown with a hyzer flip, mostly straight or drifting slightly to the right before flexing out late. Perfect for tight lines, long anhyzer throws, and it is extremely beneficial on woods courses.
Slightly more stable fairway driver that is a sweet complement to my Underworld by providing about 20% more stability. The glide is phenomenal, and the grip is naturally comfortable.
This disc is structurally sound, versatile, and has a dependable flight which I use for medium stable drives or upshots under 260'. Can also use it for shorter skip throws depending on the obstacles. Money disc!
One of my longer distance midrange discs, slightly more understable and slightly longer than the EMAC Truth. I use it for the harder, more aggressive straight-ish shots. Love the grip.
My most stable midrange disc with a dependable flight path and a rim design that allows me to get that long hard hyzer skip when needed. Also great for getting out of trouble.
Highly underrated disc, and you know it if you know it. A great hyzer-flip disc which flips up immediately and stays straight all the way through. Also serves as a super disc for technical/sharp anhyzer shots and for playing smarter on tightly wooded holes. Money disc!
One of my primary upshot money discs with a more stable flight path and not too much skip. I throw this disc often on holes which allow a hyzer approach to the basket. Money disc!
The Warden has been my primary putter since its release, and I have been very pleased with its consistency, and I’ve become super confident due its performance and reliability. Also, I’m a firm believer that you can continue to improve by sticking with the same reliable putter. Hands down, this disc wins my most valuable disc award!