Forget about how far you can drive. Work on getting up and down from 150-200 and wear yourself out at the practice basket.
I still vividly remember my first ace, from almost 12 years ago, after being so close for 2 years.
Winning an A-tier in advanced at my home course, at the time, of Z-Boaz.
Leading at Am Worlds for several rounds and then losing by two strokes.
The first time walking up to #1 at USDGC for an official round, getting announced by Andy, and then getting a birdie.
Taking a 5 circle 10, using the Bunc'r rule, on 888 that same year at USDGC.
Ace-ing Hole #6 at De La with a giant crowd watching during The Masters Cup.
Ace-ing my first competitive throw of 2012. Going OB on my first competitive throw of 2013.
Being giddy as I warmed up at Clyde Fant in Shreveport at 10 o'clock at night with the excitement of a completely bright course in front of me.
Playing my first international rounds in Sweden at the DG Terminalen and at Jarva.
Family. It sounds like a tired cliche but it is the truth. I know that I have a level of support in the disc golf world that I have never had in all of my years outside of Dynamic Discs. These guys/girls really do support me, with barbed jokes at times, and I will support them faithfully because of their love for me.
My main high speed stable disc. Great for long hyzer shots or ripped flat shots that will finish predictably left.
My main overstable driver. Mostly used for straight headwind shots or spikes.
Very controllable fast disc. I can power up on it and get almost the same distance as my high speed discs or put less into it with great accuracy and line carving ability.
Perfectly fits the slot between my EMAC Truths and drivers. A touch more stable than the Saint Pro.
When thrown hard, it flies flat and lands flat. Excellent tunnel disc.
When the landing is of utmost importance. Very easy to control approach disc that. Will. Not. Skip.