PDGA #: 33833
Don't expect to be so great when you first start. Disc golf is a lot harder than it looks. It takes time and practice to really get good. So don't stress if you're not the best right away. Even the world champions and professionals had to start somewhere. Their practice and dedication made them who they are today.
Most Memorable Moment
Finally reaching my goal of being 900 rated. That was my goal for about 2 years and I finally reached it in September of 2012. All my practice finally payed off.
What Separates Team Dynamic Discs?
I think the closeness between the players and the company. We can talk to them and ask for things whenever we need it and they are happy to help. They are so encouraging towards us. The players are close with each other. I have the numbers of many of my teammates and I ask them for help and advice all the time. It really feels like family.
In The Bag
Dynamic Discs Lucid Escape
It goes pretty straight for me and is a great fairway driver. I can trust it whenever I throw it to do what it is suppose to do.
Latitude 64 Opto Bolt
The Bolt does the perfect "s" for me. I can put some snap and power into it and it will typically come back, giving me maximum distance.
Dynamic Discs Lucid Fugitive
The Fugitive is predictable and flies straight. It goes pretty far for a midrange and it's very dependable.
Latitude 64 Opto Pain
The Pain is very overstable. I use it for hyzer upshots, when it's windy, and for skip shots.