1st 2018 NEBCO Open 1st 2017 Cranbury Ice Bowl 1st 2016 Cranbury Classic 1st 2015 Feed The Beast 1st 2014 Park City Open 1st 2013 Hunter Hangtime Open 1st 2012 Grey Sail Brewing Open
Veteran's Memorial Park. Bridgeport, CT. This course is challenging and has a great variety of drives and upshots including several par 4s. The surprisingly diverse terrain, elevated tees, & high tree canopies create expansive fairways that are technical, beautiful, and fair. It's only 1 hour from NYC!
Maple Hill. Leicester, MA. This is what New England disc golf is all about. No other course requires more course management while negotiating beautiful hills, ponds, fields, and woods.
2019 IN THE BAG
IN THE BAG
PUTT and APPROACH
*Note* In The Bag section is a work in progress. While these are the discs
the player throws, it may not accurately reflect the plastic type the player uses
Your go-to Driver?
Z Nuke. At first I didn't believe the hype, but after just one toss I was sold. Everybody knows it's the farthest, fastest disc out there. I was also surprised how easy it flew and how comfortable the wide rim feels in the hand. I carry three Z Nukes in my bag. One new very overstable, one 'experienced' slightly overstable, and one beloved and hard to find, stand up, flip over, and fly forever 1st run Nuke. These discs are so versatile and I use them for my longest throws both backhand and forehand.
How about your main Mid-range?
Z Comet. What you've heard about the Comet is correct: it is the easiest, straightest flying control midrange disc ever made. The most common thing heard after releasing this disc is 'What was that??!!' I guess people aren't used to seeing something go so straight with a slight drift to the right. I also love that I can throw a very controlled shot 200-300 feet from a stand still.
What about Your Putter?
Challenger. The ultimate putt and approach disc. It's an overstable putter that has a great grip and is incredibly consistent. I enjoy using putters for drives and midrange shots when possible because they land softly and don't skip far from the target.