I like Big Putts.
Mount Pleasant, MI
No Foolin' 2016 - My first big win was the A-Tier at Hudson Mills. It was a stacked field of some of the best women golfers in Michigan and was the tournament that I turned Pro. Came out of the first round with a huge lead, and was able to hold onto it and finish ahead of the field.
Hickory Hills Open 2018 - Second big win was another A-Tier in Traverse City, Mi. My game felt confident and consistent all weekend long, and was able to come out on top with a very strong field. Shot well above my rating all three rounds.
Deerfield Nature Park, Mount Pleasant, MI. It is my home course and where I learned how to golf. It offers up a good selection of shot choices, elevation change, wooded and open holes. With two different courses, and short and long tee pads, it can be as easy going or challenging as you want it to be.
Burchfield Park, Holt, MI. Two completely different courses with endless possibilities on how you can play them. The wooded course offers up true par 4's and tight wooded fairways. The open course can be championship level with its long fairways and placement shot opportunities. A must play if you are in Michigan.
2019 IN THE BAG
IN THE BAG
*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?
ESP Crank is my go-to driver. They start off pretty overstable for me and break into the perfect hyzer flip disc. They are fast and predictable. I keep a handful of them in my bag at all times, all having different stabilities. It can be used in the tight woods for hyzer flip shots, or in the wide open for the big S line bomb.
How about your main Mid-range?
Z Buzzz. When in doubt on what to throw, throw the buzzz. It goes where you want it to, and follows the line you put it on. It is able to handle torque and power. Everyone should bag a buzzz. The most consistent disc you will ever own and is easy to throw for any skill level.
What about Your Putter?
Jawbreaker Challenger. To me it goes straight into the basket, with little fade at the end of its flight. I am able to use it from all distances and have total confidence in it. The microbead feels comfortable in the hand and it always has a predictable flight. The jawbreaker blend is grippy in all kinds of weather, as well.