I wanna play in the woods.
2015 Eric Yetter Champions Cup, 2015-16+2018 Loriella Challenge, 2016-2018 Seneca Creek Soiree, 2017-18 Two Days in May, 2017 Delaware Disc Golf Challenge, 2018 Stafford Open, 2018 Warwick Disc Golf Championships
Flyboy Aviation, Whitesburg, Georgia: Alas, now extinct, but a huge variety of shot shapes and distances and 27 holes of pure fun.
Warwick Town Park, Warwick, NY -- One of the most challenging and fair layouts I’ve ever played in a beautiful and rugged setting. Some of the holes have literally taken me five years to figure out an optimal play, and the puzzle's complexity keeps me coming back.
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?
I love jamming on a Z Undertaker; I'm carrying three of them in varying states of wear. For a straight fairway driver in the woods, I've never found a better one. When they're fresh I can throw them flat with a little bit of left-finish; after one has been worked in it becomes a hyzer-flip machine. This disc could be an overstable driver for a new player to grow into, or a very controllable fairway driver for more experienced arms.
How about your main Mid-range?
ESP Comet: I carry 3 Comets in a variety of stabilities. For shredding the woods and throwing straight glidey shots, there is no midrange like the Comet. I like that this disc doesn’t put up with nonsense--it goes where I throw it. This unique disc is a viable disc for all skill levels!
What about Your Putter?
Soft X Roach -- The Roach is my go-to putter. Brand new they’re straight, but after a little while they get flippy - ideal for soft approaches, turnover shots, and keeping putts straight all the way to the basket. If you like a neutral-flying putter without a bead, a soft X Roach is a great option.