San Diego, CA
3x 1st Place FPO Southern Nationals Pro Championships (2016-2018)
2x 1st Place FPO City Of Mobile Championships (2016, 2017)
Shelton Springs DGC, Shelton, WA. Great wooded PNW course with challenging lines through a beautiful setting with a nice high canopy.
Reidy Creek DGC, Escondido, CA. A well laid out disc golf course on a shorter traditional golf course. Disc golf follows the same flow as the traditional golf holes to facilitate both sports being able to use the course at the same time, 7 days a week. Good use of the natural land features and hazards to challenge all aspects of your game.
2021 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?
My go-to driver is my BigZ Crank. It is middle of the pack in stability compared to the rest of the drivers in my bag, making it a solid choice in most situations. I can really manipulate the flight of this disc to do whatever I want, and even holds up to mu forehand shots. I could probably get by with only this driver on most courses.
How about your main Mid-range?
Recently, I have been leaning heavily on my Titanium Buzzz OS for most of my upshots. It is the perfect forehand approach disc when I need more distance than I get out of my Ringer GT. It holds up very well in the wind and allows me to fully commit to my shot without needing to be touchy.
What about Your Putter?
I have been putting with the APX for 5 years now. I bounce back and forth between the Soft X and the Jawbreaker plastic, depending on the weather and how I'm feeling. It is a very easy to throw putter, with lots of glide and not much fade even on long putts.