I'm a bad girl, Living among the trees, Whatcha gonna do now? When I'm reaching for my piece of the action? But nobody seems to care, oh-oh, nobody seems to care that: I THROW THE FORCE CUZ I AM A JEDI! When I'm hittin all my putts cuz I have a good lie. Throw another drive, man, you know what i mean, say, hot damn I'm a putting machine. Just got an ace! Arr-ee-eye, the Discraft Jedi!
2015 Women's FP40 World Champion
3x Michigan Women's State Champion
Hawk Hollow, Spotsylvania, Virginia. Its huge and difficult with tremendous elevation shots and a beautiful, winding stream that comes into play on several holes. It's a magical place of cow pies and miracle shots, big putts and big glory. Times played: 20+
Kensington Toboggan, Milford, Michigan. Considered my home course along with the Black Locust north and south in the same park, Kensington's Toboggan is the definition of extreme disc golf. Huge elevation and difficulty but the big fairways reward good shots. Read butt-kicker of a course, yet so much fun. Times played: 100+, even without baskets.
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?
My go-to driver is the Heat. I like long woods courses the best and this disc is insanely accurate. I like to call my drives with the Heat, "Bullet Shots" because they leave my hand really straight and fly like a bullet toward the basket. It also has a beautiful annhyzer flight and ends well. I like the feel of a the smaller rim in my hand and have a lot of confidence in this disc, especially on tight woods shots. For similar shorter shots , the Archer is a great go-to as well.
How about your main Mid-range?
The Buzzz . It simply does everything. There is a reason it's the number one selling disc of all time and most popular mid-range disc in the world. Everyone knows it's the best.
What about Your Putter?
Of course, Magnets catch chains and seem to have less rollaways than other discs, but I'm going to plug the APX as an approach putter everyone should try. It is very understable and can be thrown with accuracy at very slow speeds. Whenever I'm in a jail of trees and there is one tiny gap that I need to hit, it's always the APX that I turn to. Pretty great for tricky upshot rollers as well.