Commit to your shot. "If you sit on the fence you'll get poked in the rear." Read Zen Golf by Dr. Joseph Parent
Oklahoma City, OK
World Doubles, 3XWorld Putting Champion, Runner-up (2nd place) World Champion, too many times to count. Plus numerous wins around the country over my nearly 25 years playing.
Tobaggan. Milford, Michigan. Just an incredibly designed and extremely challenging course. Can be extremely graifying, and humbling at the same time.Some undulating fairways, combined with big uphill drives, helps you appreciate the downhill holes.
Milo McIver. Estacada, Oregon. 2 great courses, with many opportunies to attack, or be attacked. Always so majestically beautiful and serene. Honorable mention to Sipapu. Vadito, New Mexico, and Reedy Creek, Charlotte, North Carolina.
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?
At home, (my home course is a mile high), Z Avenger, and ESP Avenger SS. So easy to control, and turn over. At lower altitude, I find the Z Heat in my hand alot. The smaller rim configuration fits nicely in my hand. Hits lines like no other, even on tight wooded fairways.
How about your main Mid-range?
ESP Buzz. I was on Team Discraft before it was born. I went through all the others, and knew when it came out, it was what I had been waiting for. Pick a line, and it flys to the target. Definitely the most important disc in my bag. I will also mention the sting. Great glide, and definitely a straight flyer.
What about Your Putter?
Although my main D Magnet is only 4 years old, it gets plenty of looks on the course. It's a little wavy, a little dirty, and a little spongy, but it can definitely find chains. It was old enough to legally drive when I pulled it out of a box brand new.