Dave “¢” Vincent
Started Playing Disc Golf: I started playing disc golf in august of 2002, and was instantly hooked. Started playing PDGA tournaments in 2004
First Disc: DX Cheetah
Favorite Hole at Morley: I love hole 10f because of how unique it is compared to the rest of morley field. It truly requires distance and accuracy to even have chance at a birdie. Conversely, if both requirements are not met, it is easy to find yourself in a very difficult position for par...
Aces: 40+ total, with 14 at Morley Field. I have the only hole in one on hole 10f, 426'
My Favorite Disc: D Challenger, hands down the most used disc in my bag. I haven't used another type of putter since 2004 because of how perfectly this disc fits my style. I can use it on any shot under 300' and know that it's going to land exactly where i want it to go
Favorite Driver: Predator. This is the most overstable and accurate distance driver ever made, even micah dorius wants to throw predators...
Favorite Midrange: Z Buzzz. Best midrange on the market
Favorite Putter: D Challenger. It's the most predictable and wind resistant putter available
In My Bag:
Favorite website: www.pdga.com
Favorite Pro Players: Kevin Gomez for his tiger woods mentality. Steven Thomas for his surgical precision. Carlo Pelg for his determination to win… in style!
PDGA Sanctioned Tourney Results:
1st San Marcos Ice Bowl
3rd Sunrise Showdown
4th Sun Valley Open
4th Emerald Isle Open
5th Southern California Championships
8th Las Vegas Halloween Classic
25th The Memorial
1st Emerald Isle Open
2nd Mountain High
3rd Toney's Mountain Golf Challenge
3rd Las Vegas Halloween classic
3rd Scott Killian Memorial
3rd Morley Field Spring Fling
3rd Hawaii State Championships
15th PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships
Tips: Do not practice at the course, always practice at a field, or in a wooded area away from the course. Practice every type of throw. Many people are limited in their game and can't throw sidearm, overhand, rollers etc...but the players that are able to throw all types of shots have an instant advantage no matter where they are playing.
Do not be afraid to ask other players for advice, I’m always willing to help anyone with their game...
Missing a shot is not the worst thing in disc golf. Not having the courage to miss is the worst thing in disc golf...