Began Playing Disc Golf: Morley, with some college buddies. Some good economically friendly fun.
First Disc: Cyclone Dx
Favorite Hole at Morley: 6, Where I set my first goal of making it to the grass consistently.
Morley Field Aces: 15 ish. 23 total.
Favorite Disc: Old Blue, My oldest disc I still use, blue Firebird that keeps coming back to me.
Favorite Driver: Tee Bird. Its got a little of everything in it. Great all purpose fairway driver.
Favorite Midrange: Buzz, Same idea, can do it all, almost.
Favorite Putter: Aviar x, when cold, KC Pro, when hot. Mainly, which ever goes in most.
In My Bag: Putters, Aviarx, KC pro Mid ranges, Couple Buzzs, Used to have wasp, and a Gator Drivers, Firebird, Max, TL, Teebird, Teerex, Destroyer, X Caliber, Road Runner and Stingray (primary rollers).
Tourney wins and / or Top 5 finishes (not necessarily from Morley): Couple of good Am finishes, 2006 Morley Field Spring Fling Champion, Nothing worth writing home about on Open side of things.
Favorite Disc Golf Website: morleyfield.com obviously, PDGA.com,
Favorite Pro Player: Ken Climo, He's the Champ!
Tips for newer players and players looking to improve: Practice on an open field, or any where but a course. You get more reps in less time. Its all about the OTR, opportunity to respond. You'll get more on in an open field then at a course. Then maybe Morley field wouldn't be so busy!!! Secondly, If you want to get better, compete. Playing in a competitive environment will improve your game faster then your casual rounds with your buddies you beat all the time. You will see things you might have not seen before, and SEEING IS BELIEVING! Also, Believe in your self. Self Confidence is priceless.