I started playing when I was 23 or so by throwing discs at objects around town. It was tons of fun and I was hooked instantly. Larry Entz introduced me to the game and took me to courses to play. I traveled building greenhouses for years which gave me the opportunity to play many many courses and meet so many amazing people. I fell in love with the game because of all the great people you get to meet (and when you throw one in from a 100’).
5 Favorite courses
5 favorite discs
Strongest part of your game? What needs work?
Throwing putters and mids is the strongest part of my game. The part of my game that needs work is consistency on the putting green.
Best tip for a new player?
Play a few rounds with a putter to learn good form. Don’t just go out there and try to crush. Good form and accuracy will save you many strokes out on the course.