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Hometown: Amherst, MA
Year born: 1984
Pro since: N/A
2012 Events: N/A
2012 Earnings: N/A
Dominant Hand: Right
Titles: Landscape Architect Professional
Putt & Approach:
Hornet's Nest Park
Flat Rock Disc Golf
Sabattus Disc Golf
Orchard Hill Disc Golf
UMass Amherst, Amherst, MA
International Disc Golf Center - Headrick Course
Zach Deputy Charity Tournament
Live Oak, FL
The Leopard is the first disc I learned to throw RHBH. After all these years, the Leopard is a disc that still remains heavily used in my bag, and one that I would suggest to any level player. I mostly use it on "thread the needle" shots, but also enjoy using it on upshots where I let the tremendous glide of the disc compensate for the change in elevation.
The KC Pro Roc is my go to disc. I have the most confidence with it, and tend to use it in high pressure situations more often than not. It has a predictable flight that I can rely on for both finesse approach shots as well as tight drives off the tee. I'd suggest Roc to any player looking for a reliable disc that can be utilized in almost any scenario.
I throw the XD in almost every round I play, as well use heavily as a teaching tool for beginners. The XD's low profile lends itself well for approach shots and even off the tee. I use the XD more as an approach disc than a putter, as it is a great turnover disc with a lot of glide. The XD's tremendous glide and straight flying nature help ease newer players into the sport with an easy-to-throw disc.