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Year born: 1975
Pro since: 2000
2011 Events: 15
2011 Earnings: $3211
Dominant Hand: Ambidextrous
Titles: 2006 National Points Champion, 2006 MSDGC Champion, 2005 KC Wide Open (NT) Champion, 2005 Mixed Doubles World Champion, 2006 and 2010 Greater Des Moines Challenge Champion, 2010 River Cities Rumble Champion
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The Leopard is a great all around control driver I always recommend to newer players. Faster than a mid-range, but with a similar flight characteristic. I often use it in place of a mid-range disc on low canopy shots. The Leopard is also great for long turnovers and shots that need to finish straight.
When you need a reliable disc in a heavy wind, the Firebird is a great option. Due to its predictable stability, I use it extensively for forehand rollers and overhand shots. The Firebird is an exceptional utility disc and a must have in my bag.
The Tern is a long range driver with a great combination of distance and control. I like using it for long, downwind field shots and long anhyzers. At the end of its flight the Tern has a very unique lift that yields an increase in distance over my other long range drivers.