Hometown: Ontario, CA, USA
Pro since: 1976
2011 Events: 8
2011 Earnings: $2809
Dominant Hand: Right
Titles: 1989 PDGA World Champion, Hall of Fame Inductee 1999
Putt & Approach:
Rock Hill, SC
Mt. Airy Forest
Santa Cruz, CA
Arthur O. Fisher
Jerry Garcia Memorial Tournament
Circle R Ranch, TX
Brent Hambrick Memorial
La Mirada, CA
Number of Aces:
Longest Measured Throw:
1989 Worlds - Also both Player of the Year wins. 1989 Circus City Open - I think I won by 22 strokes.
Practice every portion of the game. Quality, not quantity - you will get out of practice equal to what you put into it.
The division I play in is determined by several things: 1. Money 2. Number in each division 3. Who is playing in each division 4. Personal health
The combination of distance and reliability into the wind makes the Max a must have disc for every pro. For me, it flies like a very long Firebird.
An excellent disc for players of all skill levels. This disc has a very predictable high-speed turn with lots of glide and a slow comeback. It is a great disc for long turnover shots. It makes a great long distance roller. It is also a good disc choice for high altitude play.
The TeeBird is the workhorse of all my drivers because:
1. It has plenty of distance.
2. It is super dependable upwind or downwind.
3. It is very predictable.
4. It is the Roc of drivers.