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IN THE BAG

DISTANCE

Katana

Star Katana

Distance driver
Boss

StarLite Boss

Max Distance Driver
Destroyer

Star Destroyer

Controlled Hyzer shots or windy shots
Roadrunner

Champion Roadrunner

Anhyzers or straight shots
Roadrunner

StarLite Roadrunner

Anhyzers
Firebird

Champion Firebird

Hyzer shots, windy shots, skippers

FAIRWAY

Eagle

Champion Eagle

11X L configuration. Straight & placement shots, utility disc

MID-RANGE

Mako

Star Mako

Straight or Anhyzer ups
Gator

Champion Gator

PLAYER INFO

BIO

Division: FPO

PDGA#: 51277

Rating: 923

Career Wins: 26

Career Earnings: $7,078.86

Height: 5'10"

Dominant Hand: Right

Number of Aces: 5

Hometown: Nashville, TN

Titles

2013 PDGA Rookie of the Year

Website: www.duchessofdiscgolf.com

Q&A

Advice:

Improvement takes practice. Others might be more talented than you, they might have more opportunities than you, but they can not out work you. If you want to be better at Disc Golf, put in the training time and you'll see the results.
Use the Innova Disc selection charts to learn about and find the discs that are right for you.

Goals:

To Be A World Champion!

REVIEWS

Roadrunner

The StarLite Roadrunner is my favorite disc. I use it for anhyzers and long, accurate upshots under 275'. It is easy to throw for beginners and if you have trouble throwing anhyzers, try one in lighter weights between 134g-145g.

Mako

The Star Mako is the best midrange disc on the market in my opinion. It flies a straight line right out of the box. The Mako is also good for short anhyzer shots. If you like straight, it's great!

Katana

The Blizzard Katana is my go-to distance driver when there is little to no wind. As a new player, the Katana helped me achieve maximum distance. Try one out in light weights between 135g-150g if you want to add some distance to your drives. It is also a great disc for new female players!

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