What about a putter? That might be the toughest disc to switch up because of the mental part of it.
Gregg: I am still not exactly sure. I am working with a few.
If you had to tee it up right now, what would you use?
Gregg: Definitely the KC Aviar. I would probably have a Nova handy for windy situations.
Glad to see you working the Nova. That still seems to be a fairly underappreciated model.
Gregg: I have seen the Nova do amazing things. I am trying to find my identity with it and get it fully worked into the bag.
Are you trying any other models that are new to you?
Gregg: Not yet, but I am looking forward to testing the Mako3.
Any old school discs?
Gregg: I am stoked to have a Stingray back in my bag. I have thrown those for a long time.
Gregg: Yes. It’s all DX on the Stingrays for me.
So it sounds like the transition might not be as difficult for you. Is that a fair statement?
Gregg: I think so. I have been throwing Innova almost exclusively for 2 years so I’d say it’s fair. The putter is the main thing I need to dial in.
So when did you start playing disc golf, and what was your first course?
Gregg: I started in 1993 when I was 6. My first course was Condon Park in Grass Valley, CA.
How many courses have you played since then?
Gregg: Over 400. I don’t know the exact count but it’s up there.