IN THE BAG
PUTT & APPROACH
Division: Women's Open
Career Wins: 202
Career Earnings: $129,754.47
Dominant Hand: Right
Number of Aces: 36
Longest Measured Throw: 483'
Year Born: 1972
Hometown: Wimberley, TX
3x World Champion, 5x US Champion (3x FPO/2x FPM), US Masters Champion, 4x PDGA Player of the Year, 2001 PDGA Co-Rookie of the Year, 3x World Mixed Doubles Champion, 2014 Bob West Sportsmanship Award, 2007 Steady Ed Spirit of the Game, 2004 PDGA EDGE Award, Iowa Disc Golf Hall of Fame Member, PDGA Eagle Club Member, 202 PDGA career wins, 11 Majors, 30 National Tour Wins.
Memorable Win:The 2005 World Championships for the intensity and level of focus I was able to maintain during the rounds. I saw the intended line, executed the shot, made my putts and thoroughly enjoyed the mix and challenge the Allentown, PA Worlds courses provided. The 2006 Mixed Doubles World Championship for its classic pairings, dramatic last hole finish and watching Jay clutch the last drive within 15 feet for the win. My other three highlights are being awarded a spirit and sportsmanship award and being inducted into the Iowa Hall of Fame.
Advice:Be Patient with your game, yourself and others. There is no substitution for practice. Disc golf is a game of timing and technique. Remember to enjoy your casual rounds and take seriously your competitive ones. Know the rules and carry a rule book in tournament play.
Schools, camps, youth programs or healthy community initiatives interested in information on EDGE: The Educational Disc Golf Experience, please check out the website at www.edgediscgolf.org. EDGE is a non-profit organization that promotes the activity of disc golf in schools, camps, and community programs. EDGE provides age-appropriate equipment along with a standards based 3-12 grade cross-curriculum.
My true love of the Fairway Drivers. Yes, it's slower, but it's accurate. I trust many shots with this disc.