Nick Eversman

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Nick Eversman

IN THE BAG

DISTANCE

Boss

Blizzard Boss

Easy gentle throw, long distance. Arm saver.
Boss

Star Boss

Favorite driver, great distance with a slight anhyzer.
Wraith

GStar Wraith

Great sidearm distance, great control.
Max

Star Max

Long range with a nice left turn at low speed, great for doglegs.
Monarch

Champion Monarch

Perfect driver to begin with, great stability.
Orc

Champion Orc

Fast driver used for cutting through wind, great sidearm.
Valkyrie

Star Valkyrie

First Distance Driver, great versatility, great roller.

FAIRWAY

Eagle

Champion Eagle

Long straight throw, great for overhand placement shots.
TeeBird

Champion TeeBird

(Gummy) Straight flyer and stops on a dime.

MID-RANGE

King Cobra

Champion King Cobra

Heavy, perfect for windy play.
Coyote

Champion Coyote

Straight flyer, holds the fade or draw given very well.

PUTT & APPROACH

Aero

Star Aero

Most reliable disc in my bag, great placement and loft every time.
Aviar

Glow Aviar

Nice stiff putter, solid straight reliable flight.
KC Aviar

Champion KC Aviar

(11x) Great distance and loft, slight fade.

PLAYER INFO

BIO

Division:  Actor

PDGA#:

Height: 5'11"

Wingspan: 71"

Dominant Hand: Right

Longest Measured Throw: 389'

Year Born: 1986

Hometown: Crystal Lake, IL

Titles

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Devils You Know (2015), The DUFF (2015), Wild (2014), At the Devil's Door (2014), The Depraved (2011)

Website: imdb.com/name/nm2956414/

Q&A

Memorable Win:

Shooting -12 at Lippold Park Disc Golf (Non-Tourney)

Advice:

Keep your arm down when releasing. I've personally dealt with this a ton when I was just starting out. Really takes away from your accuracy and distance. Make sure to give yourself time to find out your own style of throw. While it may not be the normal, it might be the best style for you! I know I throw almost every drive on a sidearm as I tend to get better distance that way. See what works best for you!

Goals:

Become better at my approach game and distance game. Right now I'm shooting +7, and I'm hoping to get that down to Even by the end of this year. Long term I would love to help spread this wonderful sport to more parks and golf courses. It's such a fun and relaxing game, who wouldn't want to play!?

Additional Comments:

Karma. Take care of the course and leave it in better shape than when you arrived (NO LITTERING). Please be courteous to all of the other players on the course. If you find a disc, leave a note or the disc at the course. Chances are, that person who lost the disc is gonna want it back. Let's continue to treat this sport and each other with all of the respect that we would want ourselves. Now, let's grip it and rip it!!