Be real. If your identity is a nickname, share your real name.
When did you discover and begin playing this best of all sports?
I started playing Memorial Day weekend, 1980. A local station in Philly was advertisizing a big frisbee event
What is your "home" course?
Sedgley Woods~Philly & Cedarock, Burlington, NC
What are your Top Five courses?
1-Sedgley Woods- Where I learned to play and where everyone truly feels welcome. The course has adaptive to the times and can accomodate any new or world class arm.
2- Brandywine- DE- It was a course that set the tone for the future of our sport. The course offers magnificent vistas and it was the first and distance. The course tested all the the new technology of plastic and still does. Elevation changes accuracy and oh that wind!
3- Warwick Park, NY- Again, first it's a course with beautiful views. Next every part of your game gets a workout. Distance, accuracy, wide open fairways, tightlanes great elevation and come tourney time world class competition.
4- Nassau -Disc Golf Cruise- I've been more challenged by most courses that I've played but then again I never cared less about winning while playing here. The opportunity to play on a course where you looking forward to landing in the water. It's like an imaginary oasis that appears but once a year.4 days of partying wrapped around 1 round of golf' every little thing, gonna be alright"
5- Paw Paw- It's a West Virgina thing, if you don't know you better ask somebody. As my buddy Dave of Revolution Bags said to me' It the one place that when your there, you forget about everyplace else
How many discs do you own?
?- I've never been a collector but I do have a disc from russian that i picked up in the 86 worlds. I also have a disc from 86 made by Tom Monroe. I don't even know if he named it yet. He had only made 10 of them at that time so I guess that one may have some value. The Russian disc is a piece of crap but the box it came in is cool with everything written in Russian including how to play frisbee games
What is your favorite disc golf-related website?
don't have a fav. I loved the intro on Sun Kings site
I wanted to thank you for coming to the Greensboro Ice Bowl. My cousin Jason Shermer appreicates the experience and is improving day by day. I will keep you updated on any future events we hold, hope to see you around.