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The Wright Life

Staff Picks

Landen Fledderjohn


Hi, My name is Landen Fledderjohn and I play on the CSU disc golf team I am 18 years old and have been playing Disc golf for nine years now. I Attened CSU and I am working on my BS in Business.

In his bag...

Distance Drivers

Discmania PD2 Chaos (S-line, C-line & P-line): The best wind driver on the market. It will fade no matter what. Great choice for spike hyzers and any fierce wind. I have yet to find a disc that is as overstable as the PD2 while still flying far and with a significant amount of glide.

Legacy Cannon (icon): This is my max distance disc, it's speed is incredible and combined with its high speed turn this disc is lethal and if you have the arm for it I highly recommend trying it out.

Fairway Drivers

Discmania FD3 (S-line & C-line): One of my favorite discs in the bag. I use my FD3 for controlled backhand shots, hyzer shots and any forehand less than 375' it is comparable to a firebird with more glide in my opinion.

Discmania CD2 (S-line & C-line): I throw the CD2 when I need controlled distance shots or controlled flex shots. I love this disc and would recommend it to almost everybody.

Discmania FD Jackal (S-line & C-line): This disc is one that I am just now learning to love, it is super controllable and I can use it to shape just about any line that I want. The glide that the FD has is unmatched by any other fairway drivers too.

Mid-Range

Innova Champion Gator: A slower version of my PD2 and Firebird. The gator can hold up in any wind. Awesome hyzer disc. I love throwing it off the tee and on approach shots, if I'm ever in trouble the Gator helps me get out.

Discmania MD3 (S-line & P-line): My go to mid-range. Great torque resistance. Awesome for straight approaches, slow hyzers, anhyzers, you name it. This disc is huge for me.

Putt and Approach

Westside Harp (BT medium): This disc is new to the bag. It’s great for throwing off the tee. It can handle a lot of snap while maintaining a predictable fade at the end of flight. It falls right between a putter and a mid-range for me. It is a favorite for me for up shots and off the tee, it even comes out for a headwind putt every now and then

Discmania D-Line P2 Psycho: My go to putter. It's firm and durable. The same mold as the popular KC Aviar without the bead. Basically Discmania took the two most popular putters of all time, the KC Aviar and the no bead Aviar and combined them. It can handle wind but still has enough glide to get in the basket.

Which bag is he using?

I use the Grip AX15 because i find it to be the most solid bag in all of disc golf and it is capable of holding everything that I need it to and then some. Older versions of the grip bag did not have much storage in the side packets but the AX15 has expandable pockets which makes the side pockets much bigger when they need to be and they are also collapsible when the extra storage is not needed.

 

His advice to up and coming players...

My advice to up and coming players is to always have fun playing the sport. Whether you are 13 over par or 13 under remember why you started playing the game... to have fun! Always play with better players if you can help it. Playing against tougher competition will force you to improve your game. Odds are you will learn something new when playing with the better players anyway. Try to keep an open mind when you're on the course or practicing, there is always something new you can learn whether its a new grip or a different mechanic on your drive. The game can never be mastered, you can always shoot one stroke better. Never be content with where your at, always strive to get better.

Dylan O'Malia



 Dylan is a Professional Disc Golfer who is a Fort Collins native. He is a member of the Colorado State University disc golf team. At Colorado State University Dylan is earning a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering. Dylan started playing disc golf in 2011 while attending Fort Collins High school. He has since climbed through the ranks from intermediate all the way up to the professional division. He is also a big fan of snowboarding and riding bikes through Fort Collins.

In his bag...

Distance Drivers

Discmania PD2 Chaos (S-line) The PD2 is a great overstable distance driver. I use it for long hyzers and headwinds. I throw the swirl S-lines because they are a touch more overstable than the regular ones and still maintain good glide.

Dynamic Discs BioFuzion Defender: This is my do everything disc. When it is brand new it is overstable making it good for my sidearm and into headwind. As the Defender breaks in it becomes more workable for straight and turnover shots. This allows me to cover a wide variety of shots with this one mold.

Dynamic Discs BioFuzion Escape: The Escape is a very glidey 9 speed distance driver that I use for my control straight to turnover shots. This disc is great for players of all skill level because it is very neutral and has great glide allowing you to perform almost any type of shot with it.

Fairway Drivers

Innova Champion Firebird: This is my utility disc and all around go to for any type of hyzer. I use flat ones for my overhand thumber shots. I also carry domey firebirds for most of my sidearm shots and backhand hyzers. I can't complete a round without this disc. This is the best head wind fairway driver. 

Latitude 64 Gold Line Saint Pro: I use the saint pro for my straight to overstable fairway shots. This disc is great at holding a line and having a nice consistent fade at the end of its flight.

Mid-Range

Dynamic Discs Lucid Justice: This disc in crazy overstable I use it for flare shots both sidearm and backhand. This is wihtout a doubt the most overstable Mid-Range on the market today. 

Innova Champion Roc3: My go to mid-range. Great for soft hyzers and straight shots. This is the mid-range that I use the most. It can be thrown on any line and preform very well. This disc is also great in the wind.

Putt and Approach

Westside discs Soft Harp: This disc is great for approach shots. It is a very predictable overstable approach disc. I use for any approach shot sidearm or backhand that I want to throw a hyzer inside 200 feet.

Latitude 64 Zero Hard Mercy: This is my go to putter for everything from inside the circle to throwing off the tee. I like to keep my bag very simple and the mercy allows me to do that. The mercy is a great putter for any style of putting as well so if I need to throw a spin putt or a pitch putt I can use this disc.

Which bag is he using?

Grip Tour Bag: A great bag for the player that lives on the disc golf course. My old bag was ruining my back due to lack of support and since I play constantly, had to make a change for the better. The Grip bag has a nice contoured fit on your back and has a chest strap for added stability and comfort. Since I switched bags, my back-pain has decreased and stamina increased. I like the versatility of the many pockets on the bag because people seem to use the same pockets for different reasons. It has plenty of space for all my discs and the shape of the compartment keeps them from spilling out even if my bag tips over. I definitely made the right switch for the better. This one is worth checking out!

His advice to up and coming players...

My advice to up and coming players is to always have fun while playing this great game. If you want to improve surround yourself with players that are better than you. Every disc golfer wants to grow the sport and help everyone they can. The best way to do this is by joining the local club. Every local club will have a league night with everyone there I saw a dramatic improvement in my game when I started completing in this weekly league. You can never practice putting too much. The people who throw 100 - 200 putts a day will always have a significant advantage. Lastly play within your own game. If you have a great sidearm or thumber use it.

Chris Brubeck


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Chris began playing in 2009 in the small town of Eagle, CO. He moved to Fort Collins the following Fall and has lived here for 4 years. He picked up disc golf fairly quickly and worked at it every day he could. He began to participate in tournaments shortly after jumped to the pro level in 2012. He is well known among the Colorado disc golfers and recently acquired a sponsorship from DGA at the beginning of the 2014 season.

In his bag...

Distance Drivers

DGA SP Line Hurricane: My main overstable driver. I like it for big hyzers, headwind shots, and forehand as well.

DGA SP Line Rogue: This is a shorter range distance driver. Its good for shots that need more accuracy than my Hurricane and need to land a little softer. Good for anhyzers for both forehand and backhand.

DGA SP Line Tsunami: A very trustworthy disc. It doesn't go as far as a Hurricane, but I can really lay into it and know it will come back. Another good one for spike hyzer backhand throws, thumbers/tomahawk, and forehand skips or hyzers.

Discraft Z Nuke: My understable distance driver. I like it for big anhyzers and tailwind shots. Very good for uphill as well and very fast.

Discraft Z Venom: Another specialty disc. I throw skip shots or a shorter, sharp hyzer with it. My favorite part, though is it is a very good disc to throw a thumber with.

DGA SP Line Undertow: My favorite fairway driver ever. I have a flippy one and a stable one. Both have a very good use. Undertow is a good disc to hit any line and very nice for tunnel shots off the tee.

Mid-Range

Discraft ESP FLX Drone: The most trustworthy midrange there is. Good for everything. You can throw it as hard as you can and it will still come back.

DGA SP Line Aftershock: Great medium speed midrange disc. I like it because it is very predictable and trustworthy. I can flip it a little and it will always come back.

Discraft Elite X Stratus: Utility disc. Used for huge turnover shots, rollers, and tunnel shots that need to land softly.

DGA SP Line Squall: From the minute I threw this disc, I loved it. Squall is a faster midrange and is good for any kind of shot you need. It will go straight, flip, hyzer, and land soft, but get there quickly. If you could only throw one disc for an entire round, this is the one!!

Putt and Approach

DGA SP Line Breaker: Another big hit from DGA. This one is comparable to a slightly less stable zone. Very good predictable hyzers for both forehand and backhand. I like it for the shots in between a putter throw and something shorter than a Drone that needs to come in a little softer.

DGA SP Line Reef: My putter for throwing. Good grip, reliable, great glide, and a decent amount of stability in the SP Line. I like it for all of my upshots in pretty much all situations.

Discraft D Challenger: Good reliable workhorse putter. Not too overstable but just enough to rely on. Consistent flight and grabs the chains well.

Which bag is he using?

Grip Tour Bag: A great bag for the player that lives on the disc golf course. My old bag was ruining my back due to lack of support and since I play constantly, had to make a change for the better. The Grip bag has a nice contoured fit on your back and has a chest strap for added stability and comfort. Since I switched bags, my back-pain has decreased and stamina increased. I like the versatility of the many pockets on the bag because people seem to use the same pockets for different reasons. It has plenty of space for all my discs and the shape of the compartment keeps them from spilling out even if my bag tips over. I definitely made the right switch for the better. This one is worth checking out!

His advice to up and coming players...

My advice to up and coming players is to play all you can, whenever you can, and never get discouraged. You don’t have to be the best in the world, but make sure that when you practice, try to do it in the same manor every time. Practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice will result in better play. Also, putting is the most important thing to get better at. If you putt for at least 15 mins a day every day, you will see a drastic improvement in score. Watch lots of videos, play lots of different people, ask questions, and mold your own unique style based on what you gather from others. No one player has the exact same game. Don’t try and mimic what a great player does. Simply find little bits of their game and find a way to apply it to your own.

KC Terry


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KC is a Fort Collins native who started playing disc golf back in 1993 on the original CSU campus course. He's been playing disc golf professionally since 2006 and has many strong finishes to his name since then. He avoids ace-ing holes at all costs, preferring instead to "park" holes so putting isn't required. Also a fan of snowboarding, music and riding bicycles, he's enjoying his time at the Wright Life and in the vibrant Fort Collins disc golf scene.

In his bag...

Distance Drivers

Innova Champion Destroyer: A great straight flyer for maximum distance drives. Not too overstable so its managable for players with moderate arm speed. I find the Dominator is a disc I can work on all angles: hyzers, anhyzers, or bullet straight lines.

Innova Star Katana: The Katana has a lot of play in its flight, so it is a good one for sky anhyzers or shaping drives out in the open. I've found it to be as fast as any disc I've tried yet. Great for max-distance!

Discmania C-Line PD2: Holy overstable. This thing is almost too much to handle, but is great for a headwind since you can almost guarantee it isn't going to turn over. Good for big spike hyzers and of course, stiff-headwind drives.

Fairway Drivers

Innova Champion Firebird: This is one of two discs in my bag that have been there nearly as long as I've been playing professionally. The Firebird is a great tool for special circumstances: spike hyzers, skip shots and mean headwinds.

Discmania C-Line PD: I like the PD for shorter-length headwind drives, and have found it to be my go to disc for straight, accurate sidearm shots and smooth, pinpoint backhand hyzers. I really like the feel of this disc in the hand too, both for sidearm and backhand shots—it just fits comfortably, which give me added confidence in the shot.

Discmania C-Line FD: I picked this one up hoping it would replace my TL, but it ended up taking the place of the Teebird instead. Great glide, possibly a bit of added speed compared to the Teebird and a really consistent, straight flight path makes this my go-to fairway driver these days.

Innova Special Edition TL: This is the other disc that has been in my bag forever—probably continually since 2002. I haven't found a driver that I can throw as straight for as long as the TL. Perfect for those tough spots where you have to hit an impossibly-tight line to get out of the trees. Also doubles as my main roller disc. Downside: not a very durable plastic, resulting in a short disc-lifespan.

Mid-range

Innova Star Gator: This is the Firebird of my mid-range discs, which means I use it mostly for headwind approaches and unusual shots like short, sharp hyzers around obstacles, shots that need to sink fast, and short skip shots.

Innova Roc3 (Glow and Champion plastics): The Roc3 felt comfortable almost as soon as I put it in my hand. The glow version gives a slight, extra bit of stability. Stable, but not beefy, you can lay into it pretty hard with only minimal flip. It flies a lot like the old CE Rocs after they were broken in for a couple years. Be cautious into a headwind though, as it will turn over slightly with too much power.

Discmania S-Line MD2: I use the MD2 for hitting short tunnel shots or for turnovers. It is easy to turn over and will hold that line till nearly the end of its flight. This also means it can be flipped over too much as well, so it is a disc that requires some finesse, especially with a softer plastic like the S-Line.

Putt and Approach

Innova Champion Rhyno: This is a great choice for slight headwind approach shots, or good, consistent hyzers up to the basket from inside 150'. Once it gets to its destination it drops and stays. Can't argue with consistency.

Discmania C-Line P3: This really is one of the best putters for throwing off the tee. It's remarkably resistant to turn at high-speeds, and not overly stable as it slows down. This makes it pretty easy to throw far and straight without having to manipulate the starting angle or having it turn hard at the end of its flight.

JK Pro Aviar: I like the JK Pro Aviar for medium-long upshots, as it has a slight bit of stability. To keep it from turning over, and a gummy, flexible plastic that helps it stay where it lands. I've stopped throwing it off the tee, as that soft plastic makes for some inconsistency in the release angle.

Discmania P-Line P2 Psycho: I was putting with the standard DX Aviar for many years until recently, but made the change when I got a hold of one of these. The shape is really close to the Aviar, but the plastic is firm and stiff, reducing wobbles in the air and unexpected redirection from the disc bending in your hand before release. I wouldn't recommend this disc to all players, but for those who have developed a solid technique already, it may help to further refine your putt.

Innova Pro Nova: I've been using this one in the cold weather and it is incredibly grippy even on the chilliest days. It still has decent structural integrity, which helps with putting consistency. I need a bit of texture and tackiness with my putts, and most other putter plastics don't provide this in the cold. Who knows, it may even stay in the bag as the weather warms up.

Which bag is he using?

Grip EQ A-Series Tour Bag: I can't say enough how much I like the newest version of the Grip bags, the A-Series. I upgraded to this one last spring from the Revolution Carolina with backsaver straps, and I noticed the difference instantly. The Grip has a way of making that same number of discs feel like half as many. My only criticism is that the storage area is a bit thinner and elongated, so you have to be a bit creative how you pack things in. That being said, there is ample room—probably just as much as my Carolina bag, and maybe more. The high-quality construction makes it well worth the purchase!

His advice to up and coming players...

As they say, "drive for show.. putt for dough". This is true! Spend some time practicing that critical final shot and your scores will improve very fast. Don't think about your technique when playing, only when practicing. It is better to loosen up and let your body do what it has learned during practice. Most of all, have fun! Never forget why you got into the game. And always call people when you find their lost disc on the course!