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Local Legend – John Kirkland on Disc Golf

Posted in Player Profiles with tags , , on May 21, 2014 by morleyfieldsd

7863229_origNice article from the San Diego Reader about local legend and “Disc Golf Hall of Famer” John Kirkland
PDGA #100
Read HERE.

Morley Player Profile: Jeremy Reynolds

Posted in Player Profiles on April 28, 2014 by morleyfieldsd

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PDGA#: 62041
Division: Rec, but as I get better I will move up divisions as time goes by

Began Playing Disc Golf?:
I started playing in 2012. My friend Brian Duran took me to Sun Valley Golf Course to show me the sport to me. It was brand new to me. I have never heard of the sport ever. I played with some discs he gave me because I didn’t have any discs of my own. I think I did alright that day. And after that I got a bag and some discs, since then I play as much as possible and play in as many tournaments as I can. I usually play 1-2 times a week now. He showed me how to play the sport and now I can not get enough of it. I am so excited to go to the course and throw plastic. My usual courses I go to are; Sun Valley, Morley Field, and Kit Carson Disc Golf course.

First Disc?:
My first disc that was given to me was a tsunami-170. But really my first disc that I call my own, because I feel that my first disc was the disc that I bought first. And that disc was a Vector Eclipse Glow Proton-180.

Favorite Hole at Morley and Why?:
I would probably say my favorite hole at Morley Field would be hole 6. I love how hole 14 is a blind throw from the top of the hill. It helps me with aiming and consistency to a blind basket.

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Morley Player Profile: Carlo Pelg

Posted in Player Profiles with tags , , on February 22, 2014 by morleyfieldsd

Carlo Pelg
PDGA#: 16824

Division: Open

Began Playing Disc Golf:carlo
I began playing this game in 1997. In 1998 I found out about tournaments and began to play monthlies at Morley. In October of 1999 I decided to play my first ever PDGS event. It was the SoCal Championships at La Mirada, Intermediate division and took 5th. The following year I decided to play Advance and took first at the Wintertime open in Pasadena. In 2001 I challenged myself and started playing n the pro division and never looked back, winning the 2001 PDGA rookie of the year.

Favorite Disc Golf Websites: and

First Disc?:
Believe it or not my first ever disc was a DX Raven. My first ever Ace disc was a DX Banchee. Hole 1b

Favorite Hole at Morley and Why?:
Its gotta be hole 5. Only because of the ohhhs and awwws from the back up of people that are watching the disc fly that far.

Morley Field Aces?:
I have approximately 75 aces at Morley.

Favorite Disc and Why?:
Z Predator from Discraft. Fast overstable driver that delivers consistent predictability. Dont ever leave the house without it.

Favorite Driver and Why?:
Thats a hard question to answer, but Ill try by saying Z Nuke, Z Predator, Z Surge, ZPro D Challenger. Thanks Discraft!

Favorite Midrange and Why?:
Z Wasp and Z Buzz and The Ti Drone. Because they’re awesome.

Favorite Putter and Why?:
Gotta be the Pro D Challenger. Been using this Disc since 2003 and have never looked at any other putter since.

Whats In My Bag?: carlo
Z Predator 174g
Z Nuke 174g
Z Wasp 178g
Z Buzzz 178g
Ti Drone 176g
Z Surge 174g
3 Pro D Challengers
Z Force 174g
Photon Glo Stratus 177g
Z nuke OS 174g.
All discs made by Discraft.

Tourney Wins or Top Finishes?:
2000 Wintertime Open Advanced Champion
2001 Whittier Open Champion
2001 PDGA Worlds 21st. First ever worlds!
2002 PDGA Worlds 24th. Second Worlds event
2004 Pdga Worlds 13th.T hird worlds event
3x Emerald Isle Champion….in a row
Back to back Huntington Beach Champion
El Dorado Champ 2008
2009 Socal Champion
2012 Morley Field Course Champ

Favorite Pro Player?:
Ken Climo. 12x Open Champion. The Michael Jordan of disc golf. Need I say anymore?

Tips for newer players and players looking to improve:
Remember you can copy the style, you can copy the format, but you got to earn that respect. With thats being said, watch Youtube!

Player Profile: Jason Erik Tydingco “JET”

Posted in Player Profiles with tags , on February 10, 2014 by morleyfieldsd

Jason Erik Tydingco “JET”
PDGA#: 56202
Division: Advanced

Began Playing Disc Golf?: 1001019_10203426245206178_1023452184_n
18 February 2012. My cousin Jose Duran invited me to play “disc golf” at morley field. I had never heard of disc golf before, and had no idea what he was talking about. Jose explained the game real quick, and I laughed in his face and made fun of him… Disc golf sounded like a girly sport and a waste of time. After playing holes 1-5 at Morley I went to the shop and bought 5 discs! I have been hooked ever since!

First Disc?:
I bought 5 discs my very first time ever playing… Angel Garcia was working the shop and I asked him what I should buy.
Angel sold me – DX ROC, Star Dart, KC Pro 12X ROC (still have it), Champion Roadrunner, Champion Mamba. Thanks Angel! hahaha

Favorite Hole at Morley and Why?: 
My favorite hole at Morley has to be hole 1. Doesn’t matter the pin position I just like hanging out before rounds, after rounds etc. and watching other people approach the hole. When I was a newbie at the course I didn’t know much about the game or disc selection. I would hang out at Hole 1’s bench and try to link up with good players or groups of players to learn more about the game. I’ve had the privilege to shoot rounds with sponsored players, knowledgeable players, players that ran their mouths too much until my score at the end of the round shut them up!… LOL…

Morley Field Aces?:
My one and only Ace is 9C… My little brother was there to see it. It was with a MVP Axis 180g, it was a straight laserbeam shot, clipped a tree branch, hit a tree to the right bounced hard left, hit another tree and kicked right into the cage! It was ridiculous!

Favorite Disc and Why?:
11X Firebird 175g
I always have two of them in my bag. I love the feel of the 11x plastic, and the firebird just does exactly what I want it to do! Plus, I throw a mean thumber and the 11x plastic seems to hold up better than the 12x plastic.

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Player Profile: Tyler Tremelling

Posted in Player Profiles with tags on February 4, 2014 by morleyfieldsd

1897801_10203426280367057_1168387510_nName: Tyler Tremelling

Favorite Disc Golf Websites?:
http://Discgolfvalues,innovafactorystore (whenitworks) and Facebook

Began Playing Disc Golf?:
New years day 2009 with a work group

PDGA#: 57406

Division: Open

First Disc?:
Champion Teebird

Favorite Hole at Morley and Why?:
17 so many trees on such a short hole.!!

Morley Field Aces?: 17

Favorite Disc and Why?:
The 11x Firebird has always done me right. Loves the basket.!!

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Player Profile: Adam C Aguilera

Posted in Player Profiles with tags on January 22, 2014 by morleyfieldsd

Name: Adam C Aguilera


Began Playing Disc Golf?:
I began playing disc golf at the ripe old age of 8 years old. My uncle Frank Aguilera used to run the pro shop at Oak Grove (1984 or 5ish) and I would go out with him and all his buddies (Zimmerman Stokley, Sheldon, the Lissamens and the likes, I even remember a very young Steve Rico). Watching these titans of the old school was very motivating. I remember a wintertime open tournament sponsored by BUD LITE!!! So I played recreationally (or scarcely) until moving to north park about three minutes by skateboard from Morley. Then I started playing seriously. Motivated by the Jarvis twins and Micah Dorius until I believe 1999 Spring Fling at Morley placed 3rd Am. Won my first PDGA contest where I retired for a decade due to being a young and arrogant poor sport. Fast forward 2009 I am back and now a little more mature with a renewed passion and love for the sport.

PDGA#: 38257

Division: Open

First Disc?:
This a tuff one. First disc for golf had to be a Midnight Flyer. The Aero Driver was my first driver.

Favorite Hole at Morley and Why?:
My favorite hole at Morley has to be a tie between 5, 6, and 7 all long. Or pro tee 8 any of the longs.

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Morley Player Profile: Glenn Swanson

Posted in Player Profiles with tags on May 14, 2013 by morleyfieldsd

Name: Glenn Swanson

PDGA#: n/a

Division: Pro. But only by default. I learn more by getting beat down by the prosfacebook_632337114

Began Playing Disc Golf: tender age of ten (officially; I’m sure my dad took me out before then) I have a picture of myself throwing on hole 8 and it has a 1993 date on the back.

First Disc: The Viper. I loved that thing. My dad let me use it because it was already beat to mush

Favorite Hole at Morley (and why?): 7 long.  Being a lefty with a little power, I’m able to ride the valley and give myself an opportunity for birdie sometimes. Also I love to watch righties fumble with all the discs In their bag because they cant figure out the best line to the basket.

Morley Field Aces: 4c, 8b w/snapper, 11a, 13c twice, 15a

Favorite Disc (and why?): my 150g esp flick. I know that when I throw that disc it will be two things: fast and entertaining.

Favorite Driver (and why?): my boss.  It’s fast, stable, predictable, and when thrown properly, will go as far as I need it to.

Favorite Midrange (and why?): my Crystal z Buzz. Tacky, easy to grip, and easy to control. Even for a bum like me.

Favorite Putter (and why?): JK pro-x. Soft, stable, and seems to like the chains if and when it hits ’em. I’ve got a moldy Orange one I throw to this day.. ..maybe it’s time for a new one.  Maybe.

In My Bag: mostly max weight: star boss, champ destroyer, esp flick, first run nuke, Buzz, 12x firebird for long overhands, nuke os for forehand, star Roc for my less stable endeavors, also a second or third run ce valkyrie for my long and straight drives

Tourney Top 5 finishes (not necessarily from Morley): 3rd @ monthly (open), 1st @ monthly (adv), 2nd @ spring fling(ma1), I think I finished 4th or 5th at an ace race too if that counts :)

Favorite Disc Golf Website: probably my new-found love dollar disc golf auctions on Facebook. There’s a lot of great plastic and some very knowledgeable folks.  My fiance gets mad at me because I’m on it all night.

Favorite Pro Player:  not really sure on that one

Tips for newer players and players looking to improve: find a friend and play as much as you can. Pick the brains of those around the pro shop. Also, don’t go for so many putts outside your comfort zone. I see a lot of scores inflate because people are trying to sink 60 footers instead of taking par.  Those birds will come in due time.


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