Seth Gennetten - Aberdeen, South Dakota

Beginner Tip

Something I would offer as advice is start out with understable putters and midrange discs when learning correct form. Learn the proper way to throw. There are tons of forums and videos available. Reach out to myself or any other Professional player for questions or advice. We are more than happy to help. This will help you save some headache amd time down the road of having to get rid of bad habits.

Most Memorable Moment

One of my most memorable moments is something I will never forget. I was at the GBO in 2016. I was caddying for my buddy who invited me. There was a back up on the card and up walks my disc golf hero who got me addicted, Nate Doss. I wanted to get an autograph on my hat but he was playing and didn’t want to bother him. Then I ended up seeing him in the parking lot, but I didn’t have a marker. My buddy handed me one and said always have a marker in your bag. Nate very nicely signed my hat and said how much he appreciated it. Most recent memorable moment will be my dream of being on Team Westside. It is literally a dream come true.

Disc Golf Goals

With the most recent accomplishment of becoming a team member to Team Westside, my goal is to further expand the Trilogy brand to players. I am a TD in my local area and I want to run the best tournaments for South Dakota.

In The Bag


Westside Discs Tournament Underworld

For rollers or no effort straight shots

Westside Discs Tournament Hatchet

For a nice flip over hold and fade back to the center

Westside Discs VIP Stag

More power for a nice flip over glide and hold for some distance

Westside Discs Tournament Sampo (VIP pictured)

For my dead straight shots with a little fade

Westside Discs Tournament Longbowman

For straight with a nice hyzer finish great for forehand

Westside Discs VIP Ahti

Overstable wind fighter

Westside Discs Tournament Fortress

My longer distance straight with a nice hyzer finish

Westside Discs Hybrid-X Sword (VIP pictured)

Flip over and hold for a long time then finish for big distance.

Westside Discs Tournament Queen

For the turnover shots with little fade

Westside Discs Tournament World

For turnover shots with a long hold then little finish at the end

Westside Discs VIP-X World

A little more stability than the regular World and a better wind fighter

Westside Discs Elasto World (VIP pictured)

For getting the World flight in heavy headwinds

Westside Discs Tournament Giant

Old run that's flippy and holds the flip but then has a nice fade at the end

Westside Discs Tournament Happy Giant

Little flip with a good fade at the end, great for adding power on a disc and getting distance

Westside Discs Tournament Angry Giant

Very flat and overstable

Westside Discs VIP-X Giant (VIP pictured)

Has that stable Giant flight but fights better in the wind

Westside Discs Tournament Burst War Horse

More stable headwind fighter

Westside Discs VIP War Horse

For power forehand throwers


Westside Discs VIP Anvil

For overstable midrange shots or skip shots

Westside Discs Tournament Bard

For nice stable upshots and wind fighter

Westside Discs Tournament Gatekeeper LG Stamp

For dead straight shots with a little hyzer finish

Westside Discs VIP Warship

For very long fairway distance with a midrange feel

Westside Discs Tournament Tursas

Nice flippy shots that hold the turn

Latitude 64 Opto Bite

Great for turnover shots or touch shots or long putts


Westside Discs BT Hard Swan 1 Reborn

Dead straight putts. It's my main putting putter.

Westside Discs BT Medium Swan 2

Understable upshot thrower

Westside Discs BT Medium Crown

Dead straight up and down throwing putter

Westside Discs BT Medium Shield

Straight with a nice stable finish. One of my favorite putters off the tee.

Westside Discs BT Medium Moonshine Harp (BT Medium pictured)

Throwing and putting putter for windy conditions and overstable shots

Westside Discs BT Soft Harp

Stable forehand and backhand upshots that need to settle without skip