Steven Waites - Princeton, Indiana

Beginner Tip

Keep your throwing motion simple. Work on the timing early to keep creating bad habits. Reach out to local Pros or go to clinics and support touring pros.

Most Memorable Moment

Teaching disc golf to our local high school. Dads Fore Disc Golf invited me to help them with a clinic.

Disc Golf Goals

Filming, running events, introducing the sport to more people so that the game can keep evolving for the better.

In The Bag


Westside Discs VIP War Horse

When I’m standing on the pad facing a strong headwind. This is the disc I trust. The Westside Discs War Horse is perfect for any hard thrower and even better for the headwinds.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Enforcer

The one I bag has been season really well over the years. It has become a very reliable straight flying discs with that Enforcer finish we all know.

Westside Discs VIP Ice Destiny

I really enjoy the turn this disc has. I’ve been working the new VIP Ice in with the Hybrid Swords.

Westside Discs Hybrid Sword (VIP pictured)

I bag the lightweight Erika Stinchcomb Sword for most of my distance drives. Open areas around the country club make for working this disc on S flight very easy to do.

Westside Discs VIP Ice Bear

I turn to the Bear for wooded holes and anything under 350ft.


Westside Discs VIP Anvil

Everyone should bag the Anvil. It’s like part of the get out of jail free pack in Westside (Harp) being the other.

Westside Discs VIP Pine

Straight flying disc with a trusted finish to the left.


Westside Discs BT Hard Harp

The disc everyone must have! The Harp in any plastic is a solid thrower. I prefer the BT hard because I feel they take a little longer to beat in. I’ve been know to putt with these disc and not just in head winds.

Westside Discs BT Soft Shield

The burst plastic not only looks great but it feels great. The Shield has the perfect depth to the flight plate for being able spin it on long upshots.

Dynamic Discs Classic Hybrid

Putting putter, I’ve always used the Deputy for putting. The hybrids hold that consistent feel and flight on longer putts.