Meet the tallest female disc golfer in the world, at 6’4″ (1,93m) tall.
I’m a year-round competitive disc golf player, podcast co-host and segment contributor on The Ladies of the Chains women’s disc golf podcast, YouTube commentator, video producer, and when I can find the time, a stinky pond diver, returning lost discs to grateful owners!
Check out my YouTube channel here: YouTube channel.
I keep a public archive of Coach Nova’s Red-Hot Tip-Top Tips (as featured on the Ladies of the Chains Podcast) here: CNRHTTT archive.
I’m a life-long athlete, and have always been involved in some organized competitive sport or another, including baseball and softball, basketball, soccer, track (mile and two mile), cross-country running (5k), fencing (where I learned to be a coach), road running, USMS swimming, and tennis.
Most recently I set aside competitive tennis playing and started playing disc golf in the spring of 2015. By that November I had already gone pro, solely motivated by the desire to compete in Pro Masters Worlds the following summer in nearby Emporia, Kansas.
From the start, previously-learned athletic skills paid big dividends in disc golf. I hit the ground running, already fit, and armed with a good understanding of graceful and explosive footwork, the backhand throwing motion, and the importance of following through.
- PUTTING PUTTER: Electron Anode
- THROWING PUTTER: Neutron Particle (mostly), also Neutron Proxy, and Neutron Anode.
- MIDRANGE: Neutron and Electron Matrix
- FAIRWAY: Proton Crave, Neutron Servo, Neutron Resistor
- DRIVER: Neutron Trace
- ROLLER: Plasma Catalyst
- YOLO MAXIMUM YEET DRIVER: Plasma Octane
- OTHER GREAT DISCS: Deflector, Lift, Fireball, Tesla
Backhand, Forehand, Roller, Thumber
Year Started in Disc Golf
Year Started Throwing GYRO
Max Golf Distance (ft)
Max Field Distance (ft)
Waterworks, Kansas City, Mo.
Glass Blown Open
US 14 (EUR 46.5, 30.5 cm)