/Alex Geisinger Dude Ambassador
Alex Geisinger Dude Ambassador2018-08-15T20:39:12+00:00
Dude Clothing Alex Geisinger Ambassador

You may know Alex Geisinger from the cannon of an arm or from his domination of tournaments in the Minneapolis scene. This guy could tour with the best players in the world but for the time being, has chosen to look after his family and develop his game in the wealth of courses around the Twin Cities area. We’re absolutely positive that we’ll be seeing more and more of Alex on YouTube clips from events across the US in the future. Make sure to check out the links at the end of this information to give Alex Geisinger a follow on other social media (check out his Instagram if you’re a disc fiend).


PDGA RATING: 1028 (as of 12-Dec-2017)

BASED IN: Rosemount, MN

2x US distance champion (2015,2017)
2x Minnesota Majestic Champion (2014,2015)

CAREER WINS: 8 A-tier tournaments wins (2013-2017)

Favorite Disc: Champion Firebird, one of the best discs of all time, it’s predictable speed and stability make it one of a kind


  • Discmania C-line PD2
  • Destroyer
  • Wraith
  • Shryke
  • Firebird
  • Thunderbird
  • Teebird
  • TL3
  • Millennium QJLS
  • Millennium Ghost recon mortar
  • Roc3x
  • Roc3
  • Mako3
  • Atlas
  • Kc whale
  • Kc Pro Aviar
  • Discmania D- line p1x
  • Classic Aviar
  • Star rat

My goals for the 2018 season are to do what I can to grow disc golf in the community. Also hoping to continue shaping my game for the years to come.

Always try to have fun on the course as this is a major mental game. If your mood is bad you will notice it on the scorecard. It’s a hard thing to focus on in the middle of your round when things aren’t going well but if you can keep a positive mood it might help save some strokes.


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Dude Clothing Playing Cards Clubs 2 Don WilchekDon Wilchek joined the disc golf competition in the late 70’s and early 80’s. He is known for his thumber roller and became the most consistent and “winningest” player of the sport. He became a board member, co-tournament director, and course designer in the 2002 Huston PDGA Worlds. He humbly represented disc golf in a friendly, positive way and inspired new players to become avid disc golfers.

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