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Jackson Sullivan 2018-07-26T00:33:06+00:00
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Jackson Sullivan always seems to have the time of his life on the disc golf course no matter what his scores look like, but don’t let that fool you, he’ll shred on the course and secure a tournament win without thinking twice. Sullivan’s happy-go-lucky attitude makes him a pleasure to play with, and he loves the sport so much that it’s present in both his professional and personal life.

Year Born: 1988

PDGA rating: 1012 (as of 13-Mar-2018)

Based In: Auckland, New Zealand

Career Highlights: 3 first place wins in 2017, including the Australian Disc Golf Championships

Career Wins: 5 tournament wins across 5 years in the PDGA

Favorite Disc: RPM Tui – Atomic plastic

In The Bag:

  • Innova McPro Aviar
  • Ruru – Cosmic Plastic
  • Tui – Atomic Plastic
  • Kea – Atomic Plastic
  • Kea – Magma Plastic
  • Innova Champion Roc3x
  • Piwakawaka – Atomic Plastic
  • Innova Avery Jenkins 2013 tour series Star Teebird
  • Latitude 64 Gold Line Saint Pro
  • Innova Champion Firebird
  • Kahu – Atomic Plastic
  • Kahu OS – Atomic Plastic
  • Kahu XG – Atomic Plastic
  • Discmania C-Line PD2

Goals:
To grow the sport whenever possible and to push myself to become a better player.

Advice:
Get in the field and practice as much as you can. It will teach you more about your discs than any hole will. And also remember to carry the confident, relaxed feeling from the fun rounds you have with mates into your tournament game – it will help save strokes on the course.

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