Friday, October 18, 2019

The 2020 Tour Schedules - A Sneak Peek At What's To Come

For many players, the announcement of both the PDGA National Tour and the Disc Golf Pro Tour stops is better than Christmas Day. While the events largely remain the same, it never hurts to start planning for next season in advance, and having firm dates and locations months ahead of time works to bring excitement and the ability to make important decisions about the coming year.

We thought we’d take a look at the 2020 schedules and examine them in a bit more detail - there are some new changes this year that many already have mixed feelings about, and ultimately we want to ask the important question: does the coordination of these schedules work to support having more golfers on the road, or is touring full-time still too difficult for many?

Changing Things Up

Year after year, the start of the disc golf season for most is marked by The Las Vegas Challenge, an event that often shows up as part of the NT schedule. In 2020, however, it’s being run as an A-tier and instead, The Memorial, a DGPT event, will be the first seasonal event for some. We don’t see a National Tour event pop up until the end of March with the Texas State Disc Golf Championships, which hasn’t been a part of this circuit since 2014.

The end of the National Tour will also take place somewhere a little off the beaten path and will offer players an immense challenge, particularly after already being on the road for so long. The Music City Open, with a course that measures in at over 13,000 feet, occurs shortly before USDGC. Other stops, including the Beaver State Fling and Glass Blown Open, will remain integral parts of the season, and somewhat newer Pro Tour events like the San Francisco Open and Portland Open will also be seen again in 2020.

Travel Takes Its Toll

Attempting to play disc golf full-time and attend nearly all of the NT and DGPT events is a huge challenge, because not only can you obviously not hold a day job while traversing the country, but the sheer amount of time that you’re away from home is mind-boggling. There’s no doubt that the PDGA and DGPT crews have worked hard to ensure that the 2020 schedules make sense from a logistical standpoint, but we wonder if the stops still make it a bit rough to fully take the plunge into professional play?

For example, the 2020 Texas State Championships will be held from March 27th to 29th with the next huge event a short 130 miles away. Sure, some will fill their time with A-tiers during this 18-day wait before the Jonesboro Open on April 17th, but if that’s not in the cards, is nearly three weeks too much time to kill on the road? Most players can’t or don’t want to go home for that period of time only to come back out again, and yet each day that you’re not on the course trying to earn money, you’re instead burning it by eating out or using gas while sightseeing.

There’s no question that the 2020 tour makes a lot of sense when looking at both the NT and DGPT schedules, but we want to hear your thoughts. What changes could be made to make going on the road even more attractive? Are some events too close together (check out the dates of the MVP Open and Green Mountain), or are things looking pretty manageable? Drop us a comment and share your opinion.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Meet the New Face behind The United States Amateur Match Play Championship: Scott Reek

At Dynamic Discs, we love match play because anything can happen. Players with lower ratings can beat higher-rated players, and the damage from taking a big number on a hole can be limited to just that hole, as it only counts as one hole lost. Each hole in match play is almost like a new match or a new opportunity to compete. The United States Amateur Match Play Championships has brought disc golf match play to the national stage, and today, we're excited to announce that Scott Reek will be taking over the leadership for the USAMPC moving forward!

Scott is no stranger to the disc golf tournament scene, as he has played in over 220 PDGA tournaments, but he brings a wealth of Tournament Director knowledge as well, having directed over 140 PDGA tournaments. Scott's passion for running events is evident as he has run events like the PDGA Masters World Championships, Midwest Amateur Championships, and the Kansas City Wide Open. Reek began playing disc golf in the mid-1990s and ran the Kansas Disc Golf Association before joining the Air Force in 2003. Before moving back to Kansas City, Reek was the President of the Appleton Area Disc Golf Club in Wisconsin, which is one of the most densely populated disc golf scenes. Upon returning to Kansas, Scott took the reins as President of the Kansas City Flying Disc Club. Scott also has history with Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs, as he served as General Manager of the Dynamic Discs Kansas City retail store and is a sponsored player for Latitude 64.

Doug Bjerkaas, the Events Director for Dynamic Discs, is thrilled to bring Scott on board for these events. "The USAMPC is positioned for a ton of growth as Scott Reek takes charge of both the spring and fall editions of the event in 2020! Scott has a great deal of TD experience. He also has the added experience of running local and state match play brackets each of the last two years. He is passionate about match play and has already shared with me some exciting changes to be implemented next year," Bjerkaas shared.

We can't wait to hear about some of the changes and improvements that Scott will make to the USAMPC, and we're thrilled to see it grow. Please join us in welcoming Scott Reek to the Dynamic Discs family!
Monday, October 14, 2019

A Look At Unique Courses - Are They Kitchy Or Can They Offer A Real Challenge?

By and large, the general layout of an 18-hole disc golf course hasn’t changed much in the last handful of years. Even as far back as two decades ago, you could say that the overarching style of play is similar among courses around the world, with the exception of difficulty and natural obstacles, of course. However, as the sport is becoming more and more popular and top players are absolutely shredding these layouts, we’ve seen some changes.

Some course designers have opted to utilize a wide range of objects in order to offer more of a challenge or at least a bit of visual interest if nothing else. Private landowners will sometimes use old cars to spice things up while other elements may not always be by choice, like the reason for hole 12’s fitting name “The Kitchen” at DeLaveaga. But what about when specific elements are intentionally placed, or an event is played at a location that’s not really meant for disc golf at all?

A Fighting Chance

Without getting into too much of a heated debate, one has to look at the last few years of tournament play and wonder if and when the sport is going to make things more difficult. When players can shoot an 18 down like it’s nothing, most would agree that something has to give. You could say that was the motivation for changes to hole 2 at USDGC a few years ago, as five wooden pillars guarded the right side of the basket.

Others argue that holes simply have to be longer in order to offer more of a challenge, but does that really enhance the aesthetic as a whole? Or, is it simply catering to those who can throw a mile so that competitive play seems that much more exciting?

Transforming The Game

Although top tier events have yet to truly shake things up when it comes to course layout, smaller tournaments are opting for more unusual settings. Our very own Bobby Brown and his trusty camera will be heading up to the Old Joliet Prison in Joliet, Illinois for the Inparcerated II - the second annual event that takes place in an abandoned jail!

While we’re not running full tournaments at each of our Stadium events, these special occasions give disc golfers the chance to throw discs in some pretty unlikely places including Broncos Stadium at Mile High and Pocono Raceway. Again, we realize that the sport’s touring players aren’t necessarily coming out to these types of events, but could we start to see unique courses become more mainstream, or are they cheesy at best?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments below about unusual layouts and whether completely changing the type of physical environment is what the sport needs in order to offer more of a challenge, or whether simple changes like wooden pillars will do enough to keep 18 down scores from happening regularly. Could there be room for both, with some alterations catering to more casual players and others geared toward the touring scene? It’s a complex issue and one that we want your opinions on.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Disc Golf Media - Are We Moving The Sport In The Right Direction?

Shortly before 2019's USDGC the event made an announcement detailing media plans the event. We couldn’t help but take a moment to think about how much the sport is changing. Ten years ago, watching disc golf on YouTube was a coveted benefit that players obsessed over, and even farther back in time, it wasn’t uncommon to purchase a DVD that highlighted a huge event during that year.

Now that technology has changed so much, it’s only natural to have much higher expectations when it comes to tournament coverage. However, it seems that with each change or new partnership, there’s a growing number of players who are becoming dissatisfied. Is this a case of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, or are media efforts actually driving a wedge in the sport?

Is Pay-per-view the answer?

You may not know what we’re referencing with regard to the USDGC news, so let’s touch on that first. This year, the tournament crew decided to develop a pay-per-view situation with Fulcrum Media. For $9.99, or $7.99 if you’re a current PDGA member, you could watch lead coverage of rounds 2, 3, and 4. Commentary was provided by Jamie Thomas of SpinTV, Hannah McBeth, and the famous Ken Climo.

For those who aren’t willing to dish out any cash, post-produced coverage of all four rounds was available online, with SpinTV tackling the lead card and Jomez Pro on the chase card. They were shorter Front 9 and Back 9 videos and featured Thomas on commentary for the lead rounds and “BigSexy” once again partnering with Jomez.

Is This Progress?

A quick review of the feedback online after the news was released of this year’s media plan caused many to scratch their heads, wondering if the pay-per-view idea is a step in the right direction or if it’s actually turning people off from watching. Other well-known sports utilize this method in order for fans to watch, however, free versions of shorter coverage aren’t typically an option in these cases. After all, it is a fair question - will that many people want to pay for instant gratification when something very similar will be available for free the next day?

Some would rather put their hard-earned money toward disc purchases to bolster those companies who are helping to grow the sport, while other players are pointing to the previous quality of coverage in years past and are wondering why they would pay for something that they’re expecting to be sub-par. Sure, any change that involves money often brings out the naysayers who think that the fee is simply to line people’s pockets, but putting on a first-class live event requires more time and money than many realize.

The Future Of The Sport

Ultimately, we have to wonder if this step toward pay-per-view coverage is simply irritating to die-hard fans who are used to getting everything for free but could pay off by attracting new viewers to the game. Or, is it a matter of simply trying something new just to see how it goes and players should be a bit more understanding? Did you pay to watch the live USDGC coverage? Was it worth it? Did you opt to not pay to watch live coverage and just waited for the free post-produced coverage? Let us know why you did or did not pay for live coverage?
Friday, October 4, 2019

Dynamic Discs Month In Review - September 2019

Dynamic Discs employees and fans are often asked, “Which of your discs are the most popular?” We tend to think that we know the answers, but some of our ideas may or may not be biased depending on our personal favorites. It’s time to put all that speculation to rest with some COLD, HARD FACTS. It’s time for the Dynamic Discs Month In Review.

Some discs may appear twice or more because of different plastic types. Here are September’s top sellers:

  1. Lucid Raider
  2. VIP-X Chameleon Warship
  3. Opto-X Glimmer Fury
  4. Retro Keystone
  5. Prime Burst Judge
  6. Lucid Vandal
  7. Tournament Gatekeeper
  8. Opto-X Chameleon Explorer
  9. Fuzion Raider
  10. Lucid Air Vandal
  11. Lucid Maverick
  12. Opto Diamond
  13. Prime Judge
  14. Lucid EMAC Truth
  15. Gold Ballista Pro
  16. Prime Burst EMAC Truth
  17. Lucid Felon
  18. Opto River
  19. VIP Hatchet
  20. Lucid Escape

September brings us nearly to the end of Trilogy Challenges, and the Vandal, Gatekeeper, and Keystone will be widely available soon! However, the releases of the much-hyped Lucid Raider and a couple of limited edition discs dethrone the Trilogy Challenge discs for September. The VIP-X Chameleon Warship, Opto-X Glimmer Fury, and Opto-X Chameleon Explorer turned some heads with their unique shifting colors. If you haven’t picked one up, there’s a chance you regret it. You can only fix it by picking one up. The Judge sticks around yet again as the only putter on the list and is joined by the only other stock midrange to make the list every month - the EMAC Truth. Fairway drivers had a great month, claiming 10 of the 20 spots, and the Raider is joined only by the Ballista Pro on the list for September. It seems like September is the month for SENDING IT! You all are probably just waiting for the winter months to work on your short game - we get it. In the meantime, KEEP SENDING IT!

Thanks for joining us in looking at a snapshot of our best sellers. Which discs are you surprised to see off the list? Leave a comment below, and let us know why your favorite disc should make October’s Month in Review!
Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Zoe Andyke: 2018 EDGE/PDGA Educational Award Winner!

If you've been around disc golf for a while, there's a good chance that you've met Zoe Andyke. Of the people that have met Zoe, approximately 100% of them think she is just the best, and all of them are correct. Zoe has an infectious energy and a genuine love for teaching and growing disc golf, so it's no surprise that she was awarded the 2018 EDGE/PDGA Educational Award. Zoe and Dustin Keegan have been hard at work with Universal Play Disc Golf (abbreviated UPlayDG), and it has been incredible to see just how far their hard work is pushing the sport of disc golf.

Zoe has a background in teaching and has been working to teach disc golf since long before UPlayDG existed. The EDGE/PDGA Educational Award was one upon which Andyke set her sights long ago, but she admitted that receiving it for 2018 was quicker than she had anticipated. She was overjoyed at being selected for the award, saying, "Winning this award is by far my BIGGEST accomplishment in my entire disc golf career, and it's my favorite award that I've received. It signifies the community that I have dedicated my life to working hard for recognizes what I'm doing, and it also supports and encourages me to continue with my mission!"

Zoe has multiple victories throughout her PDGA career, but her passion for educating certainly stands out as her priority. One only needs to look at Andyke's schedule to understand exactly how important she believes teaching to be. She gave up the opportunity to play many of the top-tier events in 2019 in favor of teaching at new schools. About their work with UPlayDG, Andyke said, "It's important to the entire sport of disc golf! Bringing new people into our sport, teaching them how to play, and become better directly grows EVERY piece of the disc golf world, from pro all the way down."

Friends of Andyke refer to a speed at which Zoe functions as "Zoe-tron Mode", and that pace seems between absurd to nearly impossible to most. However, if you know her, you know that Andyke has no intention of slowing down. "My future plan for the organization is to continue making tidal waves of difference in the sport by educating hundreds of thousands more people to play and or get involved! [I would love] to win this award again and again, and finish my entire career with that as the focus!" Andyke exclaimed.

If you want to get involved in growing the sport at the youth level, you can visit We are so proud of Zoe, Dustin, and everyone involved at Universal Play Disc Golf!

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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Meet the "Team Team" for Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs

If you've paid attention to Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, or Westside Discs' social media channels, post-produced disc golf channels like JomezPro, Central Coast Disc Golf, or any other media outlets, you're probably familiar with some of the sponsored players from our companies. However, with some recent changes in our organization, we'd like to shine the spotlight on the new people behind our sponsored teams. Let's take a moment to meet our "Team Team."

Our new Dynamic Discs Team Manager is no stranger to disc golf's largest stage, so he can relate to players at all levels. Eric McCabe, 2010 World Champion, is taking over the management of Team Dynamic Discs. Eric has primarily focused on course design over the last several years, and while he'll continue to design courses all over the world, he looks forward to a new responsibility with familiar teammates. When asked what he likes most about his new role, Eric said, "Feeling more connected to them throughout the year. This is the perfect position for me - I’ve been there and know exactly what they expect, want and deserve from my 10+ years on the tour." If you're familiar with Eric from his work on Disc Golf Answer Man, tournament coverage, or you simply know his name because of the EMAC Truth, you know that he has a decorated career in disc golf, but not everyone knows that he's actually a two-time Major Championship winner. "Looking over my career, there are a lot of things I’ve accomplished that I’m proud of. I was honored to be Team Captain for USA during the Presidents Cup, I've designed and installed multiple courses across the country, and I won my first Major Championship victory at the 2008 Players Cup, but winning the World Championships is by far at the top of the list," McCabe said. We are excited about the passion and knowledge that Eric will bring to the table!

The new Latitude 64 and Westside Discs Team Manager has been working with sponsored players from all three companies for the past year-and-a-half, but Brian Shintaku will now focus most of his time on those two teams as McCabe manages Team DD. Brian and his family moved to Emporia in January of 2018, and he began working on the warehouse floor at the Dynamic Discs Distribution Center. Shintaku, or as he is known by his friends and team members, "Tako," was quickly moved into a position with the sponsored teams as he continually showed his undying work ethic and willingness to do any job that needed to be done. It's no surprise that he enjoys working hard for our team members, as he shared that his favorite things about managing the team are "... building and establishing relationships, seeing the positive influence and impact our team members make, and doing my best to help." Tako will continue to compete in some disc golf tournaments throughout the year, but you may have seen him at some bigger events driving the Dynamic Discs RV, caddying for players, and taking Instagram story videos. If you know Brian, you know he has some legendary stories, and his disc golf career highlight is no exception. "My disc golf career highlight might be throwing a sidearm so hard it snapped a PVC pole. It was filmed, and it's on my Instagram (@brianshintalkindiscgolf). Make sure you turn the sound on!" Shintaku says. We look forward to seeing Team Latitude 64 and Westside's continued growth with Brian taking the lead.

After a hiatus from team-related work tasks, we'd like to welcome back Denise Cameron into the role of Team Support Specialist! Denise has served as Latitude 64's Team Manager in previous years while juggling the role of Apparel Buyer for Dynamic Discs. Denise began working at Dynamic Discs in 2014 and was picked up by Latitude 64 as a sponsored player shortly thereafter. As she settles back into a similar role, Denise says she enjoys "...keeping up with team members and hearing about highs and lows as they grow as players." Even having amassed 42 wins since she began playing disc golf tournaments in 2009, Cameron says that a local impact has been her personal disc golf highlight: "After 10 years of competition, I have wins that I am proud of, but overall, the highlight of my disc golf career has been growing the sport through my women's league. Our league grows each year, and seeing the players engage in the community and embrace the sport as they improve and learn is so rewarding." Denise will provide support to Eric and Brian for all things team-related and will be able to take care of team members' questions or needs if Eric or Brian are unavailable. Welcome back, Denise!

You may be thinking to yourself, "That all sounds great for those team members, but how do I become a team member?" If so, you're in luck - each member of our "Team Team" has shared some advice for you. McCabe says, "There is so much that goes into becoming a team member. At DD, it’s not just about how you perform, but how you carry yourself, your social media presence, and if you run clinics, tournaments, or other events. One big part of the decision for me is seeing what you’re doing now - if you're currently pushing our products and throwing our discs." Cameron added, "I look for a combination of a good attitude, adeptness in playing and/or growing the sport, and ability to evolve as a player and/or ambassador. I especially look for people that want to use their sponsorship to give back to the community." Shintaku summed it up nicely, saying, "When looking for potential team members, I look for people who are great ambassadors, approachable, sport influencers, brand influencers, and who stand out amongst their peers. Individuals who run events to support their local scene, improve community awareness, and grow disc golf are good candidates."

We look forward to the future with our Team Team at the helm of all things player sponsorship-related, and we thank you for the support you've already shown them! The future is bright at Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs!
Monday, September 23, 2019

Battling Burnout Toward The End Of The Season

It’s been a hot-button topic in recent years, as more and more studies are conducted around workplace dissatisfaction. While a number of issues could be at play, one of the main reasons that people tend to hate their jobs comes from burnout - that feeling that you’re just spinning your wheels, not getting anywhere, and knowing that you’ve done too much with too little progress to show for it. This condition can make a major impact on your career, but what about when you experience burnout around the things you love to do in your free time?

Many of us may not want to admit it, but despite how much we love the sport of disc golf, burnout happens here too. When an activity that you love and participate in, oftentimes to reduce stress and boost your mood, actually ends up being the source of burnout, is there anything that you can do?

Take A Break

Even disc golf’s top-level professionals have sat out a tournament or two in their career in order to regroup and spend some time recharging their batteries away from the course. If you’re heavily involved in your local disc golf community and find that you’re enjoying it less and less, it might be time to take a step back. Ask for help from others if you’re responsible for specific tasks within a club, or simply take a weekend off to put your feet up instead of throwing a few rounds.

Change Your Scenery

One of the reasons that nearly any activity can lead to burnout is that it becomes too routine and doesn’t provide any sort of challenge or excitement. If you’re guilty of visiting the same two or three courses over and over again and you’ve stuck to a pretty regular routine, try changing things up a bit.

Drive a little farther and explore the new 18-hole layout that you’ve never played before, or try challenging yourself with a putter only round. Instead of playing a full game, spend some time doing fieldwork or dialing in your putt around a practice basket - anything that will break up the schedule you’ve dug yourself into.

Adjust Your Attitude

We all have a passion for disc golf, but sometimes that can translate into taking the sport, and ourselves, a little too seriously. Instead of getting down on yourself for not playing well or treating disc golf as your full-time job, assuming it’s not, infuse some fun into your next round. After all, didn’t we just see a well-known player competing with just six discs in a shopping bag?

Rather than stepping away from disc golf permanently or even taking a longer than necessary hiatus, think about the ways in which you would approach burnout at your workplace and apply it to the sport. Whether you need something new to excite you, extra help with specific tasks, or simply should take the time to reassess your feelings, there’s nothing wrong with some reflection around our hobbies.

Have you ever experienced disc golf burnout? What steps did you take to refresh your love of the sport? Share with us below!
Friday, September 20, 2019

Introducing The Last Disc Golf Product You'll Ever Need To Buy - The Transit Cart

Perhaps you’ve been playing disc golf for a while and your shoulders are begging for a much-needed break from wearing your bag or you’re just starting the sport but want to enjoy the low-impact nature that a round can bring, but one thing is for sure - a disc golf cart sounds like the best thing since sliced bread. A quick search online could potentially dash all of your hopes, however, as you find out that you not only have to buy the cart frame, but need a backpack to put your discs in, and should probably even buy a few extra tires while you’re at it.

Suddenly, the thing that seemed like the answer to your prayers suddenly got really expensive, and you wonder if #cartlife is for you. It’s been a long time coming but we’ve finally given disc golfers what they’ve been looking for with our brand new Transit Cart. You don’t have to give up the idea of using a cart, especially if finances are tight, with this beauty!

Our First Independent Cart

The crew at Dynamic Discs have long been fans of using carts during a round - they save your back, they often offer a built-in seat, and are functional enough to use for both casual and competitive play. It was only a matter of time before something like the Transit Cart came into fruition, but what exactly makes it so special?

The Transit Cart offers a Z√úCA frame that supports up to 300 pounds along with a bag built right in. It can hold up to 25 discs with ease, plus the extra storage space on the bottom can act as another section for plastic if you need to bring tons with you. The bag is made from water-resistant polyester and removes easily if you need to hand wash it and includes a large zippered front pocket to store your keys, phone, scorecards, and more.

Built To Last

A huge issue that people often have with disc golf carts, aside from having to purchase a bag if they don’t already have one, is the fact that tires can go flat at the least convenient of times. The Transit Cart solves that problem with all-season tubeless foam performance tires that roll right over rocks, through the snow, and over the roughest terrain you can imagine. If needed, the wheels remove very easily for storage purposes but keep in mind that the cart doesn’t currently meet FAA specifications for carry-on baggage.

If you’ve been on the fence about transitioning from a bag to a cart and aren’t sure if you want to make the investment, the Transit Cart is by far the best bang for your buck. Everything you need retails for one price of $249 and is designed to last you for years. This item has just been released as of September 18th, so make sure you head over to the Dynamic Discs website and place an order soon.

Want to see the Transit Cart in its full glory? You can watch Anthony do a full unboxing here!
Wednesday, September 11, 2019

New Marketing Director at Dynamic Discs

As you all have heard time and time again, at Dynamic Discs, we are always working on something! Today, that “something” is a shift in personnel and roles. Since the beginning of Dynamic Discs, we have largely handled our marketing by committee - multiple people have completed marketing pieces while simultaneously completing their full-time assigned job responsibilities. I have felt the need to consolidate Dynamic Discs’ marketing efforts for some time so that all employees are able to focus more of their time on their specific roles - Bobby can focus on media, Clay can focus on technology, Kris can focus on product development, Jamie can focus on sales… the list goes on and on. I’m happy to say that Dynamic Discs will be filling this role today.

Moving forward, Robert McCall will be transitioning to a brand new role for Dynamic Discs as the Marketing Director. Robert has loved serving as Team Manager and Team Director for the last two-and-a-half years, but he is thrilled to take on these new responsibilities and new challenges! This new role also gives Robert new availability for media responsibilities such as live and post-produced commentary and some potential new projects.

As Robert moves away from his team role, I am also thrilled to announce a change in Team Management for the sponsored teams of Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs along with an exciting new structure. Brian Shintaku will continue in his role as Team Manager, but he will now manage Team Latitude 64 and Team Westside. Brian has worked with the three teams for the last 18 months, and if you know Tako, you know that we’re excited for him to continue with a new focus on Latitude 64 and Westside!

Team Dynamic Discs’ new Team Manager is a familiar face and knows the history of Dynamic Discs as well or better than anyone: Eric McCabe. Eric has been with Dynamic Discs since the beginning and has worked in several different capacities at Dynamic Discs, most recently as World Champion Course Designer. Eric is excited to assist Dynamic Discs’ sponsored players and has firsthand experience performing the tasks and achieving the goals of every level of sponsorship, including the highest level of competition. He is looking forward to working more closely with the team while continuing to install championship-level courses all over the world!

After a brief time away from team-related responsibilities, I’m also excited to welcome Denise Cameron back as Team Support Specialist. Denise has previously worked as Latitude 64’s Team Manager, so she is extremely familiar with team processes and needs. While Eric, Brian, and Denise will have some team-specific responsibilities, we are confident that any of these three will be able to take care of any team member’s needs at any time, regardless of the team they represent.

Dynamic Discs is looking forward to the future of these new roles for our employees. Please join us in welcoming them to their new positions!