My name is Stu.
I'm a professional freelance photographer. More importantly, I'm one of the legions of players that have discovered and fallen in love with Disc golf in recent years.
the sport is at a unique place in it's history. Disc golf is adding players, by many accounts, at a rate of 10-20% a year, and it deserves to.
IN THE SUMMER OF 2013, I learned that the PDGA world championships were coming to Portland.
I wanted to be a part of it. I wanted to celebrate disc golf with like-minded players. I wanted to meet the best players in the world.
I attended 2014 worlds and started taking pictures.
I started posting photos and asking people to check them out, one by one, because I was so excited to share them, and the sport of disc golf, with anyone I could.
I started getting re-tweeted, re-grammed, and shared on Facebook. By the end of that first tournament, I had added 2,000 Facebook followers. I was featured on All things disc golf, The disc golf guy, and more.
When my disc golf heroes started following me on Twitter and Instagram, I couldn’t have been more prouD.
I put together a trip to USDGC in the fall, and had a similarly successful and inspiring experience.
I shot casual rounds and small local tournaments, and fell in love with disc golf culture nationwide.
I desperately wanted to find a way to continue to showcase disc golf culture from my perspective as a fan of the sport and it's players, at every level, worldwide. I wanted to start a disc golf photo journal.
is the result.
The spirit of the game
2014 pdga world championships
2014 United states disc golf championship
PLease share, order, and enjoy.
dreams come true.