Nathan Sexton

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Nathan Sexton
— Disc Golfer —
Career

Nathan Sexton is an American professional disc golfer currently sponsored by Innova Champion Discs. [1] Among his most notable accomplishments are his 2003 Junior I Boys PDGA World Championship[1] and his 2017 United States Disc Golf Championship win, which is his first PDGA Major title as a professional.[2] He registered as a professional with the PDGA [2] in 2004 and has since competed for several World Championship titles:

2007 World Championships 2008 World Championships 2009 World Championships
34th place 29th place 5th place

He is originally from Corvallis, Oregon and currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina.

Equipment[edit]

Sexton is sponsored by Innova Champion Discs. He commonly carries the following discs in competition:[3][4]

Drivers

  • Destroyer (Star)
  • Excaliber (Star)
  • Wraith (Star)
  • Sidewinder (Star)
  • Thunderbird (Champion)
  • Sexton Firebird (Glow Champion)
  • PFN Orc (Champion)
  • Teebird (Star)
  • Teebird3 (Metal Flake)
  • Leopard3 (Star)

Midranges

  • Roc (KC Pro)
  • Roc3 (Metal Flake)
  • Mortar (Hyzerbomb, Frontline X)
  • Mako3 (Star)

Putters

  • Dart (R-Pro)
  • Aviar (DX)
  • P2 (Discmania, P-Line)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2003 PDGA Junior Disc Golf World Championships". Professional Disc Golf Association. Retrieved 2017-10-09. 
  2. ^ Hill, Steve (2017-10-09). "Unbreakable | Ultiworld Disc Golf". Ultiworld Disc Golf. Retrieved 2017-10-09. 
  3. ^ "Nate Sexton - Innova Disc Golf". www.innovadiscs.com. Retrieved 2017-09-20. 
  4. ^ The SpinTV (2017-06-06), In My Bag with Nate Sexton - Team Innova, retrieved 2017-09-20