Brian Miller



Home Course:

Shoaff Park

Home Town:

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Favorite Course:

The Toboggan

Beginner Tip

Always try to have fun while playing and learning the game. Rather than just going to the park to play rounds, go there and practice shots. Try many different shots from many different lies. Take the tougher shot out of the ordinary routes to the green. This will help you in the future as your array of shots continues to grow. Introduce a friend to the game and learn together.

Most Memorable Moment

Meeting my future wife at the Glass Blown Open a few years ago.

What Separates Team Dynamic Discs?

There are a lot of great players in the sport of Disc Golf. I believe what separates the Team Dynamic Discs guys from the rest of the bunch is how close-knit we are. Everyone involved with Dynamic Discs makes me feel at home, no matter where I am. Also, the company goes out of their way to make sure that I get whatever equipment, plastic, clothing, etc. that I need to compete. I consider everyone involved with Dynamic Discs a great friend and always look forward to hanging out with them!

In The Bag


Westside Discs Tournament Giant

Long range stable drives or longer drives into a headwind.

Dynamic Discs Fuzion Enforcer

Shots similar to how I throw a Felon, but with more distance.

Latitude 64 Snow Ballista

Long range drives with a straighter flight path.

Dynamic Discs Fuzion Defender

When I normally would throw my Enforcer but need a little more distance with similar stability.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Trespass

Great for long range drives with no wind or a tail wind. Follows the "S" pattern very well. Also for longer wooded fairway shots and forehand turnover "out" shots.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Escape

Great straight fairway driver. When thrown hard with a slight hyzer, this disc flips up and goes very straight for a long way!

Dynamic Discs Lucid Felon

High wind shots and shorter extreme hyzers.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Criminal

When I want even more stability than a Felon offers.


Dynamic Discs Lucid EMAC Truth

I throw this when a midrange is necessary, knowing that I can count on it to hold a line when I throw it hard.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Truth

For straight fairway shots when only 225'-325' is needed. Also for slight anhyzer shots.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Suspect

When a slightly more stable shot is required rather than throw the Truth. Better for straight headwind shots too.


Dynamic Discs Classic Blend Judge

My putter. I also use these as a thrower in the woods when there isn't much wind and the shot is straight and 225' or less.