Sam Ferrans exploded onto the disc golf scene in 1984 when at the tender age of 16 he became the youngest player to ever win a PDGA World Championship. Blessed with an outgoing personality and an enormously strong arm, Sam quickly established WFDF Outdoor Distance and Roller Distance records that held up for years. Most importantly, Sam has established himself as a true ambassador of the sport by ably serving as International Liaison for the Japan Professional Disc Golf Association.
When it comes to disc golf, Steve Wisecup exemplifies the word "professional". For many years, this 1989 World Champion devoted his time to the Dayton, Ohio disc golf community as a course pro, instructor and promoter and even served a stint on the PDGA Board of Directors. Proving himself to be a highly valued partner, Steve also shares titles as the 1991 World Doubles and the 1999 National Doubles champion. Always a tough competitor but a gentleman on the course, Steve was recognized in 1990 as one of disc golf’s role models with the Bob West Memorial Sportsmanship award.
Without a doubt, there is no one more devoted to the sport of disc golf than Tim Selinske. Since 1977, Tim has devoted his professional career to promoting and playing disc sports, first helping Frisbees to fly out of Wham-O and currently serving as the knowledgeable front man for Innova-Champion Discs. Selinske’s expertise in the dynamics of disc flight is a product of his unparalleled distinction as being the only player to participate in every single Disc Golf World Championship — a perfect record.