is among the very few who have excelled in two of the most demanding disciplines—freestyle and disc golf, winning multiple world titles in both. Armed with four discs and immense skill, he amazed galleries at six PDGA Worlds, four times on the top card. Tenacious as a competitor, he inspired and challenged other top players to achieve their best. Able to communicate with anyone, he became a disc golf ambassador, teacher, and mentor on three continents. His wildly spontaneous musical, comedic, and artistic talent has made him a legendary figure who truly embodies the spirit of Frisbee. If the most fun does indeed win, Crazy will be forever victorious.
Through her writings and diplomatic PR editing skills, Lynne Warren has portrayed the players and the sport in the best possible light. A co-founder of Disc Golf World News, Lynne played an essential role in fostering communication, connecting people, and recording the sport’s history. Fun loving and vivacious, Lynne is an ambassador for disc golf whose love and genuine care for people and the sport has touched the hearts of many. Lynne’s commitment to teaching others how to improve and enjoy disc golf on a higher level and her dedication to the goal of peaceful and respectful human interaction has made a difference in a most unique and lasting way.
grew up on Toronto Island where he discovered flying disc sports in 1978. By age sixteen, he was the overall Canadian Open Champion. Driven to win, “Sully” was renowned for using superb driving form and power to master a disc golf course. His record includes several Worlds top five finishes, World Doubles titles, and the World Games silver medal. As an athlete and as a successful businessman, he exemplifies professionalism. Michael’s love of the game is reflected in his generous contributions towards disc sports in Ontario. He will always be a great player and friend of disc golf.