is an icon of disc golf and one of the strongest overall competitors in flying disc sports of all time.
His powerful and accurate sidearm throw is widely acknowledged as one of the best the sport has ever seen. He was one of the top players at the emergence of organized disc golf competition.
He pioneered the growth of disc golf across Canada and served as TD of the 1987 PDGA Pro Worlds in Toronto. Many Canadian players trace their introduction to disc golf to being mentored by Ken.
His contributions are a huge part of the foundation of our sport.
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