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HAT Barsby Empire Black #004


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This is a Brand New Gregg Barsby Disc Golf Hat. 1 size fits most. It has the Barsby Empire Logo made popular with his 2018 World Championship.

Whether he would catch a ride to tournaments with local players, or his dad John driving, Gregg worked his way to winning in the advanced division in 2002 by age 15. Poised to move into the open division in the near future, with his skillset continually improving, he made the transition rather quickly.
“I must have played 3 rounds a day on average there for like, 5 years.
It was 23 years ago when his serendipitous disc golf journey began in 1993, riding a bike in condon park at age six. Gregg was also involved with baseball and soccer since age 5, where he was an all-star second baseman in little league. Always being outside and active, this all came to pause in 2001 when Gregg suffered a severely broken left ankle while skateboarding and was on the couch for 6 months. This unfortunate event would mark the moment when he chose to pursue his commitment in sport to disc golfing. The following three years were spent either at school or on the course; “I must have played 3 rounds a day on average there for like, 5 years. (laughs) Living near the park, you throw a lot of disc.”

Fast forward the next three years as many of the good and great players who inspired and mentored Gregg on weekdays would eventually become some of his main competition in the region on the weekends. Winning a number of tournaments and having solid finishes amongst heated competition, Gregg had worked his way to being a contender.

In the years following 2006, Gregg took his talents on the road and began touring full time. He has since attended a number of premier Disc Golf tournaments spread over the United States and eventually treading foot in Scandinavia in 2014. Consistently wowing crowds and hanging around the leaderboard at tournaments throughout the years. With wins each season, he has continued to leave his mark as a competitor, and a player who is progressively in pursuit of playing tremendous golf, continually improving his skill set and compiling more than a few notable course records.

“Eating healthy, and staying hydrated are essential to playing and staying focused on tour.

In 2009 Gregg threw the roller ace that was heard around the world in Santa Cruz on DeLaveaga’s hole #4, in the final round of the Masters Cup. The round which ensued following the ace is now considered one of the most epic rounds in recent disc golf history, eventually defeating local and (at the time) two-time World Champion Nathan Doss in dramatic fashion, with Doss also hitting a hole in one two hours later coming down the stretch. Gregg is a two-time ‘King of the Lake’ in Tahoe Ca, back to back Safari champion at Golden Gate Park SF in ’04 & “05, Alabama state champion in 2010, and 5 Wins at Auburn Open, highlight what is a steadily improving competition resume. Gregg is known not only by his unique style of play, but his charisma and welcoming personality have helped turn the 6 time Nor-cal series champion into a genuine fan favorite worldwide. He can be found chatting it up with the fans, friends and fellow competitors after rounds, embodying the spirit of the game and it’s catchphrase, “Most fun wins”.

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