Cory Casalina - Smyrna, Tennessee

Beginner Tip

Just keep getting out there and play. Don’t give up when you can’t throw as far as your friend. Concentrate on throwing putters and learning how to putt. Throwing putters will help you figure out how to throw the higher speeds, and if you’re a good putter, then it’ll save you strokes on the course!

Most Memorable Moment

Playing in my first Am Worlds in Kalamazoo, MI is always a great memory, but the most memorable would be when I lost in a playoff at my second AM Worlds in Madison, WI. I came up just short of being a World Champion, but took away the lesson of not giving up and to keep practicing.

Disc Golf Career Goals

I’d like to one day be a World Champ!

In The Bag


Dynamic Discs Lucid Air Trespass

My go-to distance driver that has the consistent fade.

Latitude 64 Opto Air Halo

Another distance driver that has been in my bag since I started. It has more turn than my Trespass, but still gives me reliable fade.

Westside Discs VIP Air World

My straightest distance driver. Also use it for my sidearm throws.

Westside Discs VIP Giant

My most overstable distance driver.

Dynamic Discs Lucid Escape

Straight and narrow shots that I can get to land flat.

Dynamic Discs Fuzion Convict

Similar to my Escape, but with more fade at the end.


Westside Discs VIP Anvil

My most overstable midrange.

Latitude 64 Opto Anchor

Overstable, but I get a longer glide than the Anvil.

Latitude 64 Opto Core

My favorite midrange!

Westside Discs VIP Tursas

Understable disc that is great for turnover shots.


Latitude 64 Reprocessed Mercy

Very straight throwing putter.

Westside Discs BT Hard Harp

Overstable throwing putt and approach disc. Mainly use it for upshots.

Latitude 64 Zero Medium Mercy

One of my oldest discs in my bag and I use it for those understable putter shots.

Latitude 64 Zero Hard Mercy

My primary putting putters. I like them because they have smaller rim and they don't have a bead. Very straight.