Meet the Bomb Squad
These players and ambassadors all have one thing in common:
Positivity on and off the course and a charity spirit, giving back to the disc golf community
and far beyond! Bomber Disc Golf thanks you for being amazing!
Mike Berry - Team Captain
I am proud to own Bomber Disc Golf and help grow this amazing sport over the last 20 years.
I have volunteered at many events including the LVC and OTB Open, but my favorite event is the Junior Jam, a free event for kids run by my son, Parker Berry. We have taken it to a different course every year, and just seeing young players' eyes light up with determination and excitement is epic.
I also love to cook, design things and spend time with my family.
Find me on the course or message me here. Keep 'em flying!
Chad Inman - Team Manager
I started playing disc golf in college back in 2003 and have been hooked ever since.
I noticed on weekend road trips that most courses on the PDGA website had no photos if the courses or videos so I started up loading photos and doing virtual video course walk throughs.
PDGA kept me on as their course media guy, and DGA and I linked up. I became a design influencer and basket sales rep helping courses get installed or upgraded with new equipment.
Mike and I clicked over our love of challenging courses, my exotic spicy peppers and his custom laser art.
We are working hard to bring you some great things this year. Can you handle the heat?
I am the longest running Team DGA member and most refer to me as “Team Mom.” Not only do I love to compete at the pro level, but I usually run multiple tournaments a year, including junior events.
I am on the board for “Poppy Series,” a California based women’s only series and I love to try to get more women playing our incredible sport.
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I started playing disc golf in the 80's when we only had Wham-O frisbees. Took a big break until about 2012 when I joined the Ladies league.
The thing I love most about disc golf is the people and challenging myself to throw further and more accurately. I love meeting new people, walking the course and
the sound of the chains. I am 66 years old and this sport still allows me to enjoy it.
Disc golf is one of the greatest activities, and though largely undiscovered for many years, the vast majority of those who discover our beloved sport find the love at first flight. My family introduced me young; I remember throwing a somewhat see-through blue disc, 129 grams with a Discovering the World stamp.
Later, I would build my ‘arsenal’, as my dad called it, my primary driver being a Whippet, which I would throw on anheyser ‘S’ lines down tunnel fairways to maximize distance. We went everywhere within range on the map and held family tournaments with the names of winning team members engraved each year on a traveling trophy. Disc golf really is family to me, not only for all of rounds played with family, but beyond that for all of the time spent with my disc golf family. We all love the sport and the time spent with good friends. How great it is to take flight with good company in beautiful and interesting places faced with the great dual challenge of course and self. I see that line, I want to hit that line! Playing great is awesome, but, regardless of whether you succeed, what matters most is really not the success.
I've been playing disc golf off and on for about 20 years. I joined a couple clubs and started playing competitively 2 years ago.
What a wild ride its been! I enjoy volunteering when I can whether it be course maintenance or helping at a tournament.
I love that the sport is blowing up and I'm excited to see where it goes!
Falling in love with the sport and the disc golf community, I saw a need to grow the women’s side of the sport. I used my business background to found the Lakeshore Ladies Disc Golf Corporation in 2021, a 501c3 nonprofit to serve and grow women in disc golf in Northeastern Wisconsin.
For 2023, I look forward to continuing to run year-round weekly women’s leagues across two counties, elevating my Spring Fling Women’s Open tournament to a B-tier event, and making a three-peat run at the Wisconsin Disc Golf Tour Championship title.
My goal for 2023 is get to 965 rated, play Masters worlds, and turn pro by the the end of July
I also plan to play at least 25 tournaments and get the backhand to 475’!
I'm Taylor and I was originally introduced to disc golf by my dad. I really found my love for the game and the community when I got involved with a local club in 2018. Since then I've been hooked playing in tournaments and with friends whenever I can. I have played at over 130 unique courses and I can't wait for my next round!
I got hooked on disc golf in 2021 and since then my main goal is to just have fun! The disc golf community has been incredibly welcoming and this year I am hoping to encourage more women to be involved in the sport. You can catch Taylor, our dog, and I playing a lunchtime round at Reichmuth park in Sacramento almost every day!
For 2023, I want to win multiple tournaments, start a mobile pro shop, play 15+ new courses, be a great ambassador to disc golf and help the sport grow, run a few tournaments at TD and expand my putting so that I am making 90% of my putts that are inside 35’.
Scott "Bizzle" Badovick
A NorCal scene veteran of 20 years and a top pro out of Golden Gate Park. I’m looking forward to the 2023 season and the new Masters Pro Tour, I’ll be participating in the California stop, Tim Selinske, Milo McIver in Estacada, and hopefully Masters worlds in Phoenix. Some of my favorite local Tournaments that you’ll see me at are Masters Cup, San Francisco Safari and OTB Open
My goals for the 2023 season are to represent team bomber and help grow the sport through teaching and mentoring other golfers. This year I’m really looking forward to playing in more PDGA events, volunteering to help some other tournaments, as well as keep running weekly doubles at Pioneer Park DGC.
In 2023, I'm looking forward to more tournaments; kicking off the year with This Dubs for Thee with my buddy, Jason. I'm hoping to develop a spin putt and work on my forehand drives.
I'll continue to TD the NDGC Glow League and I hope to give back to the disc golf community that has given me so much. I'm honored to be a part of the 2023 Bomb Squad!
I am 32 and have been playing disc golf for about 15 years but started taking it serious for the last 2 years. My goals are to get my rating around 950 and play in the OTB in Stockton, Ca!
Goals for 2023 are to have some great events out at Pioneer Park for the younger generation.
I feel like this is a big need in our community!!
I plan to hit as many tournaments as I can and would love to end my year with a PDGA rating over a 930.
It is human nature to compete.
Ever since I can remember I’ve participated in team sports, and have always had the competitive mentality. Being an adult and still having something to compete in is fulfilling. Sharing the experiences and showing friends and strangers about our sport, then watching them become “addicted“ is a great feeling.
I try to run an event a year and help out the local clubs and players overcome obstacles as much as I can. The sport is one of a kind with a community that’s ready to help!
I am the founder of Missin’ Mando’s, a disc golf group of 45+ that resides out of Northern California. We welcome those of all skill levels, pushing one another to becoming the best golfers we can be.
Above all else, I love that there’s a disc for everyone.
Whether you’re just starting out, a touring pro, a weekend warrior or a younger golfer, there is a disc out there meant for all of our arm speeds for us to enjoy and succeed with.
I love helping the sport grow by introducing people to the sport and giving out discs.
I love seeing happy faces on the course and watch them love the sport just as much as I do.
I love every aspect of the game and how you can manipulate the disc to do different things.
I have been active in the East Bay Disc Golf Club for over a decade, and currently serve as the President of the nonprofit organization.
I’m a co-founder of Local Route Productions, filming disc golf events in NorCal and beyond.
My photography has been featured in Innova calendars and Disc Golfer Magazine. You’ll often find me practicing at a local course with my two young boys. Come say hi!
In 2023, I plan to represent Bomber Disc Golf and their community. While I continue to travel and play new courses across the United States, my focus is bringing more unique events to America’s Finest City, volunteering and raising awareness, and to help promote this sport through various channels and resources. #bombsaway
I grew up in the Santa Cruz mountains and went to the high school below the Black Mouse course, and with grandparents living blocks from DeLa Vega. All that being said never knew disc golf existed. So discovering disc golf about 7 years ago I’ve got decades of missed rounds to make up. A buddy showed me how to play using DGA discs and that has been my primary brand. I’m looking forward to Masters Worlds this 2023 summer and to get more rounds in with my friends and family. Additionally, I want to help grow disc golf in a positive direction of outdoor family activity. I’d love to start doing field clinics for all ages to help anyone beginning this sport.
I've been in the scene for about 12 years now, volunteering all over and traveling for disc golf as well. I have worked on refining my game to start excelling in the MPO field. I am currently a board member for our oldest club in Idaho, Gem State Disc Golf Club, and have been for about 4 years now. This year I plan on helping to get multiple new courses in our local area, and play more tournaments than I have in previous years. Excited to be apart of Bomb Squad!
I'm a 17 year old high school student out on the course everyday trying to get better. The people that surround and support me on the course is one of the biggest reasons of why I love disc golf so much. I am always sharing my passions on and off the course to grow this amazing sport we all enjoy!
I plan to grow with Bomber Disc Golf as well as the sport its self. I look to raise awareness to the importance of the game and proceed to continue with my positive attitude on and off the course.
I have supported new course development and local charities and look forward to my relationship with Bomber!
Disc golf to me is my therapy. It's where I feel at peace with the world around me. The perfect flight of a disc poetry! I'm excited to not only represent the Bomber brand at future tournaments, but be able to teach new players and be an advocate for the sport that I love so much.
My 2023 plan for disc golf is to put on more tournaments and fundraiser events in my community, finish Installing cement tee pads at my local course and and have 100 people sign up and become a part of the 2023 Feeney Mother Huckers!
I love the beauty of shaping lines and watching the disc fly, I like sinking big putts.
I also enjoy playing in any weather conditions, sun rain snow; I like to keep my scores low!
I have been playing for 2 & a half years , I am just now in the early stages of starting to volunteer, but hope to run a few events in my local area soon. Course work, assistant TD-ing as well as playing most weekends (66 events and counting these last 2 years) and helping with CTPs and other fun stuff to grow our disc golf community.
I have been in love with this sport since the very first time I banged the chains , I love disc golf cuz I can walk onto a course with all kinds of problems and by the time I walk off I don’t even remember what they were.
I live in Denver and started playing disc golf this past July. I fell in love with the sport and community around disc golf. I might not have years playing but I can’t wait to get out and represent Bomber at tournaments.
My main goals for this next season are to keep improving and win as many tournaments as I can.
I am currently looking to hold a fundraising/ community event called ‘Tinman Toss’ in the Fall of 2023, particularly during breast cancer awareness month. I would love to incorporate Throw Pink and other community members/local organizations.
I’m 17 and I’ve been playing disc golf for almost 3 years now. Disc golf for me is a sport that lets me get outside and clear my head. It has helped me through a lot of tight spots in my most recent years of my life and has helped me stay motivated to become a better human being. The part of this sport that I love the most is being able to find a connection with so many amazing, thoughtful people while still keeping a competitive, fun mindset. Like a rivalry. I look forward to this upcoming year with Bomber Disc Golf and can’t wait to see where it takes me!
My goals for the upcoming year are to become more active in the community, starting with running or co-running my first tournament, and strive to continue my upward development and take my first steps into the Open field. I am also in talks with my neighborhood in regards to opening and designing a course, and my goal there is to break ground in 2023.
After I quit drinking I was in desperate need of a new hobby. I stumbled across the sport of disc golf and that not only became that hobby, but an absolute obsession. I love this game and the community I’ve been introduced to from. I can’t wait to start this new journey and look forward to making new friends and improving myself within this game and in life.
I truly fell in love with disc golf about 5 years ago, after playing a local all women's tournament and taking DFL. Through these last few years, I have pushed to become better, support more, and play as much as possible. In the 2022 season I won 50% of my overall tournaments, and 66% of the PDGA tournaments I was able to attend. In the 2023 season, I hope to play at least one tournament a month (hopefully more) and improve my PDGA rating.
My 2023 goals are to be the best I can be on the team and to compete in higher tier events. 2023 goals for the website are to promote promote promote and sponsor tournaments with Bomber Disc Golf!