ABOUT WILL SCHUSTERICK
Will Schusterick began playing Disc Golf at the age of thirteen in Knoxville, Tennessee. Like many kids, he grew bored with the traditional team sports, including those he excelled at (primarily Baseball and Basketball), so he began looking for a competitive sport that offered a way for him to push himself without being locked into the scheduling demands of these sports. After playing his first round of Disc Golf in late 2005, Will started playing three to four rounds a day with his dad and best friend at Victor Ashe Park. Will dove deep into Disc Golf as both a player and a student of the game, and daily practice helped Will become one of the top Amateur competitors in the world in very short time. In 2007 Will won the Advanced Division at “The Memorial” In Scottsdale, Arizona, and later that year, at the age of fifteen, he became the youngest player ever to compete in a US Open.