Scott Stokely earned 17 World and National Disc Golf and Distance titles during his professional career. He also held multiple Guinness World Records for throwing distance with both backhand and sidearm. He is the only person to ever hold both records. Scott will be competing in the Open Division for the 2022 Tour Season with 80+ PDGA wins in sanctioned competitions. Follow his journey on the Disc Golf Pro Tour via YouTube, Facebook, TikTok and Instagram.
Scott began sharing his love of Disc Golf through teaching in 1995. He took his Disc Golf Clinics on tour and has since taught tens of thousands of players at more than 500 events in 47 States. Scott published the first instructional book and video series on throwing techniques. In addition to producing Disc Golf tips and tutorial videos for YouTube, Scott has taught thousands of private lessons for players of all skill levels. Building on that experience, he developed the Stokely Disc Golf Method™ to take Disc Golf instruction to the next level.
Scott Stokely is available for public speaking engagements or as a podcast guest on the topics of: Disc Golf, entrepreneurship, Autism acceptance, addiction/recovery, motivation, and personal development.
Adaptive Disc Golf
Scott Stokely first taught adaptive methods of Disc Golf in 1993. He is an advocate for Disc Golf being a powerful tool to help individuals with different levels of physical or cognitive special needs and their families find more happiness and joy in their lives. Scott has hosted hundreds of events to share the sport with the special needs community for FREE. #TeamBluePower also backs Scott's Prize money donations to help local, frontline charities all across the United States.
Before he was a national disc golf champion, Scott Stokely's story begins in 1976, when at seven years old he discovers the World’s only disc golf course, Oak Grove Park in Pasadena, California. There he quickly falls in love with the sport and becomes a junior member of the World’s first disc golf club, the Oak Grove Gophers. Scott’s story covers decades of stars, legends, and misfits of the frisbee family, hundreds of tournaments, and tens of thousands of miles as he tells about his highs and lows, successes and failures, and every aspect of life on the disc golf tour.