January 1, 2019 by Bennett Wineka in Livewire with 0 comments
In its biggest move of the offseason, Latitude 64 has signed Grady Shue to a 2-year contract.
“I’m looking forward to being partnered with [Latitude 64] and can’t wait for this season to start,” Shue said. “I’m going to be putting in a lot of work over the next month and a half before my first tournament of the year, the Las Vegas Challenge.”
Shue was the 2017 PDGA Men’s Rookie of the Year, and worked his way to several top five finishes at Disc Golf Pro Tour events and two top 10 placements at National Tour stops in 2018.