He is excited to rejoin the team that originally sponsored him!

In an offseason filled with moves Latitude 64° has been pleased to not only retain a bulk of its team members but also add a few new faces for 2023. While Jake Hebenheimer is not completely new, we are excited to welcome him back to the Team after he spent the last few seasons unsponsored. Jake had the following to say about joining the Team, “Latitude 64° was the first company to sponsor me back in 2017 when I was just a junior trying to figure out this sport. I have come a long way since then and I’m excited to once again represent Latitude 64° for 2023.”

After spending the last few seasons on Tour, Jake was highlighted in 2022 as being the most improved player on Tour moving from 88th place in 2021 to 37th place and qualifying for the Tour Championship due to Nikko Locastro’s ineligibility. This made Jake the highest-ranked player on Tour without a manufacturing sponsor. For Latitude 64° it made sense for us to invest in an up-and-coming player who had been on our Team previously.

Right now Jake plans to play every event on the Pro Tour except one Pro Tour Silver Series. On top of a full United States Tour he is hoping to make the trip to Europe this season to play the European Open and one other event.

With his recent addition to the Team we are still working on finalizing a signature series disc for him, but we hope to have it queued up to celebrate his first win on Tour!

We are excited to see what the 2023 season has in store for Jake and you can keep checking back here regularly to see more Team extensions and announcements as the off season wraps up.