• Prepare New Disc Golf Season
    Tips and Advice

    Preparing For A New Disc Golf Season

    A new disc golf season is just beginning. Well, that is for those of us in Michigan. Maybe your season has been in flight for a few weeks, or perhaps you’ve played all winter long like I have. Regardless, temperatures are rising and tournaments are finding their way on our calendars and there are things you should do to get ready for the disc golf season.

  • Reaper Disc Supply disc golf
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    Reaper Disc Supply

    A new disc golf season is upon us, and we want to make sure you are prepared with the newest disc golf trends! We were recently introduced to a new disc golf apparal company called Reaper Disc Supply, who sent us a few shirts and items to review. Keep reading because there are some cool things that you can get through reaper and a giveaway at the end!

  • Star Frame Retro Disc Golf Bag
    Product Review

    Star Frame Retro Bag Review

    Star Frame sent us the RETRO disc golf bag with with cooler to review. We were excited to test this unique idea and have concluded that between the low price-point and practical design, it is a bag worth considering. We are not currently affiliated with Star Frame but we believe in the quality of their products. If you’re quick, you can catch 20% off everything at Star Frame’s Black Friday sale through 11/29 using code “BLACKFRIDAY”!See Star Frame’s Shop here! What Makes Star Frame Unique? Star Frame is a family-owned business located in the Midwest, in Wisconsin just across Lake Michigan from us! They are best known for their disc…

  • 2021 best disc golf gifts
    Fun,  Tips and Advice

    2021 Holiday Disc Golf Gift Guide

    With the scarcity of discs and the prevalence of shipping delays, we thought it would be a good idea to get our 2021 disc golf gift guide out a little early this year. There have been many great new disc golf accessories released over the past year that will make great presents for disc golfers new and seasoned. We have tested many new discs and disc golf items and this is our list of best disc golf gifts for 2021! Disc Golf Data: Becoming A Better Disc Golfer Our first recommendation is a newly released book on using data to get better at disc golf. Targeted toward players who have…

  • Boyne Mountain disc golf course
    Tips and Advice

    Boyne Mountain Disc Golf Course

    In the summer of 2021 we visited Boyne Mountain Resort. Boyne Mountain has a disc golf course called Cold Springs right on the resort in the ski hills! We had an opportunity to play the Boyne Mountain disc golf course three times to get a good feel and were even able to talk to the course designer, Dan, in between rounds to understand what went into the course layout. This course has changed significantly over the years as tee pads were installed and ski hill construction forced a few hole redesigns. Boyne Mountain disc golf course is an enjoyable and scenic destination course with the potential to be great. Read…

  • Essential Discs Honey review
    Essential Discs,  Putter Reviews

    Essential Discs Honey Review

    Essential Discs is a small company that has been around since 2010 and now operates out of Lansing, Michigan right near us. We got the chance to hit the course with the owner, Larry, and test out his disc, the Honey. Larry has a great story which we recommend reading on his site, but we’re here to tell you about the Honey. If you’re ready to get your hands sticky with this overstable putter/midrange-tweener then keep reading! All review discs were purchased, we did not recieve any free goods.

  • Tips and Advice

    Disc Golf Jump Putt

    What Is A Jump Putt? A jump putt is a form of disc golf putting where the disc golfer actually jumps as he or she releases the putter. The purpose of a jump putt is to generate more power and gain distance while still maintaining control of the shot with a putt instead of a full throw. Most putting forms generate some power from the legs but also rely greatly on power from the shoulder and sometimes the elbow and wrist. This often does not provide enough power to reach the basket on long putts so squatting down and jumping can provide that extra power. Jump putts usually sacrifice some…

  • Disc Golf Data Book Cover
    News,  Product Review

    Announcing A Disc Golf Data Book

    The sport of disc golf has exploded in popularity with new courses springing up all over the US and the world! Professional tournaments are finding air time on network television and more people are throwing discs than ever before. So what’s next? A disc golf data revolution is coming. Visit the official Disc Golf Data: Becoming A Better Disc Golfer Page here.

  • Disc Golf OOP Out Of Production
    Tips and Advice

    What Does OOP Mean In Disc Golf?

    OOP in in disc golf stands for Out Of Production, meaning that the manufacturer no longer makes that particular disc mold. Discs go out of production (OOP) for many reason including: Disc mold is no longer selling well Manufacturer is making room in their lineup for new molds Manufacturer has gone out of business The PDGA disapproves the disc (i.e. Quest Turbo Putt) Manufacturer simply does not have capacity or resources to make the particular disc In some cases a manufacturer will stop producing a disc mold in certain plastics, but continue making that disc in other plastics. A manufacture may even take an entire plastic line out of production.…

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