• Disc Golf OOP Out Of Production
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    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.…

  • Above Ground Level,  Putter Reviews

    Above Ground Level Discs Ponderosa Review

    The Ponderosa is AGL’s high glide and understable putter offering. The Ponderosa contasts nicely with the rest of AGL’s overstable and moderate glide putter offerings. The Ponderosa is named after the tree, not the steakhouse, but it offers that mouth-watering late turn that every disc golfer needs. AGL Ponderosa Manufacturer Notes Here’s what Above Ground Level Discs says about their Ponderosa putter: Boy this thing is a ton of fun! And seems to be getting tons of folks those Circle 2 putts!! We have more footage of 50+ footers with the Ponderosa (largely due to Mike Leeman), as he shows everyone how this slightly Understable Putter can really bang some…

  • Disc Golf disc speed selection
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    What Speed Disc Golf Discs Should I Throw?

    What is speed in disc golf?Why are there different speed disc golf discs?Does it matter what speed disc I throw?Should I throw fast or slow disc golf discs?What is the speed of a disc golf driver? Understanding disc golf speed and what speed disc is best to throw can be tough, but this article will help you answer the above questions and quickly decide the right disc speed in the right situation.

  • Above Ground Level Sycamore Review
    Above Ground Level,  Other Disc Review

    Above Ground Level Sycamore Review

    The Sycamore is Above Ground Levels’ go-to fairway driver, and they did it right. AGL built the Sycamore to do its job consistently and get straight down the fairway every time. It’s like your favorite coffee stand down the street. You’re suprised there isn’t a longer line because they reliably serve a good cup of coffee each time. No mistakes, they just do it right.

  • Innova Discs Corvette Disc Review
    Innova,  Other Disc Review

    Innova Corvette Review

    The Innova Corvette was released in 2019 and billed as the fastest disc on the market. Innova took a step forward in the arms race of maximum distance drivers with this straight and fast disc. This 14 speed driver is possibly the straightest flying maximum distance driver on the market and the Corvette’s control is rivalled by very few in its class.

  • Disc Golf on a Golf Course
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    Disc Golf Lessons From Golf: Tiger takes a 10 at the Masters

    The game of golf holds many similarities to disc golf in the mental and strategy arenas. You may not love golf, you may not watch golf, but you certainly can become a better disc golfer by learning how golf professionals attack the golf course. In this first article of a potentially long-running series on disc golf lessons from golf, we take a quick look at the 2020 Masters.

  • agl madrone putter review
    Above Ground Level,  Putter Reviews

    Above Ground Level Madrone Review

    The Madrone is a low glide putter from Above Ground Level that loves power and long straight lines. It shares many similarities with the AGL Manzanita but like the tree it is named after, the Madrone is unique. The Madrone tree is native to the Pacific Northwest but the Madrone putter will be finding its way all around the US in disc golf bags.

  • Flight Numbers on Disc
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    Disc Golf Disc Numbers

    If you’ve been around disc golf for a round or two, certainly you’ve seen some numbers etched into a disc golf disc. You’ve probably even heard some other players talk about discs with a numeric value. What do the numbers on a disc mean and how can you use this information? Beginner or Advanced, we hope our disc golf flight number guide gives you some new information to ponder while taking about your favorite discs.

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