• Infinite Discs Ruin Review putter
    Infinite Discs,  Product Review

    Infinite Discs Ruin Review

    The Ruin is an overstable putter molded by Infinite Discs. This disc rounds out Infinite’s putter lineup filling a slot that every disc golfer needs – a close distance, overstable, reliable, workhorse. The Ruin is not for weak hearts or weak arms, but if you can handle this powerful putter it will surely help your game… maybe ruin another disc golfer’s chance at first place…

  • Discraft Hades Review Paul McBeth
    Discraft,  Other Disc Review

    Discraft Hades Review

    We all expected great discs when Paul McBeth signed with Discraft, and the Hades delivers on this promise.  The Hades is the fifth disc of McBeth’s series and is a long, easy thrower.  It’s not the super overstable disc you might expect from a disc named after the king of the underworld but flipping the Hades on a long drive will sure make you feel powerful.

  • Disc Golf Christmas presents gifts
    Fun

    Disc Golf Holiday Gift Guide 2019

    Holidays are here, Christmas is right around the corner, and we’re late getting you the annual disc golf gift guide. But don’t worry, despite our scrambling we’ve still been able to identify the best disc golf gifts of 2019 which are sure it put a smile on your special disc golfer’s face! As always, we only recommend disc golf gift ideas that we believe in and put our reputation behind. The disc golf presents we have listed below are not listed in any particular order. New Paul McBeth Molds Starting with one of the most exciting 2019 disc golf discs, who wouldn’t love to test out the new lineup from…

  • Infinite Discs Cohort Putter Review
    Infinite Discs,  Putter Reviews

    Infinite Discs Cohort Review

    The Cohort is Infinite Discs’ fourth putter. It is a fast putter with a low-profile and small diameter great for long approach shots. ‘Cohort’ traditionally refers to a small ancient Roman military unit but I’m pretty sure Infinite named this putter for the data analytics understanding: A set of customers grouped by a common characteristic for the purpose of demographic analysis.

  • Infinite Discs Starter Set
    Infinite Discs,  Other Disc Review

    Infinite Discs Starter Set Review

    Unless you’ve had year of experience, choosing a disc golf starter set is difficult at which point you probably don’t need a starter set. On top of that, many starter sets are either overpriced or not really a good choice for beginners… or both. Enter Infinite Discs and their new series of disc golf starter sets. Infinite Discs has leveraged their extensive disc golf knowledge to put together three starter options, here is our review of the set. Infinite Discs 2 Disc Starter Set This two-disc starter set is one of the best options for a new disc golfer. The first thing that stands out is the $15.99 price which…

  • Disc Golf Starter Set Beginner
    Tips and Advice

    How To Choose A Disc Golf Starter Set

    You’re looking for a starter set for yourself or maybe for you son/daughter who just started playing. That’s awesome! But it’s hard to know what to look for if you haven’t played much yourself. We’ve worked with a lot of beginner disc golfers and have seen first hand what sort of discs work well and encourage progress in new disc golfers. The best disc golf starter set will usually hit most of these characteristics.

  • Discraft Paul McBeth Anax Review
    Discraft,  Other Disc Review

    Discraft Anax Review

    The Discraft Anax, also known as the Paul McBeth Anax, is the third disc released in Paul’s disc golf line. Anax is an ancient Greek word roughly translating to ‘military leader’. This disc is considered a fairway driver by Discraft, but for those of us who don’t have Paul McBeth’s arm speed it’s probably more of a control driver. Regardless of what you consider the Anax, you’ll want to give this powerful disc a shot at leading you through your next disc golf battle.

  • Kestrel Outdoors Disc Golf
    Product Review

    Kestrel Disc Golf Bag Review

    Kestrel Outdoors is a disc golf company that many disc golfers have heard of but few have experience with. Kestrel Outdoors is based in the Rockey Mountains in Utah and makes discs, bags, and few other disc golf accessories. Many of us have come across Kestrel while browsing the internet for disc golf equipment and wonder about their products. We decided it was time to get some information out there for you! Kestrel was generous enough to send us thre disc golf bags, each of which we have reviewed below.