• 2018 disc golf putter year
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    2018 Disc Golf Putter of The Year

    2018 Chaincrasher Awards Official Results We had a rather slim field this year, but there were three stand out putters which could have competed any year.   With that, here are the official results for the 2018 Chaincrasher Disc Golf Putter of the Year awards! Disc Golf Putter of the Year – Fan’s Choice Congratulations to Westside Discs for Producing the Fan’s Choice 2018 Disc Golf Putter of the Year:  The Maiden! You voted the Westside Disc Maiden as your favorite putter released in 2018.  The Maiden is a straight and reliable low-profile putter and comes in Dynamic Discs’ awesome burst plastice.  You can read the full Westside Discs Maiden Review…

  • best beginner disc golf putters
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    Disc Golf Putters for Beginners

    What is the best disc golf putter for beginners?  These are the top putters for a new disc golfer to try. Discraft Challenger Innova Aviar Black Zombie Chainsaw Dynamic Discs Warden Westside Swan 1 Reborn MVP Atom Latitude 64 Pure Why Are These Disc Golf Putters For Beginners? We’ve tested each of these putters extensively and found they have characteristics that we believe are beneficial for new disc golfers.   Most beginning disc golfers benefit from high glide putters that allow them to focus on their putting form instead of generating power.  These beginner disc golf putters also show flight characteristics that are mostly stable (straight) to slightly understable (turn…

  • Friction Gloves Disc Golf Review
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    Friction Gloves Review

    I’m sure you are aware that we play year round no matter the temperature but you probably didn’t know that both Chris and I don’t wear a glove on our playing hand.  Zero degrees outside? No glove.  Super high winds? No glove.  A foot of snow or driving rain? No glove.  We have always preferred to use our bare hand.  After all it’s the only thing that comes in contact with the disc we wish to propel and we can deal with cold hands for a while.  If only there were a viable solution…

  • Getting better or improving your disc golf game is fun
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    Improve Your Disc Golf Game

    One of the most common questions we get is “How do I get better at disc golf?”.  The answer to this question is very simple, just throw; we must do in order to improve.  But the person asking this question is usually looking for a deeper answer.  The simple answer is correct but let’s dig into why.

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    How To Dye A Disc Golf Disc

    Disc golfers love custom discs and place a great deal of sentimental value on disc golf equipment.  It should come as no surprise that many of us have attempted to dye our discs ourselves.  Most of us end up with a mess of mis-colored discs and stained shirts, but a few of us press on and go searching for the best way to die a disc golf disc. I’m with most of you, I’m not good at custom dying discs.  The good news is that you can learn from my mistakes!  This post will go over some basics of dying discs that I’ve experienced and address some important

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    The 5 Most Important Putting Components

    Watch a round of disc golf at the local course or a professional tournament, and you’ll notice something very quickly: there are a lot of different putting styles! Spin, turbo, push, spush, walking, and list could go on.  Each of those basic putting styles has seemingly unlimited possibilities and personalizations.  Zoom out a little and you’ll notice that successful putters have a few basic similarities regardless of individual technique.

  • Disc golf putting practice
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    Disc Golf Putting Games

    It’s indisputable that putting practice is essential for your disc golf game, but putting practice is sometimes monotonous and can become boring if you’re not the type of person who find this peaceful and meditative.  So what can you do?  Try different disc golf putting games!  Here are a few putting games that DG PuttHeads recommend.