• 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…

  • Above Ground Level Sycamore Review
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    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. Please follow and like us:

  • agl madrone putter review
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    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. Please follow and like us:

  • AGL Discs Manzanita Review
    Above Ground Level,  Putter Reviews

    Above Ground Level Discs Manzanita Review

    The Manzanita is a low glide, overstable putter which oozes consistency. Approved in 2018, it was one of the first putters molded by Above Gound Level Discs and has developed a following of dedicated throwers. While naming a disc after a tree feels rather ironic, it does not seem to have any negative affect on the Manzanita’s flight. Please follow and like us:

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