• Discraft Crush review disc golf
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    Discraft Crush Review

    I bought a Crush in 2005 before I had the arm to throw it. Over the next three years I worked on my power until I could throw the Crush on the flight path that Discraft described. This was the disc that taught me to throw hard. The Crush experienced some early popularity and was was voted best overstable disc at one point but it would not find a place in enough bags to continue long-term production. Discraft removed the Crush from production entirely in 2017 (maybe 2016, the exact dates are not well publicized). Read on to find out how the Crush flies and what’s special about the 2020…

  • Discraft Buzzz Review Midrange
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    Discraft Buzzz Review

    The Discraft Buzzz (three Z’s) is one of the most popular discs in disc golf, and may well be the most pupular midrange ever. The Buzzz was created in 2003 based on the Discraft Wasp but with some modifications such as a rim with no bead to create a straighter, more controllable all-around midrange. Most experienced disc golfers won’t need an introduction to the Buzzz, but we want to make sure that newer disc golfers have a chance to understand why the Buzzz is a great option to test.

  • Discraft Hades Review Paul McBeth
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    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.

  • Discraft Paul McBeth Anax Review
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    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.

  • Discraft Focus review putter
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    Discraft Focus Review

    Discraft released the Focus in 2009 as an Ace Race disc, a straight putter with moderate glide. The Focus has been a mainstay in many bags since and we’re review now because it has found its way into Chris’ bag as his go-to putter. This putter literally has putting instructions stamped on it!

  • Discraft Sting Review disc golf
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    Discraft Sting Review

    Discraft’s newest driver is called the Sting, but it floats like a butterfly and is actually quite friendly to your disc golf game.  This understable fairway driver has a few special capabilities that could very well make it a main-stay in your bag.

  • Discraft Vulture Review disc golf
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    Discraft Vulture Review

    Discraft’s Vulture is the newest disc of prey in their lineup.  This distance driver will give you predictability as well as workability and will remind you very much of Discraft’s veteran driver, the Predator.  Discraft recently sent us a Vulture to test and we were very pleased to find the familiar feel of the Predator but in a brand new mold with new potential.

  • Discraft Challenger OS Review
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    Discraft Challenger OS Review

    Discraft’s Challenger OS is one of the best mold modifications I have thrown.  Some mold adjustments make the disc slightly longer or significantly change the stability, but the Challenger OS has just the right amount of added stability to conserve most of the original Challenger’s benefits while bulking it up.