• Infinite Discs Slinger Bag
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    Infinite Discs Slinger Bag Review

    A lightweight disc golf bag is always nice for a casual round.  Sometimes you’re traveling and want to throw in a few discs in case there’s a course nearby.  Perhaps you’re out to work with a limited selection of discs.  Or maybe you’re playing a shorter course where a full bag isn’t necessary.  Whatever your reason, a small and inexpensive bag can be a great tool for beginners and advanced players alike.  Infinite Discs has released such a bag with a unique feature – a sling style strap.  Here’s our review of the Slinger.

  • Disc Golf Glow Cone UV Light
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    Glow Cone and UV Disc Golf Light

    You probably already know that we love glow disc golf.  We’ve tested glow disc golf lights and plastic fairly extensively and have played many rounds with our Flashflight sets, but we’ve recently been introduced to a lesser known company producing an interesting product.  Demo Grid sent us one of their UV disc golf lights along with a Glow Cone, here’s what we thought of it!

  • Gracie and the Marvelous Metal Basket
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    Gracie and the Marvelous Metal Basket

    Team Innova Ambassador Michelle Jones has created what we believe to be the first kids disc golf book.  “Gracie and the Marvelous Metal Basket” tells the story of Gracie the cat and her first experience with disc golf.  The story unfolds as Gracie and her animal friends guess what this “structure of metal and chain” could be.

  • ProPull Disc Golf Resistance Band Training
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    ProPull Disc Golf Resistance Band Training System

    Training aids and strength training devices have been a staple of the golf market for quite some time.  After all, so many of us want to get better at our favorite recreational games.  Until now, we’ve seen very few disc golf training aids.  Enter ProPull with their Disc Golf Resistance Band Training System.

  • glow disc golf plastic and uv lights
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    Glow Disc Golf

    Daylight has long since faded and the evenings are short prompting many of us to pull out our glow disc golf discs.   You may be wondering if glow disc golf discs are worth while and if glow disc golf plastic works and which is the best glow plastic.  We had those same questions and recently tested out a few glow discs, glow plastics, and even a few lights for charging the glow plastic.  Here’s what we learned.

  • Infinite Discs VIP Box Subscription
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    Disc Golf Subscription Box Roundup

    The monthly box subscription market has continued to grow over the past few years.  Simply put, you sign up to receive a regularly scheduled delivery of goods curated by a third party.  Usually these subscriptions deliver to your door on a monthly basis.  You can seriously find a monthly subscription for just about anything: crossfit, makeup, and of course disc golf.  It’s like a getting a little present each month!  We wanted to provide you with a full round-up of these boxes for disc golf, complete with our opinions on each.

  • discstore discmemeber monthly subscription box
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    DiscStore Monthly Box Review

    DiscStore’s first DiscMember monthly disc golf subscription boxes are out!  We’ve seen a few monthly curation boxes in the past that were appealing but haven’t stayed around for long.  However, DiscStore’s DiscMember subscription has a few unique features that promise to keep it going for the long term.  DiscStore sent us a box so we could show you what to expect. DiscStore Monthly Subscription First, here’s what to expect inside the DiscMember disc golf subscription box: A new release or one of a kind disc.  July’s box includes a first run Prodigy X5. Assorted disc golf apparel or accessory.  This month was a Grow the Sport Dry Fit, next month is a…

  • disc golf course design book
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    Disc Golf Course Design: Inscribing Lifestyle into Underutilized Landscapes

    There is no argument that disc golf is increasing at an unprecedented rate. New courses are constantly in development and Steven Dodge even predicts that disc golf will be considered ‘conventional golf’ in the 2020’s. The question then begs, with the quick increase in courses and relatively short existence to study courses and their layout, have we been optimally designing the courses? Clearly there are amazing success stories such as Flip City in Michigan which I had the pleasure to visit this past summer. Then there are the stories of less than successful courses such as Polliwog Park which was closed for lack of safety. There are, of course, design…

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