• ProPull Disc Golf Resistance Band Training
    Product Review

    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.

  • Prodigy Disc Golf PA3 Review
    Prodigy Disc,  Putter Reviews

    Prodigy PA3 Review

    One of our readers (@TBartExpress on Twitter) recently suggested that we test Prodigy’s PA-3 putter.  We haven’t tested much Prodigy in the past so we picked up a PA-3 to review and we’ve been pleased.  Pleased to the point that we wonder why we haven’t heard more buzz about this reliable putter.

  • Disc Golf Practice Putting Basket Conversion Project
    Tips and Advice

    Practice Basket Modification for Putting

    We all know that one of the best ways to improve our disc golf score is to get a practice basket at home and develop a consistent practice putting routine.  Recently, disc golf basket manufacturer’s have been releasing baskets specifically designed for practice putting.  What if you already purchased a full size basket and don’t have the room to store a second basket?  We have a quick video tutorial for you to get both, with no permanent modifications to your basket.

  • disc golf shaving cream dye method
    Fun,  Tips and Advice

    Disc Golf Shaving Cream Dye

    Dying disc golf discs with shaving cream is one of the easiest methods of disc dying and can produce beautiful designs.  That’s why we’re writing an article highlighting this specific method first.  We previously wrote an article on the basics of how to dye a disc golf disc that’s worth reading, but that article discusses the setup of liquid dye mixtures.  The disc golf disc shaving cream dye process is dry and more about patience than the correct mixture. What is A Disc Golf Shaving Cream Dye? Maybe you’re not familiar with dying a disc with shaving cream.  The general idea is using shaving cream to hold dye in place…