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.
Infinite Discs Sphinx Review
The Sphinx stands guard at the first tee asking all disc golfers a riddle: “Which disc is just one mold and yet becomes a flyer, a flipper, and a roller?” Those who answer correctly are permitted passage. The answer, of course, is an understable fairway driver – a disc that flys straight for a beginner, hyzer flips for an intermediate arm, and rolls for a big arm. Read on for our thoughts on Infinite Discs’ most beginner friendly mold.
Latitude 64 Pure Review
The Latitude 64 Pure is giving my Gateway Wizard serious competition for a spot in my bag, and that says an awful lot. Tim over at mindbodydisc.com pointed me toward the Pure and I’m convinced he just wanted to watch me obsess over which amazing putter would win the battle for a spot in my disc golf bag.