• 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…

  • Innova Invader putter review
    Innova,  Putter Reviews

    Innova Invader Review

    Innova has introduced another low glide putter to its lineup, the Invader. The Invader specializes in approaches by balancing low glide with ease of release. This putter offers a comfortable grip and a confident run at the basket. I don’t feel like making a cheesy disc name pun, so here’s your review.  Invader Manufacturer Notes Here’s how Innova describes the Invader: The Invader is one of the best driving and approach putters available. Its flat-top profile features a rounded, small bead rim making it easy to grip-n-rip straight flights. Put torque onto the Invader, it can handle it—backhand and forehand. We’re launching Invader in durable and grippy Luster plastic. Innova…

  • Arsenal Discs C4 putter review
    Putter Reviews

    Arsenal Discs C4 Review

    Arsenal Discs is a small disc golf manufacturer with a unique lineup. The C4 is the only putter in Arsenal’s lineup and is consistent with their goal of differentiation; the C4 is a unique putter. As we have said about other small and new manufacturers, we love seeing unique and special putters from small companies since there is alread a sea of clones out there from the big companies. Please follow and like us:

  • RPM Discs Kea
    Other Disc Review,  RPM Discs

    RPM Discs Kea Review

    Straight from New Zealand comes the Kea, RPM Discs’ overstable midrange.  This feisty parrot is ready to help you master the overstable approach game and it might even help you steal a few birdies.  I wanna see ya throw a Kea. Please follow and like us:

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