• Full Turn Discs Navigator Review
    Full Turn Discs,  Other Disc Review

    Full Turn Discs Navigator Review

    Full Turn Discs, molded by Prodiscus in Finland, is a small but growing manufacturer based in Missouri. As of writing this, the Navigator is Full Turn Discs only midrange and their flagship mold. As you would hope from a flagship disc, the Navigator should appeal to a wide range of arms. Please follow and like us:

  • Gateway Disc Golf Element midrange
    Gateway,  Other Disc Review

    Gateway Disc Sports Element Review

    The Gateway Element fills that gap between your putter and midrange when you need a light throw with some distance, but you won’t be disappointed with medium distance touch shot either.  Available in both Diamond and Sure Grip (and a few other plastics), this disc is guaranteed to add an element of finesses to your short game. Please follow and like us:

  • Discraft Sting Review disc golf
    Discraft,  Other Disc Review

    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. Please follow and like us:

  • Infinite Discs Sphinx
    Infinite Discs,  Other Disc Review

    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. Please follow and like us:

  • Lightning Discs Rubber Putter Review
    Lightning Disc Golf,  Putter Reviews

    Lightning Rubber Putter Review

    Lightning Disc Golf is one of the few brands beside Vibram to offer a disc made of rubber.  This is the Rubber Putter and we recently acquired one to test.  Lightning often has a reputation of poor quality discs, but we decided to give them a fair shot and it turns out that Lightning’s Rubber Putter is actually a decent disc when used appropriately. Please follow and like us:

  • DGA Tremor
    DGA,  Other Disc Review

    DGA Tremor Review

    DGA, the same company that brought you the rather overstable (and very underrated) midrange called the Quake, now brings you the understable and glidey midrange dubbed the Tremor.  Primarily designed for beginners, the DGA Tremor has potential use as a turnover midrange for seasoned players.  If we buy two does that put us at one degree of Kevin Bacon? Please follow and like us:

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