• Gateway Disc Golf Element midrange
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    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.

  • DGA Tremor
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    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?

  • element discs uranium review midrange
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    Element Discs Uranium Review

    The Element Discs Uranium is a short mid-range driver with a ton of bite.  This overstable approach disc is consistent and powerful and makes for an excellent short game staple.  And don’t overlook the Terra blend plastic which has great grip but is more durable than most base plastics.

  • Ozone Discs Andro C Review
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    Ozone Discs Andro C Review

    Ozone Discs recently sent us an Andro C to test and I loved it!  However, many disc golfers didn’t like the sharp rim.  Ozone decided to make adjustments to the Andro C and I’ve got to give them a lot of credit for listening to the feedback.  This review covers the current Andro C but will likely be updated when the new disc is released.  Ozone Discs’ Andro C is a low-profile, stable midrange driver that will eat right through a steady wind.  Add a significant amount of glide to that stability and you’ve got an accurate and reliable workhorse.   http://www.ozonediscs.com/ozone-androc Immediately I noticed the Andro C has a low profile…