• Essential Discs Honey review
    Essential Discs,  Putter Reviews

    Essential Discs Honey Review

    Essential Discs is a small company that has been around since 2010 and now operates out of Lansing, Michigan right near us. We got the chance to hit the course with the owner, Larry, and test out his disc, the Honey. Larry has a great story which we recommend reading on his site, but we’re here to tell you about the Honey. If you’re ready to get your hands sticky with this overstable putter/midrange-tweener then keep reading! All review discs were purchased, we did not recieve any free goods.

  • Above Ground Level Sycamore Review
    Above Ground Level,  Other Disc Review

    Above Ground Level Sycamore Review

    The Sycamore is Above Ground Levels’ go-to fairway driver, and they did it right. AGL built the Sycamore to do its job consistently and get straight down the fairway every time. It’s like your favorite coffee stand down the street. You’re suprised there isn’t a longer line because they reliably serve a good cup of coffee each time. No mistakes, they just do it right.

  • agl madrone putter review
    Above Ground Level,  Putter Reviews

    Above Ground Level Madrone Review

    The Madrone is a low glide putter from Above Ground Level that loves power and long straight lines. It shares many similarities with the AGL Manzanita but like the tree it is named after, the Madrone is unique. The Madrone tree is native to the Pacific Northwest but the Madrone putter will be finding its way all around the US in disc golf bags.

  • most overstable disc golf putters
    Putter Reviews,  Tips and Advice

    Most Overstable Disc Golf Putter

    There are plenty of overstable disc golf putters, but there is something magical about insanely overstable putters that fade before they even leave your hand. For some unknown reason we are drawn to those putters that can be thrown further upside down than normal. Maybe we feel powerful hucking a putter that rips our shoulder from our socket. Or maybe it’s just me and I should talk to a therapist. Whatever the reason, we tested a lot of super overstable putters and here is our evaluation of the most overstable disc golf putters you can find.

  • Discraft Crush review disc golf
    Discraft,  Other Disc Review

    Discraft Crush Review

    I bought a Crush in 2005 before I had the arm to throw it. Over the next three years I worked on my power until I could throw the Crush on the flight path that Discraft described. This was the disc that taught me to throw hard. The Crush experienced some early popularity and was was voted best overstable disc at one point but it would not find a place in enough bags to continue long-term production. Discraft removed the Crush from production entirely in 2017 (maybe 2016, the exact dates are not well publicized). Read on to find out how the Crush flies and what’s special about the 2020…

  • Infinite Discs Ruin Review putter
    Infinite Discs,  Product Review

    Infinite Discs Ruin Review

    The Ruin is an overstable putter molded by Infinite Discs. This disc rounds out Infinite’s putter lineup filling a slot that every disc golfer needs – a close distance, overstable, reliable, workhorse. The Ruin is not for weak hearts or weak arms, but if you can handle this powerful putter it will surely help your game… maybe ruin another disc golfer’s chance at first place…

  • Discraft Paul McBeth Anax Review
    Discraft,  Other Disc Review

    Discraft Anax Review

    The Discraft Anax, also known as the Paul McBeth Anax, is the third disc released in Paul’s disc golf line. Anax is an ancient Greek word roughly translating to ‘military leader’. This disc is considered a fairway driver by Discraft, but for those of us who don’t have Paul McBeth’s arm speed it’s probably more of a control driver. Regardless of what you consider the Anax, you’ll want to give this powerful disc a shot at leading you through your next disc golf battle.

  • Gateway Disc Sports Ninja review
    Gateway,  Other Disc Review

    Gateway Ninja Review

    Gateway gave their old Ninja a makeover and they’ve come out with a very reliable, slightly overstable controld driver. The original Ninja was listed as an 11 speed with a rim so wide that the PDGA would not approve it. Now, this remodeled Ninja is a moderate glide 9 speed driver that will let you slice up the course with pinpoint accuracy.

  • Innova Bullfrog putter review
    Innova,  Putter Reviews

    Innova Bullfrog Review

    Innova recently released the Bullfrog, a controllable low-glide putter.  This putter has about as much glide as you’d expect if you were to throw an actual bullfrog and it also has every bit the amount of control you’d expect from a slow disc.  Given the great flight and great feel, this froggy might just end up in your bag.

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