Disc Brands

Millennium Golf Discs

Millennium Golf Discs focus is on providing a simple selection of high quality, accurate golf discs. They have about 12 discs they sell including eight drivers, two mid range, and two putters. Since 2011 the day to day operations of Millennium have been handled by Discs Unlimited in Kansas. According to their website, Millennium revolutionized …

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Westside Golf Discs

Westside Golf Discs is a leading disc manufacturer out of Finland. They currently sell 7 fine discs, most of them drivers. The only non driver among them is a stiff putt/approach disc, the Swan II. According to their website, they also have four additional discs in the works that should be released in 2013. In …

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Skyquest Discs

Skyquest is a small disc manufacturer in Gresham Oregon. It appears that they only have two discs at the moment: the Medusa and the L13. Both discs are drivers, and they only comes in one type of plastic. My initial impression of the discs (after overcoming the provocative Medusa picture) was that they looked flimsy, …

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Discraft vs Innova

In the world of disc golf, there are several major players. Innova is the biggest and most well known manufacturer of golf discs. A few years ago its patent expired, and as result several up and coming disc manufacturers such as Westside,  Latitude 64, Millennium, Vibram, and Ching have emerged with new plastics and technology. …

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