Understable Discs

Understable discs have a greater resistance to the natural fading motion of a golf disc based on the direction of the spin. When thrown with enough power, these discs will actually turn to the right (flip up or turn over) on a backhand throw. This tendency makes it so that understable discs get a full flight path and provide more distance for beginners. Read our reviews of understable discs here.

Great Understable Disc Golf Fairway Drivers

While the distance drivers tend to be the sports cars of any disc golfer’s bag, getting all the glory and most of the attention, the fairway or “control” drivers are often the actual workhorse discs that are used more often and with more precise results in actual game play.  Fairway drivers may not cover the …

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Introducing Viking Discs – In Review

It’s always an adventure when a new disc golf brand emerges on the scene. Usually the introduction of the new brand comes with one or two disc molds. However, Viking Discs out of Finland emerged with a slew of eight PDGA approved discs all at once, with three distinct plastic types. That’s quite an introduction! …

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Great Beginners Discs from DGA (Disc Golf Association)

We’re going to take a quick look at what would make a great starter set of discs from DGA (Disc Golf Association). But aside from being great discs for beginning players, I also feel that these discs make a great addition to any bag, even for intermediate to advanced players who know how to shape their …

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Understable Mid-Range Discs for Beginning Disc Golfers

If you are a new disc golf player, or you have a low-speed throwing motion, some of the best discs that you can use to effectively control your shot and keep the disc in the air are mid-range discs. New players often overlook the mid-range, considering it a “non vital” part of their initial disc arsenal. …

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