Fastest Growing Disc Golf Brands of 2023

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2023 is over and we’re having some fun looking at the numbers. Overall, our direct retail sales were down significantly in 2023 compared with 2022, but there are some disc golf brands that saw an increase in sales.

These were the fastest growing disc golf brands of 2023:

2023 Sales Growth
ABC 152.75%
Clash Discs 119.47%
Doomsday Discs 73.57%
Goliath Discs 69.44%
Kestrel 64.10%
Disc Golf UK 43.33%
Black Zombie 40.63%
Lone Star Disc 29.17%
XCom 28.51%
Axiom 15.26%
Latitude 64 7.12%
Guru Disc Golf 5.74%
MVP 4.47%
Birdie Disc Golf Supply 0.25%

Most of these brands are relatively small, so an increase from 100 to 152 discs sold isn’t particularly remarkable. ABC Discs primarily increased in sales because, well a few of their molds actually existed and were available for in 2023 when only one did in 2022.

Some major disc golf brands did experience sales growth even during a market downturn.

MVP’s Growth in Market Share

MVP and Axiom discs saw significant increases in 2023. Our Axiom sales increased by 15% and MVP grew by 4.5%. This growth is all the more impressive considering that, for a large part of the year, their most popular molds, especially the best-selling MVP Glitch, were often out of stock. The MVP family of disc brands really is the only brand that we still cannot keep in stock at will. Every time we attempt to make a restock order, the MVP order form remains very limited, and their fulfillment is not exactly next day.

The signing of Simon Lizotte last season appears to have been a hugely successful decision. All of the Simon Line discs have performed remarkably well this year, and we even had people camping out in front of Infinite Discs in hopes of getting one of our limited edition Timelapse discs.

MVP hype is the real deal right now, especially with so much competition in disc golf manufacturing. The combination of unique discs using Gyro Technology, along with the notable signing of the most popular professional disc golfer in the world, seems to have created a perfect storm of marketing excitement. Additionally, the most exciting and improbable win in the history of the disc golf World Championship, achieved by MVP-sponsored player James Conrad, certainly doesn’t hurt the brand.

These were the top-selling MVP and Axiom Discs of 2023.

Simon Lizotte MVP

Disc Golf Brands to Watch in 2024

In terms of the fastest-growing brands, Clash and Doomsday are definitely ones to watch as they saw the largest jump in sales in 2023.

Clash Discs

Clash Discs implemented an aggressive marketing strategy, including major sponsorships of professional disc golfers, tournaments, and advertising campaigns. Despite being one of the priciest brands in disc golf, their investment appears to have been worthwhile. Clash now boasts a full line of discs and has introduced several limited edition sets and completely unique double-mold plastic variations exclusive to this brand. Our Clash sells (on discs alone and not including any of the sets) more than doubled in 2023 where we saw a 119% increase.

It remains to be seen whether this trend will continue or if the Clash hype was just a temporary fad. It appears that Clash is reducing its sponsorships of professional players this year. Although Clash Discs are indeed premium and of the highest quality, it is uncertain whether buyers will continue to choose this brand when they can purchase discs from other brands at a significantly lower cost.

Doomsday Discs

With their distinctive apocalyptic branding, unique disc designs, and efforts to foster a disc golf community, Doomsday experienced significant growth in 2023. They introduced a variety of new molds across their disc lines produced worldwide and now boast 24 different discs either announced or in production. Doomsday offers an intriguing selection of unconventional “weird” discs that attract attention to the brand, as well as a stable array of affordable, mainstay discs for regular play. With their unique offerings, Doomsday’s sales impressively increased by 73% in 2023!

Similar to Clash, a large part of Doomsday’s growth stemmed from the addition of many new discs to their lineup. As the pace of introducing new discs eventually slows, it will be interesting to see if Doomsday’s popularity continues, or if the brand is attracting mainly one-time customers more interested in experimenting with their unique disc designs.

Lone Star Discs

Lone Star was our fastest growing brand of 2022. They started 2023 strongly but experienced a slight decline towards the middle of the year. They have now become one of the larger brands in disc golf, offering a full line of discs with 38 different Lonestar molds available for sale.

On the year, Lone Star was our #8 selling brand overall. This graph shows Lone Star’s sales ranks among all disc golf brands we sell by month in 2023.

Lone Star Sales Rank

Their aggressive “team” growth at the end of 2022 undoubtedly had an impact, but it seems that their PR image has also suffered as a result. Many believe that by allowing almost anyone to join, that the costs for team members outweigh the benefits of sponsorship. Additionally, their professional team has taken a hit with the departure of key players such as Emerson Keith, Chandler Kramer, and Lisa Fajkus, who have moved on to other sponsors.

Despite the claims in their commercials, there have been numerous complaints about the quality and consistency of Lone Star’s plastic production. This negative PR has slowed the rapid growth we saw from Lone Star in 2022. It appears that Lone Star may have grown a little too quickly.

Latitude 64

Latitude 64 also demonstrated impressive sales growth of 7.12%. This is notable with as big as a brand as Latitude 64 already is and as much market share that they have. The outstanding performance of Kristin Tattar, the premium plastic lines, and it’s reputation as the most professional disc golf manufacturer undoubtedly played a crucial role in maintaining the prominence of this major disc golf brand.

In the past Dynamic Discs has been our top selling trilogy brand but this year, Latitude 64 regained the top spot and was our 6th best selling brand overall.


Disc golf’s landscape is always shifting, shaped by its pro scene and the strong opinions of players and fans alike. The influence of the professional scene, sponsored players, and grassroots brand perception is more pronounced in disc golf than in almost any other industry.

Today we spotlight the disc golf brands that surged in 2023, but keep your eyes peeled for a potential shake-up as 2024 unfolds. Will the new sponsorships of Gannon Buhr and Eagle McMahon catalyze significant growth for their respective sponsors, or will 2024 witness minimal shifts in the disc golf industry? Time alone will reveal the outcome.

Photos courtesy of DGPT

New Brighter Glowing Plastic for Innova Manufactured Discs

Glow in the dark discs

Innova recently announced a transition to a new, more effective glow solution for their glow-in-the-dark discs, promising even brighter illumination. This development is particularly exciting for those who enjoy playing disc golf at night.

Innova claims that the reason for this change is because “Our glow discs are some of our best feeling and performing flyers in the lineup, but are currently not glowing well enough to meet our customers’ needs and our standards.”

While Innova’s current glow plastic performs adequately for night games, especially when recharged with a UV flashlight before each hole, it falls short when compared to the glow offered by Kastaplast and MVP.

The Good and Bad of Brighter Glow

The upgrade means that Innova’s glow-in-the-dark plastic variants will be better suited for night play. However, the downside is the increased cost of this superior glowing plastic, leading to a slight price hike for Innova glow discs.

This might be disappointing for those who favor glow plastic mainly for its aesthetics and texture, particularly since most disc golfers use them  primarily during daytime rounds when the glow-in-the-dark feature is redundant.Glow in the Dark Disc golf Discs

What does this mean for Infinite Discs Line?

Infinite Discs is well known for our glow disc variants, particularly the Metal Flake Color Glow line. Since Innova manufactures our discs, the phase-out of the current, less expensive glow plastic means that future Infinite Discs will also adopt the trend of brighter glow, starting with new releases in the spring of 2024.

Will the New Brighter Glow Discs be marked differently?

Yes, there will be a distinction. Initially, we plan to clearly mark runs featuring the new, brighter glow plastic.

Older glow discs still in stock will be labeled as “Old Glow” plastic and sold at reduced prices.

Eventually, the new brighter glow will become the standard for all Infinite Line discs. Customers will recognize that Infinite Glow plastics are exceptionally luminous and ideal for night play.

Black Friday Week/Cyber Monday Disc Golf Deals


Our BIGGEST sale of the year is HERE

Check out our extensive BF catalog to find which of your favorite brands and products will be on mega sale between November 23-30th! This includes Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and beyond! Many major disc golf brands have their very own special day dedicated to offering the hottest deals on the disc golf market. Each day beginning at midnight EST, one or multiple brands will go on sale and/or will release some specialty disc for you to enjoy. Any price changes will go back to normal 24 hours later, so be sure to jump on these deals while they last!

For the full week of Nov. 23-30th, there will also be hundreds of products and many other disc golf brands on sale. This is THE time to stock up on your favorite disc golf products, get something new, or do some Christmas shopping for your friends and family. Check out our sales guide below to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the hottest drops or doorbuster prices.

Because there will be so much traffic on our website during the week, especially immediately following new drops, our website may experience slowdowns or could even freeze up completely. Please be patient with us, we don’t like it when this happens any more than you do. The best thing to do is close down the website, come back in 20 minutes and then try again. The worst thing you can do is attempt to keep reloading the website over and over.

The images and descriptions below will detail everything you need to know in order to prep for our biggest sale of the year

Doorbuster Deals and Discounted Accessories

We will have a large selection of disc golf bags, starter sets, and accessories on sale all week long.

This week we have a number of incredible doorbuster deals that are available while supplies last! Plus we have a huge selection of disc golf accessories that will be automatically discounted all week long!

Here is a list of discounted bags:

Disc Golf Starter Set Deals

If you’re new to the sport or just looking to get a great disc golf set as a gift, we will have many disc golf sets on sale including sets from Axiom, Divergent Discs, Discraft, X-Com, Thought Space Athletics, Viking Discs, Yikun Discs and more.

Cheap Mystery Boxes

Not sure what to buy, but know you want to get it for cheap? A Mystery box is for you. During Black Friday week, all of our most popular deals boxes will be in stock and on sale. Plus, we’ve build a special edition Black Friday 7-disc box that includes 7 of the special stamped discs from the Black Friday week– limited quantity available!

Disc Golf Racks

The MVP Disc Station will be on sale for $119.95 from Black Friday to Cyber Monday! This is an amazibg deal that you won’t want to miss!

This week, MVP has also debuted their NEW Disc Stations: The MVP Disc Station II and the MVP Disc Station III

Other Accessories On Sale

Here is a list of all the other products you can find on AMAZING sales this week:

Disc Golf Brands on Sale All Week

As for individual disc golf discs, the brands below will be on sale from Thanksgiving all the way through the week to the following Thursday. That way you can add some good deals to your shopping cart on any day while you’re shopping for some of the special drops!

In addition to discs in the Infinite Discs Line, the following links will take you to disc golf brands will be on sale all week long.

Alfa Discs Finish Line UPlay
Jester Disc Golf Goliath Discs Viking
Crosslap Guru Discs Yikun
Daredevil Kestrel Wild Discs
Disc Golf UK Launch XCom
Skyquest Momentum Wing It

FINISH LINE DISCS will be on sale all week with these excllusive special edition stamps.

In addition to this, you will find the First Run DAYTONA available for purchase as it releases on Black Friday (November 24th).

MEGA Disc Deals

If you’re looking for cheap discs, you’re not going to find cheaper prices than these anywhere. This year we will be having several BIG deals sections during our Black Friday Sales Event. This includes $4 discs, $5 discs, $6 discs, and so on. You won’t find cheaper discs than these all year! See specifics below:

5 dollar discs $6 discs $7 discs $8 Dollar 9 Dollar

Daily Drop Sales Calendar


We have some BRAND NEW Infinite Discs stamps to showcase this year on Black Friday. In addition to these new stamps, you will find that ALL Infinite Discs molds, including a huge selection of misprint and X-outs, will be on sale.
These new and unique stamps are as follows:
We are also releasing a very small quantity of the Galleon in Metal Flake Glow plastic with our new Infinite Discs mini bomber stamp. This disc was only previously available to VIP Club and Team Infinite members.
The following triple foil stamps are Infinite Discs Branded but have been stamped onto many other brands and molds, you will see these as you shop various brands:


The world’s number one disc golf manufacturer will have their big on sale on Saturday November 25th. Millennium Discs being on sale, plus we will also have these limited releases:



On Sunday November 26th, you can find these two brands and an assortment of their molds with those specialty triple foil stamps mentioned above.


We also have new, exclusive runs of two discs in Z Swirl plastic.




On the hottest online shopping day of the year, you can find MVP, Axiom, and Streamline on major discount and with these specialty triple foil stamps put on a few fun molds.
The Axiom Discs Simon Lizotte Time-Lapse will release on Black Friday, Nov, 24th


GYROpalooza 2023 Box will drop on November 24th, Black Friday!

Here’s the breakdown:

  • Eclipse R2 Neutron Envy (Triple Foil Stamp, art by Green C Studios)
  • Eclipse R2 Neutron Hex (Triple Foil Stamp, art by Scott Oswalt)
  • Eclipse R2 Neutron Crave (Triple Foil Stamp, art by Skulboy)
  • Eclipse Glitch (Triple Foil Stamp, art by Mike Inscho)
  • Neutron Detour (NEW DISC, Triple Foil Stamp, art by DoubleRam Design)
  • 4 Random Lab Second Discs
  • 2 Random MVP Pro Shop discs (could be unique runs, various artist series, or Team Series MVP discs)

This totals 11 awesome discs that you will not want to miss out on!


Thought Space Athletics will have an assortment of discs with these special triple foils stamps, as well as a BRAND NEW mold – The Pneuma, a Thomas Gilbert signature putter. This mold will release on Black Friday, Nov. 24th


While the sales end for most of the online shopping world on Cyber Monday, they keep going on at Infinite Discs for a few more days! On Tuesday we feature some of the top disc golf brands including Prodigy, Clash Discs, Lone Star Discs, and Gateway.
CLASH DISCS has a very special mold to offer you during our Black Friday sale. They have crafted a new overmold process they are calling Double Steady.
This is Clash’s first foray into the overmold world. Double Steady discs are crafted from two distinct components, providing each mold with it’s own unique appearance. They create a huge variety of different looks with fun results!
You can feel a slight seem where the two distinct plastics meet, it has about the same feel as running your thumb over a foil stamp.

NEW Bearkat Mold is one of the hottest new brands, with their explosive and disc golf team and several new molds being added to their line up this year. We have a couple exclusive Lone Star runs for you to shop during our sale.


Check out the special stamps again on many PRODIGY molds!
GATEWAY Wizards are a popular putter that we always like to create a special stamp for during our Black Friday sales. This year, we have a Rock N’ Roll Wizard for you to enjoy.


We have some special drops coming to you from these three fun brands–  Kastaplast, Dino Discs, and Doomsday Discs.
First, KASTAPLAST has two specialty discs dropping on Wednesday. Their newly released Vass in K1 Glow, and an all black K1 Soft Berg with a signature “Berger” stamp.

DOOMSDAY DISCS are widely known for their conspiratorial nature and unwavering fans. They are excited to have us sell their first ever glowing red isolation plastic, available in the Cataclysm mold featuring a quite catastrophic stamp.
DINO DISCS are created for kids and those with smaller arm speeds to which would benefit from ultra lightweight discs. Dino Discs is excited to offer a new complete Disc Golf Set that glows in the dark with new stamp designs! Get one HERE.


Our Cyber sales week comes to a close by featuring these four final brands. Dynamic DiscsLATITUDE 64, and Westside all have a variety of molds with our new and unique triple foil designs. Plus all discs by these brands will be automatically discounted for the day.
We will also have a very limited number of LATITUDE 64 Rakaten with a logo bottom stamp.

DISCMANIA will feature a wide selection of molds with three unique triple foil stamps as well:

This is also the final day of the all week sale items and doorbuster deals. Be sure to check those out HERE


Black Friday FAQ’s

Why does your Black Friday sales week spread out among so many days?

There are a few reasons that we need to structure are sales this way. The primary reason is to keep our website functioning. By spreading out the different special drops and sales among the hottest disc golf brands, we spread out our server load. In addition to our limited website capacity, this also helps our shipping crew not get too far behind.

How long will shipping take?

We will be having our shipping stations working extra hours on Friday and Saturday, and will do all we can to get your black Friday purchases shipped in a timely manner. Our shipping focus will be on expedited orders, and we will do our best to get shipping upgrades sent out the same  or next business day. As for other orders, we will do our best to pull, pack, and ship them out as soon as possible.

The major mail carriers also anticipate high shipping volume for the weekend, but with increased demand there is also more potential for errors and delayed packages. If you are really anxious to get your new Cyber week discs, then we recommend the expedited shipping upgrade during this busy time.

We will be unable to accommodate combined shipping requests for multiple orders at this time due to the high volume of sales. Please anticipate paying for shipping multiple times, or plan to make your order all at once.

What time do the new releases drop?

New releases drop at midnight Eastern time each night, so if you live in California, the next day’s Black Friday releases are active at 9 PM.




Doorbuster Deals – Discs starting at just $4 Each!

Doorbuster Sale

Don’t miss out on our Black Friday Doorbuster Deals. These deals represent more than just seasonal savings; they’re our best prices to date on an extensive range of discs from all the major brands. Shop with confidence knowing you’re securing the lowest deals on disc golf good in years.

Our Black Friday disc deals selection includes more than 5,000 discs, each priced at a mere $10 or less, with some as low as $4! These aren’t just discounts; they’re door-smashing deals marking a staggering 40-80% off regular retail prices.

Forget about wholesale; we’re talking prices that dive even lower, making history as the most jaw-dropping sale we’ve ever hosted. This includes discs from Alfa Discs, Cheengz, Crosslap, DGA, Disc Golf UK, Discmania, Discraft, Disctroyer, Divergent Discs, Doomsday Discs, Dynamic Discs, EV-7, Guru Disc Golf, Infinite Discs, Innova, Launch, Legacy, Lone Star, MVP Prodigy, Reptilian, RPM, Skyquest, Storm, TSA and Uplay.
Don’t let these once-in-a-lifetime deals slip through your fingers. Dive into our dedicated doorbuster pages and catch these incredible deals before they’re gone. Remember, these prices are not just low; they’re history-making, and they’re here for you right now. Shop smart, save big, and celebrate Black Friday with us—where every deal is a steal!

Go to the specific doorbuster disc pages here:

Some of these will go VERY Fast. Act now before the best are gone. Doorbusters are on sale from Thanksgiving through November 30th (or while supplies last). Throughout the week we will restock some disc molds to ensure that everyone has a chance to get some ultra cheap discs.

Doorbuster Disc Disclaimer

Because these discs are priced so inexpensive, you may not receive an exact match of the disc pictured. Some doorbuster discs stamps or disc color may be slightly different than the ones pictured.

Other Doorbuster Products

In addition to ultra low price discs, don’t miss out on these great prices on disc golf swag available all week long.

Doorbuster bags:

Box Sets

Mystery Boxes

Other Doorbuster Accessories

New Disc Golf Discs of 2023

Ten years ago in 2013, when Paul McBeth was a 2-time World Champion, the PDGA approved 75 new molds. Cut to 2023 when the PDGA approved molds from 78 different brands!

So far this year, 256 different molds have been approved (including retooled molds). That eclipses last year’s record of 223, and we still have more than a month left in the year!

Check out the newest molds from lots of different brands. Then answer some questions at the end of the list for your chance to win some Infinite Discs Gift Cards!

Above Ground Level

The California brand continues to grow and expand their lineup. This year they added a putter that looks to be straight flying and shapable.


Axiom Discs

Axiom will be rolling out molds for the new Simon Line of discs. The limited edition prototype Time-Lapses sold out quickly. The The Time-Lapse was the first disc in the Simon Line, and the Pixel is the second.


Birdie Disc Golf Supply added a midrange and a high-speed driver to their lineup in 2023. The Reach will be a speed 12 disc with popular flight numbers.

Black Zombie Disc Golf

Black Zombie continues with their mission to conquer baskets around the world, adding a control driver to their arsenal.

Clash Discs

Although Clash is a young company, they are constantly adding tasty discs to their growing smorgasbord of molds. That includes every type of disc.

Disc Golf Association

DGA is a well-established name in the world of discs golf. Yet they are still coming up with new discs. The Avalanche is an overstable control driver that will sail through a headwind like it’s a calm day.


Discmania new offerings include retooled former molds and a new mold.


Discraft gave their popular Zone a little more beef with the new Zone OS. They also added a control driver, the Cicada.


The Estonian company, Disctroyer, got approved for the sixth disc. The new mold appears to be an overstable midrange.

Doomsday Discs

Doomsday Discs is another new disc golf brand that resulted from the pandemic boom. Last year Doomsday introduced 8 different PDGA approved Molds as well as a few that are not nor ever will be approved for PDGA tournament play.

The first new Doomsday Disc, the bunker buster, is like something you have never seen before. It is an ultra understable wide diameter driver. Think Condor size, but with a Leopard rim.
New Doomsday Discs this year include:

Dynamic Discs

Dynamic is continuing to expand their line and support Ricky Wysocki with some awesome discs in 2023.

Elevation Disc Golf

Elevation Disc Golf is expanding their line of super soft rubber discs with what appears to be a new fairway driver, the Gecko.

Finish Line Discs

Finish Line Discs saw immediate success last year with the introduction of their first disc the ERA. Late in 2022 they also introduced the new Supra midrange. They have plans of releasing 5 new discs in 2023 beginning with the Pace Putter in February.

Full Turn Discs

Full Turn Discs, a company out of Branson Missouri who partners with Prodiscus to make their own line, will be releasing a new midrange called the Glide in 2023.

Gateway Disc Sports

Gateway has some new discs this year, and some variations of existing molds. The new molds are all high-speed drivers.

Goliath Discs

Located in Iowa, this Christian-based brand had a big year for new discs, with seven additional molds now in their lineup.

Hooligan Discs

This young brand got a couple more molds approved this year. We are looking forward to testing them out.

Infinite Discs

We started selling our own molds several years ago, and our disc offerings haven’t slowed down. We added several more new Infinite molds to our lineup, including control drivers, a distance driver, and a putter.


The #1 Manufacturer of Disc golf already has just about every possible disc you can think of, yet Innova still manages to come out with a few new molds each year. Their newest release the Charger is a high speed driver described as a mix of the Destroyer and Shryke (two of their best selling drivers). This disc has already been released and is now available.

Jester Disc Golf

Jester disc golf is a new brand that released three new molds this year. Their ‘Peace and Love’ theme is something the world could use right now!


With a name that translates to “throw plastic”, Kastaplast continues to produce some of the best plastics in the industry. They had several new molds approved this year, including a variation of one of their popular discs, the Berg.


Loft  Discs

This Danish brand added a couple new molds to their library of premium discs.

Legacy Discs

After a relatively long break in new mold releases, the Legacy Disc Rebel was approved by the PDGA recently and will likely be released sometime in 2023.

Lonestar Discs

No other disc golf manufacturer has introduced so many discs in such a short period of time. In 2022 alone Lone Star introduced 22 new disc molds! This rapid growth of the Lone Star line doesn’t seem to be slowing with their increase of sponsored players.

Millennium Golf Discs

A midrange and control driver will be the next molds offered by Millennium.

Mint Discs

Mint Discs is just a few years old now, and they continue to create new molds for their brand. This year they got three new molds approved.

Momentum Discs AB

A couple new putters were added to Momentum‘s list of molds available. That brings their total to five molds.

MVP Disc Sports

Already well established in the disc golf world, MVP still creates new molds for overmold fans around the world. The Trail and Detour are James Conrad series discs.

Neptune Discs

A new company out of Virginia, Neptune released their first three molds this year: a putter, a midrange and a control driver.

Osuma Disc

Headquartered in Finland, Osuma Disc is another brand that just started selling discs, and got all of their available molds approved this year.

Pie Pan Discs

Pie Pan is a new disc manufacturer out of Ohio that Infinite Discs just discovered. We first started selling their discs this year.

Premier Discs

Premier Discs is another new disc golf brand. Their new fairway driver the War Bear was recently PDGA approved.

Prodigy Disc

Prodigy is known to support some of the top pros, and their two approved discs this year have those pro fingerprints all over them. World Champion Isaac Robinson helped design the Archive, while Kevin Jones collaborated on the Feedback


Prodiscus has announced their first new release in several years with the PDGA approval of the Empire.

Reptilian Disc Golf

Two new discs from Reptilian were approved and are awaiting manufacture.

RPM Discs/Disc Golf Aotearoa

Out of New Zealand, RPM has local wildlife themed molds. This year they created a new high-speed driver and a retooled midrange

Sacred Discs

Getting its entire lineup approved this year, Sacred Discs infuses their product line with uplifting essences of plants and minerals.

Streamline Discs

Part of the MVP family, Streamline discs don’t have the overmold technology that MVP and Axiom are famous for. Instead, they create discs with amazing plastic and a variety of flights.

Terminal Velocity

The second disc in the Terminal Velocity Line is a driver called the Cervini. This disc was PDGA approved January 9th, and we expect a 2023 retail release.

Thought Space Athletics

TSA is known for the amazing stamps that adorn their molds. They have added two more molds this year that are approved, but unreleased.

Trash Panda Disc Golf

Jesse from Trash Panda had a goal and a dream: He wanted to make a disc out of recycled plastic, which was also completely recyclable. It took a couple years, but he achieved his goal. Last year Trash Panda released the Inner Core, this year they released the Dune. Congrats!

Wild Discs

Wild Discs continues to expand their line and the manufacturers they use for their brand. New Wild releases for 2023 include:

Wing It Discs

Up and coming brand Wing It Discs will add a second disc to their arsenal early this year.  It appears it will be a new high speed Driver.

Did you see any discs that looked tantalizing?

Let us know which brand or molds you’ve tried, or are looking forward to trying. We’ll select a few random commenters and send them an Infinite Discs gift card!

Best Disc Golf Discs for Beginners

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If you’re stepping into the world of disc golf, you’ve probably noticed that their are a lot of different discs to choose from. Believe us, by trying to keep more than a hundred thousand discs in stock, we know just how many different discs there are. The choices can be overwhelming, but we are here to help you out. A new feature of our website shows exactly the most recommended disc golf discs for beginners.

Infinite Discs began in 2012 with a focus on disc reviews. We encouraged reviewers (disc golfers of all skill levels) to rate and review the different disc golf discs that they have thrown. In the review section, one of the criteria reviewers select is “beginner friendliness.”

The lists compiled below show you the most recommended discs for beginners. This is the perfect place to start if you’re trying to figure out what the best disc is for you.

Now, just because a disc is most recommended for beginners doesn’t guarantee that it will be the best disc for you or any other beginner. Because these lists are autogenerated based on overall recommendations, the general “most popular” discs are the ones that rank highest. There are many great beginner discs from lesser known brands and disc molds that simply don’t make the list because they just haven’t been reviewed enough. Be sure to check out the comments at the bottom of the page for more disc selection advice from beginners — or at least those who once were beginners.

Here are the top 10 lists of the most recommended golf discs for beginners:

Overall Most Recommended Disc Golf Discs for Beginners

Discraft Buzzz - Most recommended disc for beginners

  1. Discraft Buzzz: The Buzzz is the Swiss Army knife of midrange discs—versatile, reliable, and essential for any beginner looking to sharpen their game.
  2. Innova Mako3: A true magician on the course, the Mako3 effortlessly glides through the air, making it the go-to midrange for players seeking control and consistency.
  3. Dynamic Discs Judge: The Judge rules the putting green with an iron grip, offering a dependable and comfortable feel in the hands of disc golf novices.
  4. Infinite Discs Sphinx: The Sphinx, like its namesake, unlocks secrets to effortless distance for beginners, making it a trusted companion for those finding their flight.
  5. Axiom Envy: The Envy is not just a putter; it’s a confidence booster, granting beginners the power to approach every shot with poise and precision.
  6. Innova Leopard: The Leopard, a timeless classic, is a gateway to fairway mastery, blending speed and control for a smooth ride through the course.
  7. Innova Aviar: The Aviar, a putting maestro, is the trusted ally for beginners honing their short game skills and seeking reliability in every throw.
  8. Infinite Discs Tomb: The Tomb, with its mystical flight, digs deep into the hearts of players, offering a unique and enjoyable experience on the disc golf journey.
  9. Innova TeeBird: The TeeBird, a true workhorse, is a fairway driver that beginners can rely on for accuracy and control, making it an indispensable part of any bag.
  10. Axiom Virus: The Virus infects the course with enthusiasm, giving beginners a taste of dynamic distance and a contagious passion for the game.See the entire list of most recommended beginner discs here.

Let’s break it down by category—drivers, midranges, and putters—because each phase of your game deserves its own spotlight.

Most Recommended Distance Drivers for Beginners

Many so called disc golf experts never recommend distance drivers for beginners at all. Most beginner sets don’t include a distance driver because new players don’t have the arm speed for a high speed disc and so make up for it by learning bad form and habits. This may be true in some cases, but when a beginner has the right distance driver, it will go farther for them than other discs. New players can still get a full flight path out of distance drivers if the disc is the right stability for their arm speed.  In my experience, distance is the #1 thing new disc golfers want more of, so consider trying one of these most recommended distance drivers for beginners. Lighter weight discs are generally more understable and easier to throw so consider choosing from lighter weights of the following:

  1. Innova Mamba
  2. Infinite Discs Maya
  3. Lone Star Tumbleweed
  4. Discraft Avenger SS
  5. Latitude 64 Sapphire
  6. MVP Wave
  7. Infinite Discs Aztec
  8. Lone Star Curl
  9. Axiom Virus
  10. Infinite Discs I-Blend Pharaoh

See the full list of recommended distance drivers for new players.

Best Fairway Drivers for Beginners

Stack of the most recommended fairway drivers for new playersFairway drivers are the usual driver type found in disc golf starter sets because these are just great discs for beginners. For those new to disc golf, the feel and flight of a golf discs is substantially different than a traditional frisbee. The fairway drivers recommended for beginners are typically understable in nature to provide good distance and a straighter flight path. If you’re looking for your first driver as a beginner I personally recommend and understable, low speed fairway driver.

I find it interesting that this list has several discs like the Dynasty, Teebird, and Exodus that I wouldn’t describe as understable. These discs are recommended for new players because in addition to a straight flying control drirer, it’s also nice to have discs that will provide a consistent fade, not easily turn over, and handle windy conditions. In addition, remember that these lists are auto generated based on the number of recommendations by reviewers, so the more popular discs are more likely it is to have “highly recommended” for beginners votes.

If you prefer forehand throws, you’ll probably also want to consider a fairway driver with a bit more overstability.

Here is the list of the most recommended fairway drivers for beginners:

  1. Latitude 64 River
  2. Innova Leopard
  3. Infinite Discs Centurion
  4. Infinite Discs Dynasty
  5. Infinite Discs Sphinx
  6. Innova Teebird
  7. Infinite Discs Exodus
  8. Axiom Crave
  9. Innova Leopard3
  10. Wing It Disc Golf Stratosphere

Full list of best fairway drivers for new players.

Most Recommended Midrange Discs for Beginners

DD TruthMidranges are a great choice for new players. If you’re going to play disc golf with only a single disc, a midrange is an excellent choice. I find it interesting that this list consists primarily of neutral flying midranges. For a true beginner or low arm speed player, I would recommend a more understable mid, but all of the midranges most recommended for beginners are discs that you can grow with. They are good for new players, but professionals also use these discs for controlled shots where they want a perfectly straight flight through a tunnel of trees.

  1. Innova Mako3
  2. Discraft Buzzz
  3. Axiom Hex
  4. Axiom Paradox
  5. Infinite Discs Chariot
  6. Infinite Discs Anubis
  7. Dynamic Discs Truth
  8. TSA Pathfinder
  9. Discraft Sol
  10. Latitude 64 Fuse

Full list of most recommended midrange discs.

Best Putters for Beginners

Infinite Discs tomb. One of the most recommended putt and approach discs for beginners.

Putters are the most universally applicable style of disc golf disc. Because of their more blunt rim and slower speed, it’s usually not too difficult for a player to throw most putter varieties and keep the flight mostly straight. With that said, these are the most recommended disc golf putters for beginners:

  1. Axiom Envy
  2. Infinite Discs Alpaca
  3. MVP Glitch
  4. Infinite Discs Tomb
  5. Dynamic Discs Judge
  6. TSA Praxis
  7. Kastaplst Berg
  8. Latitude 64 Pure
  9. Lone Star Discs Armadillo
  10. Dynamic Discs Emac Judge

View full list of all the highest rated beginner putt and approach discs.

Best Understable Discs for Beginners

Valkyrie DriverFor beginners stepping onto the disc golf scene, the guidance often leans toward the embrace of understable discs, and with good reason. These discs, designed to veer right for right-handed backhand throws, are ideal for players who are still honing their technique and building arm speed. Understable discs allow novices to achieve more distance and a straighter flight path. Unlike their stable or overstable counterparts, understable discs demand less arm speed, making them easier to get a full flight and more distance out of. For recreational disc golfers, it’s not just about mastering the throw; it’s about enjoying the flight, and understable discs offer a smoother, more satisfying journey for beginners finding their rhythm on the course.

These are the most recommended understable golf discs for new players:

  1. Latitude 64 River
  2. Innova Leopard
  3. Axiom Paradox
  4. Infinite Discs Sphinx
  5. Innova Mamba
  6. Discraft Sol
  7. Innova Leopard 3
  8. Infinite Discs Maya
  9. Latitude 64 Fuse
  10. Lone Star Discs BB6

See the entire list of most recommended understable drivers.

Most Recommended Discs for Beginners by Brand

Do you have a favorite disc golf Brand?

If you’re familiar with a disc golf brand and want to see which of their discs are the best for beginners, be sure to check out the most recommended disc golf discs for beginners for each of the following brands:

Now, remember that these lists are populated based on recommendations from disc golfers. Many who take the time to rate and review numerous disc golf discs are die-hard enthusiasts, and I wouldn’t categorize them as beginners. While an experienced player might believe a disc that’s too understable for them is suitable for beginners, it might still possess slightly too much stability for optimal performance. Nonetheless, having thrown almost all of the discs on this list, I can attest to its quality.
If you’re a beginner, I hope these lists assist you in finding discs that enhance your throws and bring greater satisfaction from playing disc golf.

What makes a disc good for beginners?

New disc golfer throwing in autumn down a tight fairway
1. Distance – New players always want more distance. Without a doubt, achieving more distance is their primary desire. Understable drivers recommended for beginners are going to provide you with more distance.
2. Provides Control – While distance is crucial, controlling the disc’s trajectory is even more vital for reducing scores. The discs mentioned in the lists above are known for their consistent performance.
3. Made with Quality Plastic – Sure, there are inexpensive frisbee golf discs from China available on Amazon, but those are often of subpar quality. Such low-grade plastics don’t last, and are made by people who have never even played disc golf! In contrast, the discs recommended on these lists by thousands of reviewers all come from trustworthy manufacturers dedicated to the sport of disc golf. Check out this article to learn more about the best disc golf plastics.

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Disc Golf X-Outs, Misprints and Factory Seconds

Misprint and X Out Golf Discs on a Shelf

In this post we will cover what these terms mean, when you should use them, and how to find them. In disc golf, factory seconds, x-outs, and misprints are basically discs that didn’t make the cut for regular retail sales. These discs are typically of good quality but may have small defects that make them unacceptable for “normal” sale.

X-Out Discs

X-out disc golf discs (also known as factory seconds) have slight factory defects that don’t meet manufacturer standards. Because the quality of these discs is not good enough to be sold at full price, you can save some money by purchasing factory second discs.

Reasons Discs Get Classified as X-Out Factory Seconds

There are several reasons why certain discs get classified as factory seconds. The most common defects come from unwanted air bubbles in the rim, black specs that somehow end up in the disc, small bumps, gouges in the rim, and errors in color configuration.

  • Air Bubbles
  • Poor Flashing Removal
  • Unusual indentations in rim
  • Overly Domey
  • Puddle Top
  • Wavey Flight Plate
  • Foreign Particles in the Plastic

With certain factory seconds, it’s baffling why they didn’t meet manufacturer standards because they appear identical to their full-price counterparts. Manufacturers sometimes detect minor imperfections in a batch, leading them to classify the entire lot as X-Outs, even though many discs within it are perfectly sound. It’s a bit of a mystery sometimes, but it means snagging a great deal on discs that might be virtually indistinguishable from the regular ones.

Downside of Factory Second Discs

While factory second defects are primarily cosmetic and are not supposed to have a significant effect on flight characteristics or durability.

With that said, some factory second defects do substantially alter the flight of the discs. If you notice a visual bulge, extra dome, or indention in your factory second disc, this disc will fly a little bit differently than the unblemished variety. For this reason, buying factory seconds is not always the best way to try new discs if you’re looking to replace a disc with a specific flight path.

To make things slightly more confusing… When golf discs have serious defects that will alter flight, manufacturers like Innova and Latitude 64 recycle and regrind the plastic rather than try to resell blemished discs. Discs made from this “recycled plastic” are sold as a unique plastic blend called “echo star” or ” recycled.” These discs aren’t actually factory seconds, they are simply a different plastic blend made from recycled materials — and usually priced less.

We do carry several recycled discs available for sale. This plastic is an option for many of the common Trilogy Discs. These plastic types are known respectably as “recycled”, “reprocessed” and “Bio Fuzion” and are found under the individual disc pages. Infinite Discs I-Blend plastic is made partially of recycled plastic parts.

Click this link to search from our assortment of X-Out Factory Second Discs

Factory Second Disc with extra dome

Misprint Golf Discs

Misprint discs meet manufacturer standards during production, but the flaws occur during the hot stamping process. In many cases these discs were stamped multiple times. This Dynamic Discs Trespass was stamped twice in slightly different places.

In other instances, the foil didn’t set properly and created a flaw in the print.  Sometimes these print blemishes are very minor. In this Misprint Latitude 64 Halo, you can see how the O is slightly faded, and how part of the Gold Line emblem is blank.

Once in a while, discs are simply given the wrong stamp. While it may have the Ape stamp, it’s actually a Valkyrie. Always look at the handwritten or engraved disc name on the bottom of the disc to determine the actual mold.

The reality is, after a few throws disc stamps are going to get scratched anyways. Discs that are double stamped are unique, and sometimes create even more impressive artwork. The double stamp of this Westside Stag gives it a unique 3D effect.

If you’re the type of person that likes high quality discs, but not high prices, misprint and factory seconds are your best bet for low-cost discs.Disc with stamping error and foil on the rim

Best Way to Find Misprints and X-Outs for Sale

When adding products to our employees have a field called “additional input” where they label additional information about each specific disc they manually add to inventory.

If the factory second disc also has a special “Factory Second” stamp, it will also be found under our Factory Second Stamp type page here.

We have a large team and because it is humans who do our inventory adding errors do occur. It is not uncommon for you to find misprints or x-outs that were not labeled and are found in other locations on our website. In general the “plastic type” (and lower price) will help you to determine if the disc is indeed an X-Out.

For consistency and ease of entering the data, we enter all misprints or factory second discs into our system with the term “x-out” listed after the plastic name in the plastic type field. If you see the plastic type is “Star x-out”, then the price has been discounted and the disc you will receive is a misprinted or factory second version of Star plastic.

To view the misprint and factory second golf discs we have on our “additional input” and stamp type pages, the links below will take you directly to all the search results.

Another way to find  X-Outs on is by using our “Advanced Discs Search

Under “Stamp” you can select “X-Out Factory Second” and then narrow down your factory second search by disc brand, type, color, or flight ratings.  (Note: We don’t always enter in the stamp type properly, so while this search can pull up some specific misprint discs, not all factory seconds will necessarily show up under this search.)

Tournament Sponsor disc with a double stamp

Why Should You Buy X-Outs and Misprints?


There are a number of different reasons to buy Factory Second, X-Out, and Misprint Discs. The primary reason is price. Because of the manufacturing or stamping errors, you get a price break.

Losable Discs – That aren’t heart breaking to replace

Factory Second discs are your go-to when you’re not a stickler for a specific flight path. They’re perfect for those days when you just want to hit the course without worrying too much about precision. These discs shine as “losable discs,” especially if your regular disc golf playground is adorned with water hazards or dense vegetation. Losing one won’t break the bank, and you won’t lose sleep over it either.

Great for Practice

Now, let’s talk practice. Picture this: you’ve found your favorite molds, and you’re itching to hone your skills on the field. Enter Factory Seconds. Why buy one when you can grab a bunch? Load up with 10 Factory Seconds, and you’ve got yourself the perfect arsenal for field work and practice sessions. It’s cost-effective, efficient, and lets you focus on perfecting your game.

Character and Collectability?

On the other hand, Misprint discs offer a different kind of charm. The visual quirks and unique misprints give these discs character. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t want a disc with a story to tell? Misprints are the way to go when you’re more about saving money than obsessing over the visual aesthetics of your disc. Misprints, being one-of-a-kind, frequently command high prices in the secondary collectors’ market.

The best part? Misprints maintain the same flight characteristics as their full-priced counterparts. So, when you’re tackling courses where disc loss is practically inevitable, these are your saving grace. You get to keep your “go-to” without breaking the bank or your heart when it takes an unexpected detour into the unknown.

In a nutshell, Factory Second and Misprint discs are the savvy disc golfer’s secret weapons. They’re practical, economical, and add a dash of personality to your game.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Infinite Discs with double stamps x-outs or misprints?

They could be both, but most of the times a double stamp will be a misprint. If there is a stamping error where there was dropout or the disc wasn’t wasn’t aligned properly, to ensure that our inventory team knows it’s a misprint, the stamp team simply stamps the disc again a second time. Other brands like Dynamic Discs seem to do the same thing to signify a misprint.

What does X Out mean in disc golf?

X-Out is simply a term used for a factory second. There is no universal term used among the different disc golf brands so in some cases the terminology will vary. When Innova manufactures a disc that doesn’t meet their quality guidelines, they manually mark it with an X on the top of the flight plate. An X-Out is a disc that meets the criteria for sale but falls short of the full retail standard, resulting in a discounted price and designation as an X-Out.

How can I tell if an X-out Infinite Disc is actually just a Misprint?

When we get factory second discs from Innova, they are always marked with a small X on the top of the flight plate. While we often stamp these F2’s with fun stamps, the X marked  underneath the stamp indicates that the disc didn’t pass the manufacturing guidelines.

The nice thing is that whether it’s a factory second or a misprint, it’s always going to be less expensive than the blemished version. 

Are MVP “Factory Misprints” factory seconds or Misprints?

MVP has two different blemished discs stamps that they use. When the discs has the “lab seconds” stamp, it is a manufacturing error.

When the discs have the “Factory Misprint” stamp, from what I can tell, these are misprint errors rather than manufacturing. MVP’s 3 foil machine has a very high dropout rate and so the rate of misprint MVP discs seems to be higher than with other brands.

Because MVP does the second “factory misprint” stamp on top of the original fallout stamp, it’s sometimes hard to see the original stamp blemish. This is the case for MVP, Axiom, and Streamline discs I’ve viewed wit

Are Factory Seconds as durable as other discs?

Yes. At least usually. Factory second discs share the same plastic variations as their standard counterparts. However, there are instances where manufacturers may switch between plastic varieties, resulting in occasional differences. These unique blends might not match the durability of pure polymers.

Are Factory Seconds PDGA Approved?

Yes. Factory Second discs are PDGA approved, meaning they meet the standards set by the Professional Disc Golf Association for disc golf size, weight, dimensions, and flexibility. While factory seconds may have minor cosmetic blemishes or variations, their approval shape aligns with the regulations, allowing disc golfers to confidently use them in PDGA-sanctioned events without any concerns about compliance. If a disc a manufacturer makes will not align with PDGA standards, then they should not release them to the public.

What is an Innova F2?

Innova often uses a F2 stamp on their factory second discs. The Innova F2 is not actually a disc but can be any number of Innova discs that are signified as factory seconds. We often get confused customers who receive a disc with an Innova factory second stamp and wonder what disc the Innova F2 is.

Why are there so many Misprints?

The hot stamping technique employed in disc golf is grounded in rather dated technology, with few companies producing hot stamp machines today. At Infinite Discs, both machines in use are actually refurbished units from the past. This method relies on a marriage of temperature and pressure to bond foil to plastics.

Aligning the stamping process is no small feat due to the diverse shapes, dome varieties, and plastic options of each disc mold. The intricacies don’t stop there—different foil types react distinctively to various plastic compositions, and variations in flight plate thickness demand constant adjustments. Setting up our hot stamp can be quite a process, often taking up to half an hour, involving ample trial and error and lots of painters tape to find that sweet spot where the disc stamps just right, applying the correct pressure without any dropout. It’s a meticulous process to achieve disc stamping perfection. This is the reason there are so many misprints in disc golf.

Why do some discs have double or even multiple stamps?

Stamping discs is a bit of an art. When our creative team at Infinite Discs set up the stamp machines, they often use a factory second disc for practice runs. It ensures the settings are spot-on and that each stamp plate hits just right before pulling out the full price discs. This is why you might spot certain stamps on factory seconds that don’t match the actual disc. It’s also another reason you can get some unique collectable discs by shopping through X-Outs.

Finish Line Disc with Double Stamp

What Brands Does Infinite Discs Stamp?

We hot stamp a number of different disc golf brands in house which may result in misprint discs. We stamp all or almost all the discs for the following brands:

  • Infinite Discs
  • Finish Line Discs
  • Dino Discs
  • Wing-It Disc Golf

In addition to stock stamps, we also have many of these discs available as blanks for event and tournament sponsorship. Because we do all the stamping for these brands, there is a good chance that we have actual misprint discs for them.

In addition, we do special runs or stamping for some molds for the following brands. When we do custom stamping “in house” we will likely have at least a few hot stamping errors where these products will be listed as misprints. If you find a three foil stamp version of any of these brands, we likely did the hot stamping.

  • Birdie Disc Golf
  • Clash Discs
  • Discmania
  • Discraft
  • Doomsday Discs
  • Dynamic Discs
  • Divergent Discs
  • Kastaplast
  • Latitude 64
  • Legacy
  • Lone Star Disc
  • MVP
  • Prodigy
  • Prodiscus
  • RPM Discs
  • UPlay
  • Viking
  • Wild Discs
  • Yikun


In conclusion, factory seconds or x-outs, with their slight defects, offer an affordable alternative for disc purchases. Misprints add character with flaws arising during the stamping process. Our guide has not only explained the nature of these discs but also provided practical insights into finding and purchasing them. From economic advantages to suitability for practice and the allure of collectability, factory seconds and misprints emerge as valuable choices for players, practitioners, and collectors alike. Delve into the world of disc golf X-Outs and misprints with our easy to search pages on

Frolf Discs – Best FRisbee gOLF Discs

Frolf Discs

You probably found this page because you’ve played a round of frolf or two, or three, and are ready to get your own frisbee golf discs.

What does Frolf mean?

The word frolf simply combines the first two letters from FRisbee and the last three from gOLF. Frolf simply means playing a golf like game with a frisbee or disc. Some people also abbreviate this even more and call the game FOLF.

There are primarily two types of frisbee golfers: those who play occasionally and refer to the flying discs as “frisbees” or “frolf discs,” and hard core players who refer to these objects only as “discs.” Now, the terminology varies by location, years playing, etc., but here is my basic run down of the difference between frolfers and hard core disc golfers.

Difference Between Frolfers and Disc Golfers


Disc Golfers Frolfers
Use the terminology Frisbee Golf No Yes
Own Multiple Discs Yes Not Usually
Use Discs Not Designed for Disc Golf Never Sometimes
Don’t Own any Discs Never Sometimes
Spend Hours Learning Proper Form Sometimes What is That?
Play Multiple Courses Yes Frisbee Golf has courses?
Refer to the “Basket” as the Goal No Sometimes
Play in Tournaments Yes
Is playing with my friends a tournament?
Understand Disc Golf Flight Numbers Yes No
Understand Disc Stability Yes Is that like different weights?
Know of multiple disc golf brands Yes
There are different disc golf brands!
Can make a disc hyzer flip Yes Frisbee Golf discs turn right!
Throw Less than 200 Feet in Total Distance Usually Occasionally
Watch Professional Disc Golf Yes People play disc golf for money!
Consider Frolf a Cuss Word Yes No
Shop at Infinite Discs Yes Starting Today..

Frolfers use one to three discs per round, sometimes actual Frisbees not designed specifically for disc golf, and can rarely throw more than 200 feet. Frolf Discs include Ultimate Frisbees, aerobies, or even the cheap-o plastic frisbees you get at a parade.

While frolf is sometimes played on actual courses with chain filled baskets, it is also played using trees, poles, or other objects as targets. Frolf is a recreational activity, a time out with friends and family and is not primarily a competitive activity. Sure, there may be some competition, but there is no training or practicing. There is actually a website devoted to frolf and its true definition.

Frolfers do not know disc golf terminology are not concerned about technique, form, foot faults, or following the rules. In fact, they likely don’t even know what good form is, or that there even is a disc golf form. And there are official rules to disc golf? But aren’t you just throwing frisbees?

But… It happens all the time. Frolf is so fun, maybe you were the best at your family reunion and you’re ready to play it some more. If you’re ready to buy your own discs designed exclusively for disc golf, then you might be advancing to that of a disc golfer.

Hard Core Disc Golfers own literally dozens of discs in many different plastic variations and blends. These players have huge backpacks or carts they use to haul around their discs made by companies such as Innova, Discraft, and Latitude 64. These disc golfers can throw their distance drivers 300, 400, and sometimes even 500+ feet!

As a good frolfer, I thought I could throw a frisbee pretty hard until I went to a disc golf league and started playing with with real hard core disc golfers.

Hard core disc golfers shun the word frolf, folf, and frisbee golf, and are likely to take offense if you use one of these f-words.

Is it Okay to use the term Frolf?

Yes. But ONLY if you are not at a disc golf league, tournament, or around people who consider this term offensive to their beloved sport. If you’ve decided that you are going to become a disc golfer, then you should try your best to move the f word out of your vocabulary.

Best Discs for Frolfers

There are literally hundreds of different frisbee golf discs available in dozens of plastic varieties. The reality is that most discs made specifically for disc golf are not suitable for frolfers. Throwing “high-speed overstable discs” will simply be frustrating for a player trying to learn the basics game.

Our site has several tools to help golfers find the absolute best frolf discs.

1. Sort by discs that are recommended for beginners.

Using our “find the perfect disc” feature, one of the options is, “player skill level.” By selecting beginner, you’ll be able to see different putters, midrange discs, and drivers, that will help improve performance for a round of frolf and make it more fun. Click this link for a recommendation of the best frolf discs for beginners.

2. Beginner Frisbee Golf Sets

Frolf Starter SetsOne of the best way to get good golf discs for beginners, at an excellent price, is to purchase beginner sets. We offer several different variations of starter sets from the leading disc manufacturers. Here is the link to all of the beginner sets that we sell.

Warning for buying disc golf sets on the internet: Be very careful when buying disc golf sets on Amazon, E-Bay, and Walmart. Many of the discs in these sets are complete garbage made by Chinese manufacturers who no nothing about disc flight or disc golf. These discs are not even fit for the most casual frolfers. Here is our list of disc golf sets frolfers should avoid at all costs:

3. Our Most recommended for beginners pages.

Our website has thousands of disc golf reviews. Every time a player reviews a disc, they are asked to rate how “beginner friendly” the disc is.

Those rated most “beginner friendly” appear at the top of each page.

4. Beginners Guide to Buying Golf Discs

Our beginners guide to buying frisbee golf discs goes over some of the basics of disc golf flight, as well as tips to help navigate our site. This will help you to understand what the many different disc golf options mean, like the differences between plastic types, disc weights, and the best ways to get cheap frisbees. Read the beginners guide here.

Cheap Frisbee Golf Discs

If you’re looking for cheap, inexpensive discs, then you have also come to the right place. We offer the best price for frisbee golf discs. For even lower prices on quality plastic, be sure to check out our “on-sale discs” page.

While there are many different manufacturers and models of disc golf discs, the biggest key to determine which discs are inexpensive has to do with the plastic type. The cheapest frolf discs available come in an inexpensive plastic that isn’t very durable.

For most frolfers, these inexpensive discs work just fine and fly well enough, even when they are “broken in” a little and have a few dings. If you plan to get into competitive disc golf, we don’t recommend base plastic discs, but if you know you will always be a recreational frolfer, these discs will work just fine. Simply sort by price for any disc model you look at.

The brands that have the cheapest disc golf plastics include:

On Sale Selection

Every week on Wednesday we select a new batch of products to put on sale. These products are typically on sale because we are overstocked on these molds (our bag) or just have something special we want to promote. (You’ll find we like promoting the Infinite Discs line, a lot). These are GREAT Discs and at GREAT prices.

Disc Golf Sets, X-Outs and Misprints

Another great way to get inexpensive discs is buy purchasing x-outs, misprints, and disc golf sets.

X-Outs – X-Outs also known as factory seconds are manufactured discs that do not meet the manufacturers quality standards. These discs often have coloring issues or imperfections in the plastic. The imperfections should not effect the intended flight of the disc, but even if they do, these discs are still adequate for the casual frolf round. You can buy base plastic X-Out discs for less than $6 per disc.

Misprints – Like X-Outs, misprints are cheaper discs because something went wrong at the disc golf factory. The difference between x-outs and misprints is that the error with misprints happened during the hot stamping process (where they put the disc name and logo on the disc). With misprints, you will get the intended flight of the disc as the only error is with the visual display.

Mystery BoxPackage Sets – Package sets allow you to save money on discs through bundle savings. There are a variety of different bulk sets including starter sets (which typically include 3 discs for beginners) and Mystery Boxes. Mystery Boxes typically consist of large quantities of discount discs. The catch with mystery boxes is that you don’t know what discs you are going to get. If you don’t know what discs you want, this is a perfect way to get new frolf discs. You can even purchase a large mystery deals box and share the discs with a group of friends.

Buy Your Frolf Discs Online From Infinite Discs

Buying discs online is very easy, and our shipping is incredibly affordable. Most disc purchases arrive at your home in two to three days. Even after the cost of shipping, our prices are much better than local sporting good stores and most other online retailers.

Frolf, Folf, Frisbee Golf, Disc Golf, or whatever you want to call it, is a great sport. We at want to be your disc supplier, regardless of how serious you are about the game.

If you’re looking for an even more simple selection of highly affordable discs, we recommend that you check out for the lowest prices on the internet.

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