Team Infinite Player Spotlight: Taylor Aubuchon

When I started my journey down the rabbit hole of learning about disc golf and buying discs about 2 years ago, Taylor Aubuchon was the first reviewer I came across. I appreciated Taylor’s succinct reviews that had no extra fluff in them: 60-second reviews, a couple throws from different release angles, flight trackers, and good descriptions of the feel and flight of a specific disc.

The more knowledge I gain, or think I gain, I still find myself looking forward to and immediately clicking on any new videos from Taylor. Taylor can pack just the right amount of information into a short and easily digestible video. Most of Taylor’s videos also end with a discount code to be used at

I reached out for a brief interview to better introduce Taylor to other Infinite followers that may not be aware of his content, social media presence, and mission to grow the game.


What is your disc golf origin story?

In late middle school/early high school (2007/2008), my group of friends and I were introduced to the game through our church’s youth group. I also took my dad and brother out to play and we were all hooked instantly. We were really lucky to have a great course just a few minutes away and started to play relatively seriously early on. Our youth group started a weekly bag tag series, and I even started to run a small doubles charity tournament within that first year.

How long have you been working with Infinite Discs?

Fortunately for me, Infinite started to support me after just my first review video, which was in March 2019. I’ll never be able to thank Dylan enough for believing in the plan I had for a different take on review videos! It’s pretty crazy to see how far I’ve come and how much it’s grown since then.

When did you start posting disc golf videos?

I started posting in March 2019, right when the first run I-Blend Emperors came out. This was a disc I was really excited about and thought it needed some more light shed on it. It was a mediocre video, to say the least, but it got some great feedback and I’ve been trying to improve and refine my style ever since.

How did you develop your signature and succinct review style?

I think as most content creators develop their style it starts out being mostly self-serving. After taking an extended hiatus from the game, my brother introduced me to the Infinite brand. I was hard-pressed to find any reviews or really any content focused on their lineup. Most YouTube reviews I was watching seemed quite long for their purpose, and I couldn’t find any review content on Instagram at the time. I saw an opportunity to create a more concise format that would be able to be pushed to the more underutilized avenues of social media. The original plan was actually to only post them to Instagram. I only created a YouTube channel to be able to share the reviews in Infinite’s comment section.

What disc surprised you the most after reviewing it? (You weren’t expecting to like, flew differently than expected, etc)

Definitely the Aztec. I had never really thrown that kind of straight control driver that still had good distance potential. When the I-Blend test run came out I loved the feel and flight it had, but it beat in just a little too quickly to be super reliable. Thankfully, the color glow run came out shortly after and I’ve had at least two in my bag ever since. The Aztec gives me the control of the Exodus, while not sacrificing much of the extra distance I’d get from bumping up to an Emperor of Pharaoh. If they’re ever looking for a name to put on the color glow Aztec, I know a guy that’d be pretty interested.

What is your favorite Infinite disc?

The Tomb without a doubt. I power grip everything but putts, so the Tomb is a perfect throwing putter for me with its shallow rim. Right now I’m bagging a Splatter S-Blend for overstable, C-Blend for stable, and D-Blend for understable throwing putter slots.

Check out Taylor’s Tomb review here:

Infinite Discs D-Blend Tomb Review

What is your favorite non-infinite disc?

I’ve had a full infinite bag for a bit over a year now, but the hardest disc for me to take out was the Westside Discs Pine. I enjoy a taller, more overstable feeling Midrange that beat into straight fliers. Taking the time to beat a disc into that perfect spot gives you a level of confidence and trust in it that can’t easily be replaced.

Who is your player on tour?

I always look forward to watching Drew Gibson shred out there. Best backhand form on tour!

Do you compete in tournaments? Discuss some local events, results, experiences, etc.

Unfortunately, it’s been a couple of years since I’ve played a local event, but I’m hoping to get back out there soon! 

What are some of your disc golf goals?

Since really diving into content creation, most of my goals center around growing my presence to be able to share these awesome discs with as many people as possible! It’d be awesome to hit 1000 YouTube subscribers someday, but I try not to focus too hard on any specific avenue as there are so many outlets to push to. As far as disc golf specific, I’m always tweaking something in my game. Right now the goal is to develop a more consistent forehand, there’s a reason you’ve never seen me throw a forehand in any video…

Check out Taylor’s full video catalog here:

Taylor Aubuchon – YouTube

What are some of your hobbies outside of and other than disc golf?

Before disc golf, my biggest passions were music and video games. I played in local bands throughout high school and dove pretty deep into music production afterward. I’ve also streamed via Twitch off and on since around 2015. Although music has taken a bit of a back seat recently, I still stream regularly at and would love to talk disc golf, gaming, or music with anyone that wants to stop by!



Be sure to Subscribe to Taylor’s YouTube channel and Follow him on Instagram(tayloraubuchon)!

We will be continuing this series, spotlighting members of Team Infinite from all 4 levels: Signature, Elite, Ambassador, and Core Teams. Please share this article and comment below which player(s) that you would like to hear from!


Get outside and throw some discs. Have an awesome day! 

Morgan Leonard

Molenny Disc Golf

Top Selling Disc Golf Discs of 2021 – Q1

The disc golf boom that was fueled by the pandemic last year, has continued into 2021. Many people found fulfillment in disc golf as a safe way to remain active, learn a new skill, and spend time with friends and family. Infinite Discs has experienced higher than usual demand and a shortage of supply.

The top-selling discs for this period are largely a result of what we were able to actually get in stock. Many disc molds would have had substantially more sales if they could have been purchased in quantities accurate enough to meet consumer demand. Because the major disc golf manufacturers have limited supply, popular brands like Prodigy and Discmania Originals didn’t have a chance of making our top 10 lists. From the Westside brand, we currently have only 3 of their 33 different molds IN stock.

At the top of our sales list for the first quarter, there are some familiar molds. Molds from Innova and Discraft are regularly our top sellers. Discs in the Infinite Discs line rank especially high for this period, primarily because we were able to keep most of these molds in stock most of the time.

There are also some new and surprising molds to highlight a little further. The hot release from a large restock of the Thought Space Athletics Mantra and consistent stock of the Gateway Wizard allowed these discs to be consistent sellers throughout the quarter and made it on the list in 6th and 7th place respectively.

Top 10 Overall

  1. Discraft Zone
  2. Infinite Discs Emperor
  3. Innova Destroyer
  4. Innova Wraith
  5. Discraft Buzzz
  6. Thought Space Athletics Mantra
  7. Gateway Wizard
  8. Infinite Discs Alpaca
  9. Infinite Discs Pharaoh
  10. Infinite Discs Sphinx

As already mentioned, some staples of disc golfers’ bags are, as expected, listed here: the Zone, Destroyer, Wraith, and the Buzzz. In addition, we see several Infinite Discs molds: Emperor, Alpaca, Pharaoh, and Sphinx. The Kona Panis Signature runs of the Alpaca(D-blend and D-blend Glow) and the Emperor(I-blend) certainly have promoted interest and demand for those molds.

Top Distance Drivers

  1. Infinite Discs Emperor 
  2. Innova Destroyer 
  3. Innova Wraith 
  4. Infinite Discs Pharaoh
  5. Discraft Nuke
  6. Innova Beast
  7. Innova Mamba
  8. Innova Shryke
  9. Streamline Trace
  10. Infinite Discs Aztec

Thanks to the fact that we had a good supply of the Emperor, especially Kona Panis and Garrett Gurthie editions, the Infinite Discs Emperor outsold the Innova Destroyer. Flight numbers and characteristics of these two discs are very similar, while the Emperor has a touch more glide and a bit less overstability. This can make it more manageable for all of us non-pros out on the course.


Unfortunately, our supply of Emperors has run out and we don’t know when we will be able to stock them.

Top Control/Fairway Drivers

  1. Thought Space Athletics Mantra
  2. Infinite Discs Sphinx 
  3. Innova Firebird
  4. Infinite Discs Centurion
  5. Innova Valkyrie
  6. Innova Leopard
  7. Innova Thunderbird
  8. Innova Teebird
  9. Discraft Raptor
  10. Innova Leopard3

The belle of the ball. The star of the show. The Thought Space Athletics Mantra. For the entire quarter, the Mantra outperformed the Leopard, Leopard3, Firebird, and our top performer in this category, the Sphinx. Even when sales of the Leopard and Leopard3 are combined, the Mantra still outperforms that popular mold. The Mantra is an understable control driver, with flight characteristics similar to, though not as extreme as, well-known molds like the Sidewinder, Heat, and Sphinx. This could be a great disc for someone getting their first driver after focusing on perfecting form with slower discs, or hyzer-flip straight shots for tight fairways or through the woods. With their unique artwork and immediately recognizable stamp designs, Thought Space Athletics is always in the debate for the coolest looking discs. As Deion Sanders says, “Look good, Feel good, Play good”.

Top Midrange Discs

  1. Discraft Buzzz
  2. Innova Mako3
  3. Infinite Discs Anubis
  4. Discmania MD
  5. Innova Roc3
  6. Mint Discs Bobcat
  7. Innova Roc
  8. Kastaplast Kaxe
  9. Dynamic Discs Verdict
  10. Innova RocX3

Surprise, surprise. At the top of the list, we find the Buzzz. The Buzzz has long been considered one of the best, if not THE best midrange in all of disc golf. Couple that with the support, praise, and signature lines from Paul McBeth, Paige Pierce, and Brodie Smith, there is no reason to think any other disc would be at the top of this list. Notably, we find 3 different iterations of the Roc on this list, proving the Roc isn’t going anywhere. Disc golfers have long debated over which of these molds is the greatest midrange ever. Even when sales of 3 Roc versions are combined though, the Buzzz still sold more for this quarter. The war is still ongoing, but the Buzzz has been winning the battles as of late.

Top Putt and Approach Discs

  1. Discraft Zone
  2. Gateway Wizard
  3. Infinite Discs Alpaca
  4. Innova Aviar
  5. Dynamic Discs Judge
  6. Streamline Pilot
  7. Discraft Roach
  8. Axiom Envy
  9. Infinite Discs Tomb
  10. Prodigy P Model S

The Zone takes the top spot here, proving that we all want to throw what the pros throw. The Paul McBeth “Claw” and Brodie Smith “Get Freaky” Zones are clearly driving interest in the mold. The Zone was the best seller of ALL discs in Q1, and by a wide margin, selling about 30% more than the next closest disc. The Pilot has been gaining recognition as a great driving putter and we see the evidence of that here. The P Model S has proven to be a favorite from Prodigy’s affordable Ace Line discs. The P Model S has a microbead and great glide to keep your putts moving towards the basket. Will Schusterick, who has helped design and promote the Ace Line discs, described the P Model S to feel like a combination of the Pa-1 and Pa-3.


In next quarter’s update, we will again highlight the top discs in each category, determine the biggest movers, and include some testimonials and quotes from some disc golfers that are using our most popular selling discs. We truly appreciate your time spent reading our Q1 Sales Update.


Please leave a comment below letting us know how many of these molds that are currently in your bag.Feedback for this article and recommendations for future articles are always accepted and considered.


Get outside and throw some discs. Have an awesome day!


Morgan Leonard