Recently we asked you about your favorite discs, including best forehand disc and best backhand disc. That blog post can be found HERE
In this blog we want to focus more on your favorite forehand discs. However, we want to know your favorite for when you just want raw distance, and what your favorite disc is when you are hunting for accuracy more than distance.
Best Forehand Discs for Distance
The quest for distance in disc golf often involves finding discs that can harness the power generated by a forehand throw. The ideal disc for distance should be able to handle the increased velocity of forehand shots. Some players swear by overstable discs that can resist turning over too quickly, while others prefer discs with a combination of speed and glide.
Best Forehand Discs for Accuracy
Finesse is the name of the game when it comes to accuracy in disc golf. Whether you’re navigating tight fairways or threading the disc through a tricky approach, having a reliable forehand disc for accuracy is essential. Stability, control, and a comfortable grip all play crucial roles in ensuring that your disc lands exactly where you intend.
Tell Us About Your Best Forehand Discs, And Win!
Now, we want to hear from you again. Which forehand disc is your go-to choice when you need to grab as much distance as possible off the tee? Is there a disc in your bag that consistently helps you navigate tight lines with confidence? Answer the questions below to be eligible for some Infinite gift cards. We’ll select a handful of names at random and award them a gift card. Make sure you use either the email address on your Infinite account, or use a valid email address. Here are the questions:
1 – What is your favorite forehand disc for distance?
2 – What is your longest distance with a forehand disc?
3 – What is your favorite forehand disc for accuracy?
If you throw exclusively backhand, let us know. We’ll compile all the results and post them here.
Welcome to the top-selling discs report! At the beginning of each month, we will take a look back at the previous month to calculate which discs sold the best. You have a chance to win a $20 gift card each month if you correctly guess a certain spot for the next month (see below for more details).
Each month, we look at the top 50 disc sales data for mold AND plastic-type to see which disc rose to the top. Due to this, it is possible that a single model could show up on the list several times, each representing a different plastic type. This also helps us to know which disc in which plastic are the most popular among our customers.
Here is the breakdown of the top 50 molds from October 2023 at Infinite Discs:
*All this data comes from Infinitediscs.com sales ONLY
We hope you and your family and friends had a SPOOKY and FUN filled Halloween. We had lots of Halloween themed disc for sales this month, and those sales show here in our top 50 line up. The Axiom Hex was our best seller last month, it had 4 adorable Halloween stamps that were very popular among our customers! Comment below which Axolotl costume was your favorite.
The NEW InnovaRollo continues to be a big hit. It’s understable flight and comfortable rim make it an easy choice for a lot of players. We are continuing to get in new plastics for the Rollo, check them out HERE.
Here is how many times each brand appeared in the line up:
Interested in More Top Selling Disc Golf Products?
Every month you’ll be able to place your guess for a certain spot on the chart for the next month. The first person to guess the disc and plastic type correctly for the named chart position will win a $20 gift card for the Infinite Discs online store.
PLACE A GUESS for next month. If you can by the first to guess the #7, #20, #47 spot for November then you can be a winner. Leave your guess in the comments on this blog.
In the disc golf consumer world of buying specific molds, weights, and plastics, there exists a product which takes a different approach to disc buying. Welcome to the world of disc golf Mystery Boxes! If you are a disc golf enthusiast seeking an alternative way to add to your disc golf gear or are looking for a gift for a fellow enthusiast, this blog may be the key to unlock the thrill of the unknown.
Disc golf, which rewards consistency and precision, now has a way to bring a little more excitement and surprise to the disc-buying experience. Enter the Mystery Box. More than just a mail-call box full of discs, the Mystery Box is an adventure.
In this blog we’ll introduce the mystery box and tell you what it is, let you know about all of the options you have to get a mystery box, and tell you why you should consider getting one for yourself or as a gift.
Let the adventure begin!
What is a Disc Golf Mystery Box?
The world of the mystery box is one of surprise and excitement. If you’re not familiar with the concept, a Mystery Box (or ‘Deals Box’) is basically a package filled with discs in a variety of molds, plastic types, and stamps. Although you are told a few details about the box, such as the number of premium plastic discs, the exact discs remain a mystery to you until the moment you open the box.
Picture this: you decide on which of the many Mystery Boxes you would like to purchase, then make your order. A few days later, the box arrives, and the fun begins! Don’t be surprised if you end up with plastics and even brands that you’ve never heard of before. Mystery boxes allow you to break free from the routine nature of purchasing discs, and offer an exciting way to add to our collection.
As disc golfers, we love to try new discs and new plastics. Mystery Boxes are a perfect way to do that. By getting new discs in a Mystery Box you will find molds and plastics you might not have thought to try. Plus, it is also a very economical way to try new discs.
Great Value for the Price
At Infinite Discs, we offer a wide variety of Mystery Box options, from smaller boxes with just a few discs, to Colossal boxes with enough discs to fill a small bag… literally!. We even offer a dirt-cheap ‘Hospital Box’ filled with scratch and dent discs that you won’t feel bad throwing over water or giving away to kids or newbies.
Here are the Infinite Mystery Box options:
Disc Hospital Box – You’ll get five scratch and dent or factory second discs in this inexpensive box.
Infinite Discs Deals Jr. Box – A slightly smaller version of our popular Deals Box. This box includes 5 discs, three of which are premium plastic discs.
Infinite Discs Deals Box XL – You’ll get a dozen discs if you choose this Mystery Box! The putter and midrange might be base plastics. They remaining drivers will all be premium plastic. May include smaller brands or x-outs, but all premium!
Colossal Deals Box – This massive Mystery Box includes 15 discs! Plus, you get an Infinite Huck Pack bag to tote the disc around. Includes all types of discs and a variety of plastic types.
Be sure to check out our limited-time Black Friday Deals Box – This set includes seven discs that have been specially stamped and promoted for the Infinite Discs 2023 Black Friday sales. You can get these discs individually during our Black Friday sale, or get a better deal when you buy them as a set. Only a limited number available. They will go on sale at 9:00 PM Pacific Time, November 22.
Whether you’re looking for a Christmas gift or a birthday present, getting the disc golfer in your life a present can be tricky. Giving a gift of a Mystery Box is the perfect solution. They will get the fun of opening the box, and the fun of trying out new discs. Who knows, maybe YOU will get to try out their discs, too. Give the disc golfer in your life a Mystery Box, and let the adventure begin!
Give Mystery Boxes a try!
Whether you want the thrill of opening a box full of surprise discs, or you can’t wait to try out the new molds/brands, the Mystery Box can scratch your itch. Check out our options at the link below and join the fun! If you want to ease into the world of mystery discs, just check the Mystery Disc option when you check out at Infinite and you’ll be sent a random mystery disc.
There is a side to disc golf that many players enjoy immensely and that is the joy of playing the game at night. Yet there are still a number of players who haven’t tried it. I’d been playing glow disc golf for a few years before somebody finally convinced me that it would be worth visiting the course after dark. It was a true joy!
With the sun now going down much earlier each day (you’ll really notice the difference Sunday) it’s the perfect time to get ready for “glow season.”
Glow in the Dark Discs
There are a lot of discs made in glow plastic, and I never used to think much about them until that first night game. Not only did the discs seem like an unnecessary gimmick before my eyes were opened, but I thought it would be a burdensome expense to have to buy all my favorite discs in glow plastic merely to play at night.
But that is an option, and arguably the best one if you regularly play disc golf in the dark. With glow in the dark discs, your favorite discs aren’t encumbered by additional add-ons. If you get attached to the discs you can also use these discs for day time play.
Most of the most popular discs from the top disc golf retailers have glow in the dark versions available. There are usually a good number of glow-in-the-dark plastic blends for popular discs available at any given time.
There are now even glow varieties that glow in different colors than the traditional green glow hue. Clash Discs offers a Blue Glow Berry and Doomsday Discs has a variant that glows in the dark red! We have thousands of different glow in the dark disc golf discs for sale right now.
Different disc golf manufacturers have different glow plastic blends, and here at Infinite Discs we’ve noticed that there can be a big difference between them. Some brands like Innova and Discraft have pretty good glow products, though it depends on the plastic type.
Specialty blends, and color glow variants just don’t glow quite as well as the traditional “glow color” discs.
The Innova Champion Glow varieties are good as well as their Glow DX. With Discraft, their Glo Z Line plastic works pretty well, but their Glo ESP blends tend to be very hit-and-miss when it comes to actually glowing in the dark.
Brands like Latitude 64 and Dynamic have not been known to have good premium glow plastic, which they usually call “Moonshine,” but their softer putter plastics glow great.
With MVP and Axiom, their glow plastic is usually called “Eclipse” but, but most often it is either the rim or the flight plate that glows, but not both. The new version of Axiom Disc flight paths glows REALLY well.
Best Glowing Disc Golf Plastic
The brand that consistently glows the best is the K1 Glow plastic by Kastaplast. There’s something magical about their glow-in-the-dark plastic because all you need to do is dim the lights to see those discs light up. They glow surprisingly bright and for a long time. Whenever Kastaplast runs their glow plastic, they sell out fast, so be ready to pull the trigger when you see them in stock, because it will be hard to find anything that glows as well.
Disc Golf Accessories to Make Discs Visible in Dark
Make your discs glow, and stay glowing with a UV Flashlight
The first time I saw one of these things in action, I was amazed. My brother pulled this awesome LED flashlight out of his bag and literally drew light across his disc. As soon as the flashlight hit the disc, it left a trail of glowing, green light. UV flashlights are a must for glow disc golf.
It only takes seconds to charge glowing discs or stickers, and they shine brightly for several minutes. Then, after you’ve thrown your disc, the UV flashlight makes finding them in the pitch black of night even easier than it is during the day!
You simply shine the UV flashlight around the fairway, and the moment the light hits your disc, it lights up again. And it does that without the “light noise” of a traditional flashlight…it doesn’t look like you’re actually casting a beam around. I played a glow round on a course that usually presents a lot of places for discs to hide in long grass, sagebrush, and trees, and it was honestly easier to find the discs at night than during the day.
You’ll probably want to start picking up discs in glow plastic eventually. But here is another option for night play that is quick and inexpensive.
How to Make Regular Discs Glow
I since discovered that a few little night round accessories that can get you playing disc golf after dark, even without a slew of discs in glowing plastic.
One of the quick ways to jump into the glow game is to pick up Glow Tape which are designed just for disc golf discs.
These are basic sticker rings that can be peeled off and stuck onto any disc to make it into a glowing disc. You can get enough sticker action out of a sheet to light up three, four, or even five discs, depending on how many sticker rings you decide to apply to each disc. They are light enough not to mess up the weight or flight tendencies of your disc. They also charge instantly with UV light and glow brightly for several minutes.
Now, if you have glowing discs, or if you have glow tape, you can charge them with traditional light, which takes a bit longer, plus lights up your fairway, or you can pick up a UV Flashlight which makes a LOT of difference in your ability to quickly charge and throw your disc.
Flat LED Disc Lights
These little LED lights are easily affixed to the bottom or top of your disc with packaging tape to light them up at night. The light works better on certain colors of discs, and best on plastics that are somewhat translucent. They are inexpensive and last quite a while. They are small enough that they don’t effect the flight of your disc. You’ll have to avoid water hazards because once your LED light hits the water, it will die.
I found some photos on Tumblr.com that appear to be time exposures with LED lights on discs. Leave it to awesome artists to find a beautiful way to highlight disc golf at night.
So, with a few stickers, and the right flashlight, or a some flat LED lights you can immediately hit the course at night and have a lot of fun.
Disc Golf Basket Lights
Owning a luminous disc is beneficial, yet it only partially solves the visibility issue in disc golf after dark. For an optimal nocturnal playing experience, it is equally crucial to illuminate the target.
There are numerous methods for lighting up a disc golf basket. A popular and economical approach is to attach glow sticks to each basket on the course. Although cost-effective, opting for lights made specifically for disc golf baskets can enhance the experience even further.
Welcome back to another Focus Friday, where we look at a certain mold or brand, and give you a discount so you can try it out for yourself. This weekend, one of Prodiscus’s most popular molds will be on sale… the Jokeri.
The Jokeriis a popular, highly-rated putt & approach disc made by the Finnish disc manufacturer Prodiscus. This is a tall, bulky disc with a flat, almost concave tip. The Jokeriis a very popular disc for short putts as well as long drives. The Prodiscus Jokeri is a reliable, overstable disc that performs very well in windy conditions. This disc is available in both basic and premium plastic.
DISCOUNT -> This weekend, take 25% off a Prodiscus Jokeriwhen you use this code at checkout – ‘FOCUSJOKERI’
‘This deal will end Monday night, so get yourself this mold while you can!
Check out this page to see all the items that are on sale this week.
When it comes to choosing the best disc golf disc, getting the right weight makes a difference as the weight of a disc affects it’s speed, stability and the way it will fly. Understanding this relationship can provide a significant advantage in the discs you choose to purchase and throw on the course.
Release Velocity and it’s Relationship to Distance
The faster you’re able to throw the disc, the more potential it will have to get more distance. This provides a relationship between the release velocity of a throw and the distance the disc travels.
According to Best Disc Golf discs Youtube, for every additional mile per hour in speed at release, there is an average increase of 7.2 feet in distance. So the easiest way to get more “arm speed” and throw faster is by increasing your release velocity with lighter weight discs.
Research shows that reducing the disc weight can lead to an increase in throw speed. For instance, shaving off 20 grams from a disc’s weight can enhance the speed by 6.5 miles per hour. Theoretically, this could result in an impressive gain of 47 feet in distance.
Lighter Discs for Big Distance
The potential of lighter discs isn’t merely theoretical. For disc golf distance competitions, world records have been set with light weight discs weighing under 160 grams. This underscores the point that lighter discs, when thrown correctly, can achieve astounding distances. For me personally, I can most easily get full flight and maximum distance with a 149 gram Pharaoh.
Disc Stability Also Matters
While light weight discs have potential for more distance, the flight dynamics of the disc can also change. Lighter discs, by their nature, tend to exhibit more turnover, which can affect the intended flight path. To counter this tendency, it might be advantageous to choose a more stable driver or increase the weight. Increased stability allows for more consistent flight paths.
While the weight of the disc may not actually affect the discs stability, the fact that you are able to throw light weight discs faster will affect it’s stability.
Factoring in Wind Conditions
While the distance advantages of lighter discs are clear, the reality is that most disc golf rounds are not played in ideal wind conditions. Wind plays a significant role in the behavior of a disc in flight. In windy situations, a heavier disc might offer a distinct advantage. The added weight can counteract wind resistance, providing a straighter throw and yielding more consistent results.
Now that you understand a little bit more about more about how disc weight affects the flight, how do you know which to choose? Some discs listed on our website have weight variations that range 40-50 grams. Other molds have only a 2-3 gram variation in options.
Which Weight to Choose?
With a lot of disc golfers trying out popular discs by different brands, we thought that we would address the questions of disc weight. For some players, the weight of the disc is not particularly important as long as it flies the way that they want it to. But for other players, the disc weight is very important since they prefer the performance of heavier discs, or desire the easier distance that may come with lighter discs, etc.
Your weight choice should primarily depend on the disc you are purchasing and what you intend to use that disc for.
Choosing Weight for Putters and Midrange Discs
Because the objective and putter and midrange discs is not distance but control, in most instances you should choose heavier, near max weight discs.
Disc Golf Putter Weights
Most disc golf putters have a max weight of 173-175grams. Personally, I like a putter around the 170-172 gram range, it really probably doesn’t make much of a difference, but psychologically in my mind that “lighter” putter will glide just a little bit more. When it comes to making putts, it’s really all about confidence.
Midrange Disc Weights
Some Midrange Discs have wider diameters, and thus the PDGA allows for heavier max weights. Large diameter mids like the Buzzz and Roc3 have max weights of up to 180 grams.
If you’re looking for something very overstable, you probably want a heavier disc, or at least something in the 165g plus weight range. If you want something that will glide a little bit more and not fall to the ground as fast, consider something lighter than mid weight for that mold.
Best Weight for Disc Golf Drivers
Disc golf drivers and their sharp rims usually have a maximum weight of 175 grams or less.
When it comes to choosing drivers, this is when the weight ranges really matters. The reality is that you will probably want a variety of different weights depending on your intended use for the driver. If you’re looking for big distance, use a lighter disc.
While I can’t usually tell the difference between a 170 gram, and a 173 gram disc, there is a noticeable difference between max weigh drivers and those in the 160’s. When a disc golf driver get’s in the 150’s or lower weight range, that is when there is a noticeable difference in the speed you are able to throw the disc and the way that it will fly.
If you have a tendency to “turn over” your disc, you probably want to stay away from light weight drivers as the heavier varieties will provide more consistency.
Some disc golfers choose to throw light weight but very overstable discs to get the best of both velocity and stability.
The real way to choose the right disc weight for you is simply to try your favorite driver in a number of different weight ranges to see which ones perform best for you in varying situations.
Lighter Weights for Beginners
Because new disc golfers do not have the arm speed to get a full flight out of disc, the best discs for beginners are usually light weight discs, at least in terms of drivers. Mid weight midrange discs are also recommended for newer players.
Sometimes factory second blemishes make x-out discs lighter than the non x-out version, so a factory second version is a way to get a lighter disc in the mold you are looking at.
Are the Weights Listed on Disc Golf Discs Accurate?
Here at Infinite Discs, we try to represent each disc as accurately as possible on our website by including a photo and the details for each one. We decided years ago that we would trust the manufacturers when it comes to indicating the weight of their discs.
Most major disc manufacturers take the time to weigh the discs as they come out of the mold and painstakingly mark those weights in ink, with stickers, or embossed on the bottom of each disc. We trust that they have a well-established procedure for accurately weighing those discs as part of their manufacturing process.
WHY DON’T WE WEIGH THE DISCS at Infinite Discs?
Because we’ve chosen to trust the disc manufacturers to represent their products accurately and according to their own standards, we do not take the extra time to weigh each disc as we add them into our online inventory. Here at Infinite Discs, we currently have three different digital scales which we use to weigh packages as we ship them. When used to weigh individual discs, we can lay the same disc on each of those three scales and get results that may differ a gram or two from one scale to the next or from the weight indicated on the disc. So which of those scales is correct?
We have heard the argument that “gravity is the same everywhere,” and that is correct. While gravity may not change, the calibration of different scales might differ. While we do not own the most top-of-the-line digital scales, we have noticed that there can be differences between them, so we don’t feel that we should automatically judge a disc’s factory weight to be wrong if it differs slightly from what one of our scales might say.
The same 173-174 Kong on another one of our digital scales.
Let’s assume for a moment that we receive a disc marked as 175g by the factory, using their procedures. Then we weigh the disc and find that our scale says 174g or maybe 176g. We feel strongly that it is not our place to then scratch out the factory weight and indicate our own results on the disc. We also don’t feel that we should list the disc on our website with a weight that is different than the factory results– the purchaser of the disc would receive it, see that our advertised weight doesn’t match what is marked on the disc and feel deceived. They might weigh the disc themselves and find a result of 173g on their own scale and feel that both we and the factory were wrong. Thus, we stick with what the factory says and don’t alter the disc or the weight information provided. That way, the manufacturer becomes the ultimate authority for the disc that they produced.
DIFFERENT BRANDS AND THEIR WEIGHT DESIGNATIONS
We’ve seen a lot of players move from one brand to another when purchasing discs. We’d like to address another important consideration when it comes to the procedures of those different brands. Innova, for example, typically marks their weights to the precise gram by writing the weight on the bottom of the disc in ink. Players who throw Innova or discs by other brands that use a similar procedure are able to pick the exact weight that they feel is perfect for them.
However, Discraft has not traditionally marked each disc to the gram. They instead choose to put a sticker on their discs that indicates a weight range. For example, they’ll put a sticker on a disc that says 170 – 172. That way, they are acknowledging that there will be some variation in weight for the discs produced in that batch. Other discs may be lighter and marked with weight stickers like 167 – 169, or heavier with 177+ (typical for mid-range discs like the Buzzz). Again, we assume that their range is accurate, but can’t promise that when weighed on somebody’s personal scale that it won’t fall a gram above or below the range that Discraft indicated.
When we list discs by companies that use a weight range on a sticker, we have chosen to be consistent in our data entry practices by simply listing the low number on that sticker. That is because our data entry system does not allow for a range, but wants a single number. Thus, a disc marked as 170 – 172 will be listed as 170. A disc with a sticker saying 173 – 175 will be listed as 173. The “max weight” for a Discraft driver would typically be listed as 173, but could actually weigh on the higher end of that range.
Other brands that use weight ranges include DGA, Viking Discs, Yikun Discs, and the new Active Baseline series of discs from Discmania (not individually weighed, but sold in a weight range).
WHAT IF THE WEIGHT IS JUST PLAIN WRONG?
While we’d like to believe that we live in a world where mistakes don’t happen, that is simply not a reality. While taking photos and adding thousands of discs per week onto our website, it is possible that some busy, tired employee here at Infinite Discs may type a weight in incorrectly. Usually we catch that error before the disc ships and we contact the buyer to make sure that they get a weight that they want. If the disc slips past another employee at the shipping station and the buyer receives a disc that has a factory weight that is different than what we entered, then we take care of the problem.
If we have entered the disc weight according the factory-marked weight, as indicated above, but the buyer believes it is still inaccurate or marked incorrectly, then we’re still happy to help the best we can, knowing that some busy, tired employee at the factory may have made a mistake. After all, nobody is perfect, and mistakes are always possible. We just want to clarify that we are doing the best we can to represent discs on our website exactly as the factory specified.
In the end, when disc weight becomes a hot topic of discussion or a complaint, we often find ourselves wondering if that gram or two was really going to make a difference in the player’s game. Would a 174g disc perform that much worse for an average player who claims that they absolutely must have a 175g disc? That’s an argument to be settled elsewhere. As disc connoisseurs, we can attest that here at Infinite Discs we have discs in our bags that straddle a lot of weight ranges, and they fly as well as we can throw them.
We hope that this information has been helpful in understand a little bit more about disc weights and how they effect flight. We hope you better understand how brands mark the weight of their discs, and how we at Infinite Discs work with those brands and trust in those manufacturers to indicate the weight of their discs so that our buyers can make an informed purchasing decision.
If you’ve been playing disc golf very long odds are that you own a disc golf bag. Some of us gravitate toward a cart, but most of us use a bag to carry our discs and accessories.
Bags come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. They have different carrying capacities and serve different purposes. In this blog we’ll look at sales and product review data to find the best disc golf bags for 2023. We’ll look at the different bag types, from small bags up to backpack bags, and find out which bag is the best for each type of bag.
Types of Disc Golf Bags
There are bag sizes and types on the market to fit every need. Some of us are minimalist golfers who just need a bag big enough for a couple discs. Others of us carry backups for our backup discs and every possible accessory available. Most of us are somewhere in between those extremes. Let’s look at the bag types and what they do.
This type of bag carries around 10 discs and maybe a water bottle. It can have a shoulder strap or attach to your waist. These are the smallest of bags, although some of them are still capable of carrying a lot of discs and accessories.
You can hold up to 15+ discs in a large bag, with additional room for snacks or accessories. This size bag can be carried with a single shoulder strap, or backpack type shoulder straps.
If you like backpack style bags but don’t want to carry a lot of discs, then Economy backpacks are the way to go. Even though smaller than regular backpack bags, economy bags still carry a lot of discs and a few other accessories.
These are the largest bag choice. They can hold over 20 discs, with room for snacks, accessories, retrievers, and even stools or umbrellas. They have two shoulder straps that help you carry a lot of discs more comfortably
The Easy Bag is a minimalist bag and the perfect size for a quick round of disc golf when you only need a few discs. It is inexpensive, but made from a durable material. The Easy bag is popular with beginners and more experienced disc golfers. Despite its small size, the Easy Bag can still hold 8-10 discs. Plus, it has a pocket for your phone or maybe an energy bar.
The Soldier Bag holds 18+ discs in its main compartment, and a few more in the putter pocket. It comes with a padded shoulder strap. The bag features room for two water bottles, and a pocket for accessories. It also has a mesh pocket for scorecards, minis, or pencils.
While not technically a bag, the Disc Tote is listed in the Large Bag category, and it deserves a mention. Capable of holding several dozen discs, the Disc Tote is perfect for organizing your trunk, closet, or wherever you store your discs. The Tote can be stacked to safely store even more discs! The pockets around the outside can be used to stash other goodies, such as minis. When not in use it collapses to just a few inches thick.
The Slinger Deluxe is the big brother to the Slinger bag. It has an increased disc capacity, a flat bottom so it will sit upright, a water bottle holder, and a zippered pocket for accessories. The Slinger Deluxe is an inexpensive backpack bag that holds a lot of discs and all the things you need for a round of disc golf.
The Paratrooper is similar to the popular Trooper bag, but with improved features. It can hold 18+ discs, two water bottles, and plenty of storage for all of your disc golf needs. This bag would be great for a casual round or a multi-day tournament. Priced under a hundred bucks, the Paratrooper gives disc golfers plenty of bang for their buck. The state or country flag designs are colorful and good looking. Check out the options and represent your home state or country.
The time has COME… Manufacturers of all varieties have brought an assortment of molds with spooky, mysterious, Halloween-themed stamps for you to get your hands on. From pumpkins to mummies, and everywhere in between, you are bound to find a stamp that suits your fancy!
Browse the following post to find the disc for you, and from all of us at Infinite Discs, we with you a very Happy Halloween.
This year Innova has released two different Halloween discs, the flaming pumpkin and the Werewolf on the IT. It’s probably just me, but I think they may have missed out on an opportunity with what to do with a Halloween version of the IT.
Mad cat as a Halloween disc! Great Idea LSD. And yes, it does glow in the dark. If the Mad cat isn’t spooky enough for you then you’ll have to go with Halloween edition Penny putter. We’ll just say that honest Abe has seen better days.
For our Infinite Discs Halloween release we decided to provide an inexpensive way for you to get some Halloween Discs. We pulled out a number of our past edition Halloween stamp plates and stamped away on an assortment of popular molds we had extra X-outs of. If you’re not sure what X-Outs are, this article will explain. The Infinite X-Outs provide a great way for you to get a Halloween disc without spending a fortune.
MVP KILLED it with their total Eclipse Simon Lizotte Hex. Not only is the Hex a popular mold, Simon Lizotte the most popular professional disc golfer, but MVP glow plastic is about the best glowing in the business. The “total” eclipse occurs because both the rim and flight path are in glow plastic. A fun fact is that this Saturday there will be a full Lunar Eclipse that crosses the Western US, including Utah. MVP also released a Recycled James Conrad Wolfman Nomad that is also pretty elite.
Discmania is not going to be left out of the Halloween fun. Their releases include these spider, gargoyle and batt stamps on some of their popular Discmania Molds. Unfortunately, we don’t have these discs yet, but they will be coming soon!