Focus Friday – Harp

Focus Friday is back! We are starting it off with the Westside Harp. That means over the weekend, you can buy this disc at at a 10% discount!

The Harp is a very overstable approach putter. I’ve had great success flicking it, using it on hyzer throws, and for straight approaches. It is a trusty putt-and-approach disc that can handle some power. I’ve been throwing the Harp in BT Hard plastic which has some good grip to it and it can handle some tree hits and rough landings on rocks. Despite all the collisions I’ve put it through, I haven’t noticed much of a loss in the BT Hard Harp’s stability.


Here is a look at a few of my throws with the Harp, trying it out both forehand and backhand at different angles. This helps illustrate the difference between my old, beat-in Harp and a brand new one.



Head on over to our site and pick one up this weekend. Use the discount code FOCUSHARP and you’ll get 10% off. It’s a great time to restock or try out the disc.

Note: After placing your discs in the shopping cart and before checking out, click on the “Discount Code” box under the shopping cart and enter that code. Then proceed to checkout.

Which disc would you guys like for us to focus on next week? Post in the comments below.


  • I could really use a new River if you would restock them…

    • Disc demand is much greater than supply at the moment. I wouldn’t expect disc manufactures to catch up with demand until winter.

  • I would love to see stable to slightly understable distance and fairway drivers from Dynamic Discs. I’ve been looking at the Renegade/Sheriff/Captain and Escape/Vandal recently and would love to know more about them.

  • How about any recommendations for us sexagenarians that are taking up the sport? #NoodleArm

    • There are a lot of great options for you! What you generally want to look for are “understable” discs, which means, if you look at the last 2 numbers in the flight rating and add them together, you want something that has a negative total. For example, if the flight rating is 7 / 5 / -3 / 2 then the total of the last two numbers is -1, thus understable.

      Plus you don’t want a disc that is too fast. Keep that first number a bit lower on your drivers, and pick a lighter weight disc as well. Give some light weight DIAMOND (by Latitude 64) for example.