Best Disc Golf Sets of 2024

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Getting a starter set is the perfect way for beginners pick up of some awesome discs at a great price. Most of them have molds that are geared toward newer players, with flight numbers that favor less skilled players, so newer players can start playing with discs that they can actually throw.  Once players gain a little more experience, they will find sets that cater to people with intermediate and advanced skill levels. Let’s look at the best starter sets of 2024.

Best Starter Sets of 2024


1- Infinite Starter Set – This starter set from Infinite Discs is wildly popular, Infinite Discs I-Blend Set: Sphinx, Anubis, and Alpacaand for good reason. All three of the molds are amazing! The putter is the Alpaca. It has been a hot seller since its release. And it is one of the highest rated discs, as determined by all the customer ratings. The midrange is the Anubis, a disc with a neutral flight that is easy to shot-shape. The driver is a speed-9 fairway driver. The Sphinx has a lot of turn for a nice S-curve flight.


Dino Discs Glow set2- Dino Discs Glow Set – Dino Discs found a great niche designing and manufacturing discs designed for kids and beginners. Their molds are extra light weight, making them suitable for even younger players. Their dinosaur-themed discs and stamps are a perfect fit for kids of all ages. The starter set includes a Triceratops putter, Stegosaurus midrange, and Pterodactyl fairway driver. As a nice bonus, this set glows in the dark! Perfect for glow rounds.


3- Divergent Discs Starter Set – This three-disc starter set includes Divergent Discs Starter Set: Narwhal, Leviathan, and Krakenthree discs in a durable plastic that feels amazing. All three discs are understable, making them good for beginners. The Kraken is their fairway driver with flight numbers that could also be used by more advanced players. The midrange in this set, the Leviathan, is a very understable. Beginners should have no problem throwing the disc and learning how to get it to turn during their shot. The Narwhal is the beadless putter included in the set.



X-Com Starter Set in box4 – X-Com 3 Disc Starter Set – Another great brand that makes a variety of discs favorable to beginners is X-Com. The discs in their set are lighter than most starter sets, making them easy to throw for beginners and even kids. They come in nice colors and interesting stamps. The set includes the Helios, their low-speed, understable fairway driver, the Griffon midrange, and the Bennu putter.


5 – Innova DX Starter Set – This Innova set features classic discs that Innova DX Starter Setmany of us started throwing as beginners. Many people kept throwing the same molds in different plastics as their skills improved. These discs are proven winners! The Innova started set comes in DX plastic. That is their base plastic which costs less than premium plastics. And it has the added benefit of getting the discs ‘seasoned’ for optimal flight. The Aviar is a popular putter that is used by beginners and pros. The Shark has a little more overstability, but not too much for beginners. The last disc in the trio is the Leopard, a speed-6 fairway driver. Beginners may be surprised at the distance they get with the Leopard!


Get Your Set


For beginners, the selection of discs available can be overwhelming. There are so many brands, molds, plastic types, weights, and flight numbers that someone new might not know where to begin. Starter packs are a simple way to get the discs that are right for you and your skill level. Fortunately, Infinite Discs has a few starter sets to choose from. Use this blog to help you find the set that right for you!


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Other kinds of sets


Disc Dye set with blank discs


Disc Dye Sets


Disc Dye sets – A popular activity among many disc golfers is dyeing their discs. It’s a great way to unleash your creativity and end up with unique discs. Disc dye sets are blank discs, so you don’t have to wipe the stamp. These are bottom stamped, leaving the top unblemished and ready for the dye of your choice. Plus, they are all white! That gives you a perfect blank canvas.


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Mystery Boxes


Mystery Boxes – A mystery box is a fun way to check out new discs that you might not even be familiar with. They come in a variety of sizes for every budget. Some are brand specific, so you can get a good deal on a brand you like. Check out a blog about our best mystery boxes.


Infinite Deals Box


Infinite Deals Box (7 Disc) – One of our most popular deals boxes, this Mystery Box includes molds from at least three different brands. You will get a putter, a midrange or two, at least one understable driver and at least one overstable driver. The brands might be well-known companies, or smaller ones. These discs are all premium plastics, and will include an assortment of x-out, misprint, and stock stamps. And there is the potential to get a limited run, special edition, or tournament stamped disc. All of that at a bargain price!


Infinite X-Out Mystery Box


Infinite Discs X-Out Mystery Box – If you want to enjoy the fun of getting some new Infinite Brand discs to try at an amazing price, The X-Out Mystery Box is for you. This Mystery Box includes at LEAST 2 Halo S-Blend discs, and ALL of the discs made with premium plastics. These discs come with a variety of stamps, including multiple stamps.


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Putter Packs


Infinite Discs Myth Putter Pack


Putter packs are a great way to get a bunch of putters that you can practice with. A stack of discs and a practice basket are just what you need to take your putting game to another level. Consistent putting practice using the same mold that you will use in a disc golf game will help you develop the consistent motion and feel necessary for accurate putting.


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Best Beginner Disc Golf Sets

Stacks of 3 disc starter sets

The disc golf starter set is an amazing way for people just getting into the sport to get the discs that will be useful to them, at the best possible price. Starter sets are created with idea that the people who will be using them don’t have the skill to throw faster, more stable, or heavier discs. With a few exceptions, I always recommend starter sets to people new to the sport. I’ll talk about the exceptions later, but for now, let’s look at some of the best disc golf starter sets.

Infinite Discs Starter Set

1 – Infinite Discs Starter Set – At the risk of sounding like a homer, I really think this starter set is awesome! It features two discs in the I-Blend plastic, and one in D-blend.  The I-blend Sphinx and Anubis are excellent for beginners because of their flight and speeds, but they will continue to find a place in their bag as their skills improve. The D-blend Alpaca is a popular mold and plastic choice with people from a variety of skills levels, which makes this putter the perfect option for a disc golf set.

The Sphinx and Anubis are staples in my bag. The I-blend plastic feels wonderful to me, and it has the added bonuses of being less expensive than other plastics, and very durable. The Alpaca is a very popular putter that you can use at any skill level. The plastic types, the perfect molds, and the relatively inexpensive price that the Infinite Discs Starter Set gets the number one spot.

Divergent Discs Starter Set

2 – Divergent Discs Starter Set –One of the many new companies in the disc golf world, Divergent Discs produces high quality plastics at a good price. The bargain prices and molds that cater to newer disc golfers means that beginners can get discs designed for their skill level, while still getting good quality. That will let people continue to throw those discs, even as their skill level climbs. Base plastics don’t always have a long life and will be discarded as they wear, and the thrower improves. The MaxGrip plastic used in the Divergent set feels great and is very durable. You’ll get the Kraken, Leviathan, and Narwal molds. Excellent for beginners.

Viking Discs Starter Set

3- Viking Discs Starter Set – This starter set is made out of base plastic, and contains three molds that are sure to make you a fan of Viking Discs. The Rune is a putt/approach disc that straight and excellent for beginners. The Axe is a midrange with a little bit fade. And the Ragnarok is a great driver that will deliver nice flights for less skilled hands.

Divergent Discs Glow Set

4 – Divergent Discs Glow Set – Want to take an already great brand of discs and make them better? Make them glow discs! The Divergent Discs Glow Set is slightly stiffer than the regular MaxGrip plastic, but still has the durability. With this set you have the option to play a round during the day, then break out the UV flashlight and play at night. This set includes the Kraken, Kapri, and Narwal molds.

XCom 3-Disc Premium

5 – XCom 3-Disc Premium – X-Com is another small, newer brand that people might not be familiar with, but that has amazing discs. Their premium starter set is perfect for beginners who still want to throw quality discs. Despite being a ‘premium plastic’, it is not too overstable for beginners. The flight of these molds are straight. They are also suitable for younger players. The molds in the set includes the Bennu, the Griffon, and the Helios.

Other starter set options

If you want to start with more than three discs, check out these multiple-disc sets. Some of these discs are more advanced than those designed for beginners.


The 9-disc set from Yikun is a complete disc golf set that covers every situation on the course. The set includes base and premium plastics. It’s a great way to have a complete bag with just one set.

Yikun’s 7-disc set is similar to the 9-disc set, but with more base plastic discs. It is a great option that fills most of a disc golfer’s needs.

Viking Discs

Viking offers multiple-discs sets in different plastic types:

Ground/Storm plastic mix.

Divergent Discs Family Pack

This driver/putter pack gives the family enough discs to play together.


Divergent Discs 8-Disc Set with Bag


Inexpensive Disc Golf Sets

If cost is a deciding factor for your beginner set selection, check out these base plastic starter sets. They offer the discs you’ll need to get playing, and give you a starting point for your disc golf bag.

UPlay Disc Golf Set

Hero Disc Golf Starter Set

Discmania Active

Starter sets were made with beginners in mind. The discs included are lower speeds and usually lighter. Although the plastics are usually base and not as durable, that is not a bad thing for beginners. The one exception would be sets that include some plastic types. Champion plastic, and those similar to it, are typically more overstable and challenging to throw for beginners. And they take a long time to ‘break in’ due to their high durability. Once you develop the skills to handle more overstable flights, Champion plastic is great. Until then, stick to the base plastics.

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Let us know about your experiences with Beginner Sets. Did you start with one? If so, which one and how did you like it? If not, what was your first disc? Did this blog help you decide on a set? If so, which one appeals to you? Let us know.

Check out our blog about the best disc golf practice baskets here.


New Starter Sets

There are a few new starter sets to hit the market recently. You can purchase them online at There is a new set from Discmania (which also features a new plastic), a Divergent Discs set, a premium set from Kastaplast, two Prodigy Ace Line sets, and two X-Com sets.

Discmania Evolution Starter Set

The Discmania Evolution Starter Set is a great way to get you, or a friend, started playing disc golf. This set is designed to get the beginner some beginner friendly discs at a good price. This comes with a fairway driver (Essence), midrange (Origin), and a putter (Link).

This is also the first release of the new GEO plastic. It is a bit softer than EXO plastic, but with better grip. Each disc in the Evolution Starter Set comes in GEO plastic. All discs in the GEO line are a little less stable than their premium plastic (NEO and LUX) counterparts.

This is available now for $27.99

Divergent Discs Starter Set

The Divergent Discs 3-disc Starter Set is designed specifically for new disc golf players or existing players with slower arm speed. The discs are easy to throw with a basic putter called the Narwhal, a basic mid-range called the Leviathan, and a driver called the Kraken that can handle a little more power while beginners learn to combine distance with accuracy. The discs come in quality plastic, Max Grip, that lasts longer than many other beginner sets on the market.

The Divigent Max Grip Plastic is one of the premier disc golf plastic blends on the market. It combines premium durability with excellent grip for comfort and top notch performance. It could be compared to popular K1 plastic by Kastaplast.

You can purchase this set for $15.99.


Kastaplast (KastaSet) Starter Set

The Kastaplast (KastaSet) 3 Piece Starter Set comes with a K1 Falk, K1 Svea, and K3 Reko. Complete with a driver, mid-range, and putter, this is everything you need to start playing disc golf.

Katapalst K1 is a unique plastic blend manufactured in Sweden. This disc plastic has an excellent feel. It is moderately grippy, but not sticky and is extremely durable. K1 plastic has a similar feel to Prodigy 400G or prodiscus. K1 is a stiffer blend than Kastaplast’s K2 plastic.

K3 is Kastaplast’s base line plastic – grippy in all conditions. With this plastic you will get that nice worked in feel pretty quickly. Compared to other base plastics, K3 is medium soft.

This is available for $49.95

Prodigy Ace Line Sets

Ace Line Understable 3-Disc Set

The Ace Line Understable Set is a 3-disc set of discs with straight-to-understable flight characteristics. These discs are designed to resist the fade longer for a more straight flight, perfect for throwers who want to try out the Ace Line discs by Prodigy at a great price in Base Grip plastic. Base Grip feels great for a lower-cost blend. This set includes the F Model US (stable fairway driver), the M Model US (understable mid-range), and the P Model US (understable putter). It also includes a blank mini marker for use in tournament or league play.

BaseGrip is a quality base level plastic in Prodigy’s Ace Line.  Base grip plastic has an excellent feel. While this is considered a base plastic, it is more durable than baseline plastics from most other brands.

This set is available for purchase online for $19.99

Ace Line Stable 3-Disc Set

The Ace Line Stable Set is a 3-disc set of discs with straight-to-overstable flight characteristics. While not too extreme on the fade, these discs are designed for experienced throwers who want to try out the Ace Line discs by Prodigy at a great price in Base Grip plastic. Base Grip feels great for a lower-cost blend. This set includes the F Model S (stable fairway driver), the M Model OS (overstable mid-range), and the P Model S (stable putter). It also includes a blank mini marker for use in tournament or league play.

BaseGrip is a quality base level plastic in Prodigy’s Ace Line.  Base grip plastic has an excellent feel. While this is considered a base plastic, it is more durable than baseline plastics from most other brands.

This set is available online for $19.99


X-Com Beginner Sets

3-Disc Starter Set

The X-Com 3-Disc Starter Set is a beginner set, it is an easy, affordable way to get started on the disc golf course. It includes a putter, a mid-range, and a driver, all designed to fly well for new players. The discs are lightweight and tuned for straight flight with low arm speed. Even children should be able to handle these discs as they get started in their disc golf game. The discs are PDGA approved for competitive play as well.

These discs come in the XCom Basic plastic, it is a soft, affordable plastic with nice grip and moderate durability.

You can buy this set for $19.99

4-Disc Starter Set with Bag

X-Com presents this 4-disc Starter Set with Bag which includes a putter, mid-range, fairway driver, and distance driver, plus an easy-to-use hip / fanny bag to carry your set on the course. These are lightweight discs designed for new players or for players with slower arm speeds. These discs are PDGA approved for competitive play.

These discs come in the XCom Basic plastic, it is a soft, affordable plastic with nice grip and moderate durability.

You can purchase this set for $37.99