Top 100 Discs – First Half of 2019
Top 100 Discs
Welcome to another statistics blog! These are some of my favorite blogs to write and look at, since we can see some fun data about the sport we’ve grown to love! Today we’re going to be looking at some of the top discs, specifically the Top 100 Discs from the first half of 2019.
Disclaimer – This data is all from InfiniteDiscs.com, the biggest online retailer. This data is from discs sold this year- hundreds of orders shipped per day to all across the country and world.
Discraft vs Innova
First off, we notice that the Destroyer is still clenching the #1 spot, even after McBeth’s switch to Discraft. The Zeus and Luna, however are making a run for the top. They come in at 4th and 5th place respectively. The Anax was released shortly after the first half of the year, so it didn’t quite make it to the chart.
Innova appears more than 30 times on the chart, while Discraft is just under 20. Last year, this was definitely a different story; Discraft has grown a lot this year.
In the second year of having our own line of discs (produced by Innova), we have 5 discs on the chart. One of them, the Pharaoh, makes the #9 spot. The Pharaoh has definitely been our hottest mold. This is a little biased, however, because currently the only place to get our line up is from our own website. We will wholesale our own line later this year.
Discmania & MVP
Discmania & MVP both have nine entries on this list. These are two awesome disc golf companies that have been exploding in popularity recently! Axiom has the Envy at #11, and Discmania has the P2 at #3 and the FD at #13.
The Pig snags the #46 spot, largely due to Ricky Wysocki putting in his new Innova bag this year. People have started to take notice of his silky smooth pig throws!
The Orc has the #33 spot, due to an influx of some really cool Pre-Flight number Orcs that we’ve come across. People say these are the best of the Orcs, so check them out!
Kastaplast has two entries on the top 100, the Reko (#60) and the Berg (#63). Kastaplast has been putting out some really unique feeling plastic and people are loving them! The Berg and Reko are some awesome putt & approach discs worth looking into.
The MINT Discs Alpha barely snuck onto the chart at the #98 spot. MINT Discs is an up and coming company with two very good molds, the Alpha and the Bobcat. MINT has it’s fan club set in stone, with popularity growing!
- Let us know how many discs you throw from the top 100!
- Next, we’ll do a top 100 for the entire year of 2019. Which discs do you think will make the chart? The Anax?
- Which brands do you think will grow more this year and next?
- Which discs deserve to be in the top 100?
The Destroyer will remain #1 because you only have to buy about 20 of them to find one that flies like you expect it to 😛
I’d love to see what last years results were at this time… It would be very intersting to see the “McBeast” effect on Discraft.
Here is a little look at the McBeth effect on Discraft Force and Zeus compared to Destroyer.
Congrats on your own line taking so many spots, including the Top 10.
Loving the Pharaoh myself!
I’m actually super impressed by streamline. I think it is incredible that for a “brand” with so few molds to make the list a few times I awesome. I’m loving it. I know it’s mvp/axiom but still. That’s awesome.
I either need a magnifying glass or bifocals to read those br charts. I miss my younger eyes!
In the “Discmania & MVP” blurb, you referenced the “FD at #13” for Discmania while their P2 is sitting at #3.