It can be frustrating being a leftie, because it feels like everything in the world is designed for right-hand dominant people! The same is true for the disc golf world. When you’re reading articles on which discs to use for certain throws or techniques, the majority are written through the eyes of a right-hand player.
When you first start learning the game of disc golf, you practice on clear courses with little to no obstacles. However, as you continue to develop and advance your skills, you’ll discover courses with heavily wooded sections and rough terrain! When you’re presented with a tunnel shot, how do you know what disc to use?
When you first become introduced to the game of disc golf, is seems as though each disc is designed for its own specific purpose. As you get to know the game a little better, however, you’ll discover there are multiple uses for all four disc categories! In this post, we’re looking at some of the
Dedicated disc golfers are divided on the subject of roller shots. Some of the more traditional and old school players firmly believe that all disc golf plays should be maintained in-flight. However, there are several players who believe that the goal of the game is to execute as much strategy and skill as possible. The
If you’re a new disc golf player overwhelmed by all this talk of stability, instability, hyzer, and anhyzer, this post is for you! In this article, we dive into what all those terms mean and how to choose the best stable disc golf driver for reliable, controlled, straight-flying shots down the fairway. This post is
Disc golf players, on average, use between 12 to 20 discs per game. They have to have this variety because every course presents its own unique challenges. Beyond the course itself, weather throws unique challenges at you as well! One of the most frustrating aspects of disc golf is learning to play during strong winds.
In today’s post we’re covering the elusive maximum distance drivers. These discs are the hardest discs to master and the last disc a beginner will ever introduce into their arsenal. So what’s the best maximum distance driver for disc golf? In this article, we explore what maximum distance drivers are, how to use them, and
Special shots like rollers are an important skill for all disc golf players to have handy. It’s important to have a well-rounded supply of techniques to use on the course so that you’re prepared for all situations: wind, rain, or shine. In today’s post we’re going to look at the forehand roller shot and which
There is arguably nothing more satisfactory than watching your disc fly a beautiful long distance across the course. One of the things that makes this so satisfactory is because of how much skill and power is required to throw a long distance shot! If you’re a newer player who has finally progressed to the point
Midrange discs are the most important discs for players just starting out in the game. However, with the variety of discs out there, how do you know which one to choose? What is the best mid-range disc for beginners? In this article, we’ll consider some important factors that influence your choice to use a mid-range