Today I’m going to be looking at some of the discs that aren’t as popular. Innova released an overlooked disc blog last year and we even agree on some of the same discs! Everyone knows about the Innova Destroyer, Discmania MD4, and the Discraft Zone. But here’s 6 discs out there that I think people should be trying, and I’ll tell you why you should give them a shot. If you have any questions about the discs let me know in a comment below and I’ll get back to you with a reply..
I love to talk with people about their golf game when they get into the shop, but these are some disc recommendations that I think help people when the popular discs aren’t working for them. Some of my good friends throw Innova TeeBirds, so I’ve tried throwing them before, but they never seem to work for me. Remember, just because a disc works for your buddy doesn’t mean it has to work for you. There’s no best disc, if there was, we’d all be throwing it all the time and disc golf would get incredibly boring. So here are my suggestions if you’re having trouble finding the right disc. I tend to focus on straight flyers and understable discs; there’s so many overstable discs on the market I think you’ll find those no problem.
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We’re reaching an interesting time in disc golf. Where we’ve got a massive crop of talent at the top. Plenty of other touring pros cash frequently enough without scratching the top 25 in talent and can tour with their winnings and sponsorships.
So let’s take a step back from calling anything other than a win a failure. Improvements from year to year on a course could be a win for some of these players. Finishing top 10 should be considered good for young players. The days of players dominating and winning every single weekend are basically over. Competition is tight at the top, and it’s only getting better.