Warming up will lead to better, and more consistent scores out on the disc golf course. If you’re playing a competitive round of disc golf I highly recommend you take some time to stretch, get some calisthenics in, and some putts and drives in.
If you’re a disc golfer you know exactly how much better you feel after a round. Some people call disc golf “therapy” but it’s not, it’s therapeutic and it’s great. I think disc golf (overall) has a calming effect on me. We all get wound up from time to time, and sometimes throwing some plastic on the course is just what we need.
I love the jump putt. I think it’s a very underrated part of the approach game. If I’m 35-100 feet away (and going for it) you’re probably going to see me jump putting for my approach. That’s why in my blog about getting more tap in birdies, I listed the jump putt as one of my first choices for an approach shot.
Buckle up. It’s a long, long blog, full of information and hyperlinks. But I promise it’s worth reading! I spent more hours on this blog than any other, and I hope to be able to answer a couple of big questions at the end.“What’s the best disc golf disc?”“Which Discs have won the most world championships?”
Innova has a variety of plastics across their molds and each offers a different kind of flight pattern. In this blog I'll break down the choices and explain the differences to help in future Innova disc purchases.