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Discraft Luna

$30.00
The Luna is the first putter in the Paul McBeth line for Discraft. It is his primary putter and it more overstable than a lot of other putters. It works great as a low-glide, beadless putter for players who putt with a lot of confidence. It will be a popular putter due to the reputation of Paul McBeth as a winner and will serve other experienced players well.

Discraft Malta

$30.00
The Malta has a strong and controllable flight. It has a similar feel and flight to the Zone, but having the distance and trustworthiness as a Buzzz. The Diameter is slightly bigger than a Zone, but not as wide as a full size wide-diameter mid range.

Discraft Soft Magnet

$20.00
The Soft Magnet “Chain Slammin’ Device” gives you all the great attributes of the Discraft Magnet, combined with super soft plastic. This floppy disc is more tacky and offers a better grip for a more consistent release. The Soft Magnet makes an excellent short hole driver or approach disc. For drives, the Soft Magnet has a slight amount of turn followed by moderate low speed fade.

Discraft Undertaker

$30.00
The Discraft Undertaker is a moderately overstable driver released in the summer of 2016. This disc offers some turn in flight but will finish with a manageable fade. The Undertaker will take on headwinds and offer a flight that can be utilized for both backhand and forehand throws.

Discraft Zone

$30.00
Want to get in the Zone? The Discraft Zone is a slim putter with a thick rim (1.2cm) that gives you something to hold on to. This is a very overstable putter that is good for headwinds, strategic fades, forehand throws, flick putts, and slamming into chains at just the right angle. Many Discraft enthusiasts will have a Zone in their bag as a putter that gets them out of a situation where a Flick, or sidearm putt is their only option. Being so overstable, this disc can handle the torque that a Flick will put on it!

Fourth Circle Huntsman

$22.00
The Fourth Circle Huntsman is a big bead stable-overstable putter, great for driving and putting. Fourth Circle is the first Australian manufacturer of disc golf discs.

Fourth Circle Taipan

$23.00
The Taipan is Fourth Circle's first PDGA approved disc. It is a fast, overstable driver to give you the confidence to throw in the wind.

Innova AviarX3

$27.00
Aggressive backhand and forehand throws are a breeze with the AviarX3. Our most overstable Aviar model to date, the AviarX3 is ideal for headwind upshots and drives. It has a similar grip and 3-series speed as the Aviar3 but with greater stability.

Kastaplast Grym

$30.00
Grym is the Kastaplast disc for long smooth s-curves and tailwind bombs. A distance driver with a clean shape and a comfortable 2.2 cm rim. It'll hold the line you put it on and get you far down the fairway.

Kastaplast Svea

$30.00
This easy-to-use disc might be your secret weapon to perform the lines you need. However, don’t mistake it for a beginners only disc. Whenever you need massive glide, Svea will deliver. It offers a lower profile than the Kastaplast Göte midrange disc, making it suitable for smaller hands. Easy to grip and easy to release. Svea is an old Swedish name which is derived from the people of Svea Rike, later Sweden.

Discraft Buzzz

$30.00
More players agree: Buzzz™ is the best golf disc you can buy, period. It's an ultra-dependable, straight flying midrange that you'll reach for again and again. Throw it hard and versatile Buzzz™ will hold any line you put it on. Discraft's 30-year reputation for consistency means that if you lose it, just pull out a new one and you're back in business.

Innova Firebird

$27.00
The Firebird is innova's most popular upwind distance driver/overstable driver. The Firebird’s combination of speed and stability make it possible to throw drives into the wind with confidence. An excellent disc for throwing long range flex shots. A favorite of sidearm and overhead throwers, too. This disc can fulfill a number of roles as your game develops, but not recommended for beginning players.