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We're trying to figure out which plastic types disc golfers like best among all the disc manufacturers. Most disc golfers use a variety of different plastics depending on the disk type, season, and use of the disc. To help us figure out the best disc golf plastics, we're asking the following questions:
Please click the links below and answer on the Infinite Discs Facebook page. Once we have enough data, we'll publish the results.
Added by Alan Barker on November 4, 2013 at 1:38pm — No Comments
If you like Prodigy discs, and fairway drivers, then the discs you've been waiting for are finally here. Prodigy isn't dinking around this time, and are unleashing four of their fairway drivers all at once.
I haven't seen if these new discs have been PDGA approved yet, but they should be soon. Here's a break down of the new fairway drivers that will be…Continue
Added by Alan Barker on July 8, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
There are lots of new disc golfers, but with so many discs to choose from and all the terminology, how is a new disc golfer supposed to figure out a good disc?
We're looking for advice for beginners, by providing some at InfiniteDiscs.com, you have a chance to win a brand new disc of your choice.
Here's the link http://infinitediscs.com/best-disc-golf-drivers-for-beginners/
Added by Alan Barker on June 28, 2013 at 1:20pm — No Comments
Prodigy just released two of their putters to retailers this morning -- the overstable PA-1 and understable PA-4. To my surprise, they are in the same series 400 plastic as all of their previous releases. This is a great plastic, but I was kind of hoping for something a little softer for a putter.
Nevertheless, these should be hot items. I think this plastic will work great for driving. I'm not sure how popular it will actually be for short distance putts.
While the Prodigy…Continue
Added by Alan Barker on April 24, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
We just received word that the stable flying Prodigy Drivers D2 and D3 will be available the first week of April. The initial Prodigy distance drivers, the D1 and D4 were released in January, and many disc golfers who love them are anxious for the straighter flying D2 and D3.
In addition to the D2 and D3, we will also be receiving the M4, the most understable of the Prodigy Mids.
To order these great discs, use these links:…Continue
Added by Alan Barker on March 29, 2013 at 11:27pm — No Comments
InfiniteDiscs.com just added Gateway Discs to their line up. We're looking for reviewers of these discs, and are giving away FREE discs to people who rate and review Gateway discs on our site. If you haven't tried Gateway discs yet, we've placed all Gateway discs on sale.Continue
This is a new disc golf website with the goal of helping players to find and buy the perfect golf disc. This site allows you to narrow down your disc search by disc speed (using Innova's ratings but…Continue