Disc Golf Sets and Starter Kits

If you're new to disc golf, or thinking about getting into it, there are some questions that will come to mind. As a beginner, you will be looking for discs that have a controllable flight and lighter weight, usually around 165 grams. A common misconception is that there are discs specifically made for beginners, such as the Innova Leopard, Shark, and Aviar. However, some of the pro’s carry those exact discs when they play. These are just discs that can be easily controlled and will suit a beginner’s playing style much better than a more advanced disc. With practice, you will be able to start using heavier and more technical discs, creating more finesse and distance

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FAQ

  • Why do I need three discs? - In order to have a successful round of disc golf, you will need the three main discs types. A driver, a mid-range, and a putter. Each disc will help your game in a different situation.
  • Why do I need a driver? - Your driver is most likely going to be a sleek, low profile, fast flying disc, made to get maximum distance down the fairway.
  • Why do I need a mid-range? - A mid-range disc is made to give you a more accurate and precise throw to get closer to the basket. This disc will usually have great glide and a slightly larger profile.
  • Why do I need a putter? - The putter is your most valuable disc, creating a straight and even flight from close range, providing you a better chance to finish off the hole with a great score.
  • Why should I buy a set rather than individual discs? - Not only will buying a set save you money, but it will save you the hassle of finding a driver, mind-range and putter that suits a beginner!
  • Why should I pick one set over another? - Most disc golf kits will get you started in the right direction, giving you a driver, mid-range, and putter. However, some are made for more experienced players that demand more precision and technique. Most beginner kits will give you a base line plastic in order to save costs while you find a disc that matches your ability level.
  • What is the difference in sets? - Each set will contain a different variety of discs and plastics, and will vary in price. More durable plastics will carry a larger price, while the standard plastic will be slightly cheaper. The brand will also change, and with it so will the flight path of the discs. Not all discs fly the same.