Gateway Disc Golf Element midrange

Gateway Disc Sports Element Review

The Gateway Element fills that gap between your putter and midrange when you need a light throw with some distance,…
Infinite Discs Anubis

Infinite Discs Anubis Review

Infinite Discs adds another midrange to their lineup, the straight flying Anubis.  Is that a coyote headed dude guarding the…
Infinite Discs Slab

Infinite Discs Slab Review

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to throw a chunk of stone?  Me neither, but now we…
Gateway Disc Golf Prophecy Review

Gateway Disc Sports Prophecy Review

Gateway Disc Sports has stepped up their game recently and released a number of new discs and plastics including the…
RPM Discs Kea

RPM Discs Kea Review

Straight from New Zealand comes the Kea, RPM Discs' overstable midrange.  This feisty parrot is ready to help you master…
Discraft Sting Review disc golf

Discraft Sting Review

Discraft's newest driver is called the Sting, but it floats like a butterfly and is actually quite friendly to your…
Discraft Vulture Review disc golf

Discraft Vulture Review

Discraft's Vulture is the newest disc of prey in their lineup.  This distance driver will give you predictability as well…
Infinite Discs Sphinx

Infinite Discs Sphinx Review

The Sphinx stands guard at the first tee asking all disc golfers a riddle: "Which disc is just one mold…
Infinite Discs Pharaoh

Infinite Discs Pharaoh Review

The third mold released by Infinite Discs is the Pharaoh, a high-speed driver built for distance.  Offered in the swirly…
Infinite Discs Chariot

Infinite Discs Chariot Review

The second disc in the new Infinite Discs lineup is the Chariot.  This midrange comes in the highly sought after…