Drew Gibson performed wonderfully at the Las Vegas Challenge just two weeks ago. Though, Gannon Buhr did not concede easily to Drew. In an epic sudden death showdown of 4 holes, Drew left the tournament with the title of LVC Champion.
In commemoration of this, we are releasing some commemorative edition discs. This special stamp is a double single foil stamp. One stamp on the front, and another stamp on the bottom. The top stamp indicates that Drew is the LVC Champion, and the bottom stamp is Drew’s wonderful crown logo. They’re pretty cool, we’re excited about these discs and we’re excited for Drew winning as well!
As mentioned before, there are a handful of different molds that have these stamps on them. There are a few different ways on how you can see which molds have these stamps. To see them all, check out this link, this page will show you every single disc that has these stamps on it. Or you can follow the links below, these are to the individual molds:
Right now only the Scepter, Emperor, Exodus, and Falcor are available. Our team is working to get the other molds on as fast as they can. As the day/weekend goes on the other molds will become available. Be sure to check these limited edition discs, and any other disc golf need you may have right here at Infinite Discs.
The very first disc in Drew Gibson’s new Finish Line is under production. Everyone who has thrown Era prototypes is very excited about this new disc and its potential.
This fast, far flying fairway driver has an ability to stay straight longer than just about any driver on the market. It is easy to control, works for players of all skill level, and works well both backhand and forehand. The initial run of Era’s is in Finish Lines Forged plastic blend.
The Era will be released for retail sale by major disc golf retailers in March, but a limited number of pre-release discs are available for pre-order now. These discs will feature a special “Launch Edition” stamp and there will be no more than 500 of each color. This rare first disc in the new Gibson line will likely become collectible in the future.
Infinite Discs is now carrying more disc golf apparel. This apparel is unique as a portion of these proceeds will go to Drew Gibson. These proceeds will continue to help Drew tour as has been, the same concept as the tour discs. There are a variety of clothing items that sport his various logos, all to ensure that you can find a style or apparel that suits you. Whether for playing or for lounging, there is somethings for you.
We have a section within the apparel menu that is dedicated to these items. You can find all of Drew’s clothing under “Drew Gibson Apparel“.
There are a variety of caps available. Whether you need a cold weather beanie, a stylish flat brim, a comfortable floppy dad hat, or a good baseball cap; you’ll be able to find a hat that suits your needs.
The Evo Tie Dye Shorts is a sweat type short that is meant to be comfortable. Its tie die offers a stylish look as well. These shorts also offer a back pocket and hand pockets. You may place a pre-order for these now for $35.00.
9 oz., 80/20 cotton/polyester blend
Relaxed fit with tapered knee opening
100% cotton 30 singles face yarn
Elastic waistband with flat drawcord
Sewn fly detail
Back pocket & jersey lined hand pockets
Due to the nature of tie dye, loose pigments may remain on the surface of the garments. We therefore strongly recommend washing these garments only with like-colored garments, as some of the tie dyes may stain light or white colored garments in the wash cycle. Washing the garments in cold water will reduce the possibility of staining.
There are a handful hoodies, some lightweight and others a little bit thicker. There is a variety of colors, and different styled logos.
Yesterday we released the Inca, a new mid-range disc among the Infinite Discs line line. This mid-range is released with an epic Incan warrior. I imagine him charging the chains on the disc catcher. We’ve decided to start it off with a P-Blend Glow plastic. Allowing you to play a round of disc golf at night and during the day!
This is a great disc for the individual who is looking for a moderately overstable mid-range. It has a consistent flight with slight end-fade. You can also manipulate this disc fairly easily and it will hold most lines you put it on. The P-Blend Glow plastic feels good in the hand and has enough grip that it won’t slip out prematurely. Check out this great video that talks about the Inca and shows you the flight path. Thanks Taylor!
Drew Gibson’s Scepter
Disc golf fans have never seen a Scepter as majestic as the Drew Gibson signature edition. This control driver looks even better than it did before in this Swirly S Line plastic with this sweet signature stamp. Thanks Drew Gibson, yet again. You can get yourself this disc to add to your disc golf collection, whether it is for the wall or for you bag.
All of us here at Infinite Discs, we thank you all, for making it possible for us to provide awesome discs to our fellow disc golfers. Throw on!
In this quick putting tip, Team Infinite member Drew Gibson gives us advice to help improve our putting accuracy.
By focusing on spreading his fingers out along the bottom of the disc and thumb towards the center of the flight plate, Drew feels that he’s able to get better control of the angle and trajectory of the disc when he putts.
As you can see from this video, for Drew, this gives him a nice clean release and accurate putting stroke. Perhaps this tip can help you improve your putting as well.
Infinite Discs is proud and excited to announce our partnership with with touring pro Drew Gibson. Drew will be representing Infinite Discs for the 2020 season. Both Infinite and Drew are happy with the partnership. Drew will be throwing a mixed bag, including Infinite brand molds. He is looking forward to representing Infinite Discs.
“I think the (Infinite) brand is headed in the right direction, “ said Drew, “and I wanted to be a part of something that is growing.”
Get To Know Drew Gibson
Drew played in his first pro event late in 2012, and has been part of the touring scene ever since. He is well known for his ability to crush a drive over 600 feet, and do so with accuracy. He attributes his power to his fitness and form.
“I’d say my core strength and hips create most of the power. It’s just about being smooth,”said Drew, “and having a form that is duplicatable”.
That power and accuracy helped Drew cash at nearly every event he played this year. He feels that part of what gave him success this year was his progress on his mental game.
“I feel I’m on the final leg of becoming a well-rounded player, “ said Drew, “ not only physically, but mentally as well.”
Drew Gibson grew up in Sacramento, California playing baseball and racing dirt bikes. An injury in a preseason baseball game prevented him from throwing well and spelled the end of his baseball aspirations. So, he picked up disc golf to fill the competitive void. When he started playing disc golf he was surrounded by many of the big names in disc golf. He received encouragement from them and other locals, which pushed him to get better.
“There were a lot of players who had an influence on me over the years, “ said Drew. “Just to name a few would be Josh Anthon, Derek Billings, and Jim Oates.”
Drew said he was excited to represent Infinite for 2020. Not only for the freedom of disc selection, but with the opportunity to work with various manufacturers on special projects.
“I think the (Infinite) brand is headed in the right direction and I just wanted to be a part of something that is growing and see if we can’t work as a team to show the community what Infinite has to offer,” said Drew. “I think the goals for this year are large, and I think we can obtain them.”
When it comes to the near future, Drew has some simple, yet ambitious goals for the upcoming season.
“I just want to put myself in a position to win as many times as possible. I feel the more chances I have to close out an event the easier they’ll come”, he said. “I’d love to just have a strong season in 2020 and prove I can be consistent and battle for the big wins week in and week out.”
In addition to being optimistic about his future, he believes the sport will continue the growth it has been experiencing lately. He points toward Paul Mcbeth’s contract last year as evidence of a bright future for the sport.
“I think in 5 years the sport will grow tremendously. The stuff Mcbeth has done with promotion and such is just a peek into the potential I believe the sport has to offer.”
As for his longer-term outlook, Drew said, “ I’d just love to be in the mix in 5 years with Infinite on my back playing at the highest level still. I don’t think the sport or myself have cracked the potential of where it will be in 5 years.”
Asked for any advice Drew could give up-and-coming disc golfers, Drew said, “Smooth is far. The harder you try the more difficult it’ll be! Be smooth and find your groove. Don’t try to copy someone else’s throw, just work on your form and if you put in the time it’ll come.”
Drew has shown he has the talent, ambition, and knowledge to succeed in the challenging world of professional disc golf. All of us at Infinite Discs would like to welcome him to the family, and wish him all the best as he builds on last year’s successes heading into the 2020 season, and beyond!
On this day, Thursday, March 31, 2022 there are a handful of new disc releases. These new molds are pretty sweet. I’m pretty excited about all of these things.
Infinite Discs Alpaca
The Splatter S-Blend Alpaca is now available. Though it isn’t a new mold, this is a new plastic blend for the Alpaca. If you’ve thrown the Alpaca, you know, it is quite capable. It is a favorite putt & approach discs of mine. It works well putting as well as for driving and approach throws. The stability is quite manageable and allows the disc to be so versatile, I love the disc. The Splatter S-Blend Alpaca offers a great durable plastic.
The Alpaca is the quintessential beadless putter. While the Infinite Discs Cohort has a somewhat low profile rim, the Alpaca presents a deeper rim for more of a traditional putter feel. Whether thrown at the basket or lofted high for approaches and drives, the Alpaca will carry your workload with ease.
Finish Line Era
The Finish Line Era is officially available. If you haven’t had a chance to throw this disc, you know that it is pretty sweet. This is quite the manageable distance driver, providing some good glide and decent turn with a healthy fade. It flies well for me and I can shape the lines to my needs. The Forged plastic feels nice, it is definitely different than any of the other plastics currently on the market. It seems to hold up pretty well too, not too much damage that I’ve seen from my playing with it.
The Era is the first disc in Drew Gibson’s Finish Line. This disc is designed to be the all purpose control driver for players of all skill level.
With a flat top and neutral flight path the Era works well for both backhand and forehand throws. It is understable enough to work for newer players, but has enough stability that it can handle the power of Drew Gibson. The Era has enough speed and glide to go as far as many distance drivers, but has minimal fade for the straight flight of a fairway.
Prodigy Signature Line Discs
Prodigy has also released a handful of signature discs. There are a lot of different molds for their pro players. 11 different molds, 15 different pros. Following this link you’ll be able to peruse all of these molds. There are various molds, among them you’ll find a FX-2, A3, F5, M4, PX-3PA-2, PA-3, D1, PA-1F3, and the P Model US. Click the appropriate link for the specific mold if you prefer. As always, these signature discs go and help the pro and their tour.
At this precise moment, not all discs are available. Though we are working to add them all online as fast as we can. We are really excited to bring these new discs to you, and we hope that you enjoy throwing these molds. And that you will have fun playing disc golf.