Top Rated Discs

Top Disc Golf Drivers

The average disc golfer doesn’t want to try EVERY disc on the market just to find out what the best discs are. We’ve had discs on our site rated and reviewed by hundreds of avid disc golfers to help you determine the best golf discs. If you’re looking for the perfect disc, this is the place to start…

Top Rated Distance Drivers

When it comes to highly rated distance drivers, understable discs hold the top spots, and Latitude 64/Westside discs are highly regarded.

The Saint and Flow have the best overall ratings with nearly every reviewer saying these discs are “must haves.” It’s also interesting that the discs with the highest ratings are generally understable/stable and in the 9-11 speed category. This is likely due to the fact that the average disc golfer isn’t powerful enough for the ultra high speed discs. Moral of the story: If you don’t consistently throw for more than 350 feet, you’ll probably be happiest with a moderate speed distance driver.

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Worst Rated Disc

In case you want to buy a disc that nobody likes, the Innova Groove is the one to choose. This is the only disc we have that has double digit, negative ratings.

Discmania P-Line P2 Psycho

Discmania announced today that they are launching the Psycho P2 in their P-Line plastic. This gives the disc a new price point, where it was previously available in the very affordable D-Line and in the premium, most expensive, S-Line.

Discmania is manufactured by Innova, so each plastic line is very comparable to any Innova plastic. The P-line is exactly similar to the Pro Line plastic. Discmania states that this plastic is “a plastic blend very similar to that used in Innova’s KC Aviars, so you know it will only get better with age.”

[one_half]Whether it gets better or not with age is up to the individual player, as they adjust as the disc adjusts. The JK Aviar is a very smooth disc with a grippy texture and an easy release.

The new plastic option will probably be your smartest decision in purchasing this putter. The reason being, putters do not require a higher grade plastic as they avoid the abuse that a distance driver may experience. [/one_half]

[one_half_last][box type=”download”]Discmania claims that this will be the putter of choice among the pros by next year. We’ll see if that’s true or not, but either way… You can purchase the disc by clicking here.[/box][/one_half_last]At the same time, the increased durability from the lower D-line plastic means that you can keep this disc in your bag for a long time and plan on it being dependable each time you pull it out for a nice short putt.

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