Focus Friday – Discs at a Discount

Focus Friday – The Construct

Welcome back to another Focus Friday, where you get to learn about a disc and receive a great discount so you can give it a try yourself. This week, we are focusing on a recently released mold that comes in an assortment of quality plastics… The TSA Construct

Currently you can find this mold in three different plastics; Ethos, Ethereal and Aura. Thought Space Athletics has a variety of plastics so you can find the one that feels right for you. Some of the plastics are softer and therefore more understable, while others are stiff and present as more stable. That is the great thing about this brand, you can find the exact one for you!

The Construct by Thought Space Athletics is the quintessential disc that crosses over perfectly between fairway driver and distance driver. Experienced players can power-down for excellent placement control while newer players will not be overwhelmed by its 10-speed rim. Many players will find that they can reach further distances with the manageable speed and moderate fade.

DISCOUNT -> To get a CONSTRUCT at 15% off, use this code at check out: “FOCUSCONSTRUCT”

This will end Monday night, so get on this amazing deal while you can! 

Additionally, check out this page, to see all the other items that are on sale for the week.

Note: After placing your discs in the shopping cart and before checking out, click on the “Discount Code” box under the shopping cart and enter that code. Then proceed to checkout.

Halloween Sale

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

Loads of candy. An excuse to dress up. Spooky decorations… this is Halloween

Halloween is the beginning of the end-of-year holidays. It is a unique holiday, one that brings around good memories and sugar rushes. To celebrate this spooky time of year, we are offering 10% off ALL Halloween-themed discs.

TAKE 10% OFF – ‘STAYSPOOKY22’

 

Check out the list below to see just which mold you should get. Use the discount code above to claim your discount… if you dare! The code is valid Friday, Oct. 28 – 31

Infinite Discs Swirly S-Blend Tomb

Infinite Discs Luster C-Blend Emperor/Pharaoh

Infinite Discs D-Blend Glow Chariot

Legagy Glow Ghost 

Legacy Icon Outlaw

DX Color Glow Aviar/Roc

MVP Exlipse 2.0 Resistor

Infinite Discs “Eye”- Blend Tombs

Discraft Z Glo BuzzzSupercolor Buzzz

Mint Discs FreetailLatitude 64 Ballista Pro

Dynamic Discs EMac Truth & Westside Maiden

 

Click HERE to see ALL Halloween themed discs together

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

New Discs Releases

New Disc Releases – Aug. 14-27

 

Prodiscus Discs – Origo

This is the newest Prodiscus putter, the Origo.

This mold is a beadless putt-and-approach disc with a shallower feel in hand. The Origio has a dependably straight flight with minimal fade at the end. This disc is available in both base and premium plastics, get one HERE.

Flight numbers: 3 | 3 | 0 | 1

Yikun – Twin Swords

The Twin Swords is the first roll-out disc model from Yikun in their Tortoise Line plastic which is their overmold “Shell” configuration. The rim is attached to the flight plate through their own, unique method, giving the discs an amazing look.

The Twin Swords is a distance driver with a Speed 12 rating and wide, yet comfortable rim width. The Twin Swords is a unique and exciting new offering to the disc golf world, earning a spot in the bag for players at all levels.

They recently release it in this unique watermelon configuration, get one HERE

Flight numbers: 12 | 5 | 0 | 2

Infinite Discs

Slab

The Slab is a workhorse and can come in handy in a lot of situations. Whether you want a disc that fights the wind or you are in need of a dependable fade, the Slab is for you! Keep a look out this week for the stock stamp edition of this popular mold (Wednesday Midnight California Time).

Flight numbers: 12 | 3 | 0 | 4

Dynasty

The Dynasty is our newest mold, and we now have it available in 3 different plastics, the newest being the C-Blend.

The Dynasty is a stable fairway driver. This control driver offers enough stability to provide a consistent “S-curve” flight. Also, it can still fly most any line you would want. Making this into a highly controllable disc. All the while it can achieve good distance for beginner and advanced players alike.

Flight numbers: 9 | 5 | -1 | 2

Tomb

The Tomb is one of the most popular Infinite molds, and it was finally restocked last week!

It appeared this time in Metal Flake Glow plastic. Overall, the tomb is a flat-topped, low-profile, putt-and-approach disc with a comfortably smooth, beaded rim. The Tomb has just the right amount of stability to cover ground while threading the needle on approach shots, whether thrown forehand or backhand. It can also be used as a crossover mid-range, driving putter, or to hold the line while putting for distance or in moderate winds.

Flight numbers: 3 | 4 | 0 | 1

Anubis

The Anubis is a straight-flying, all-purpose, precision mid-range disc that will fit into the bags of both novice and professional players.

We teamed up with touring pro Maria Oliva to bring you a beautiul Signature Glow S-Blend Anubis that is so buttery smooth and useful on the fairway.

Every player can count on the Anubis to hold the line whether thrown for shorter approaches or for longer distances off the tee. The Anubis will help players to fine-tune their throwing skills by flying precisely in accordance with the release from the hand.

Flight numbers: 5 | 5 | 0 | 0

Wild Discs

Sea Otter, Stock Stamp

The Sea Otter is a slow and floaty disc, and was released on Infinitediscs.com in Lava plastic. This overstable putter is a dependable and workable putter. It even works well as a throwing putter. Its low speed, higher glide, and overstability provide a disc that is workable and consistent. This will be a go-to disc for those tighter approach shots or where accuracy is paramount.

Flight numbers: 2 | 3 | 0 | 2

Cole Redalen Signature Sea Otter

Same as the Lava Sea Otter, this Signature Lava putter features a new stamp collaboration with the touring pro player Cole Redalen who is sponsored by both Wild Disc and Infinite Discs.

Flight numbers: 2 | 3 | 0 | 2

Great White

The Great White is a high speed, overstable distance driver that is a recent addition to our site. This driver has high glide, allowing it to achieve great distance and long flights. This is a dependable disc that can handle power. Making this disc an excellent distance driver for those power throwers, or as a utility disc.

Flight numbers: 13 | 5 | -1 | 3

Doomsday Discs – Frag

The Doomsday Discs Frag may be one of the most overstable discs on the market. This may not be the most versatile disc, but the Frag will consistently fade hard, making it the perfect utility disc.

Flight numbers: 5 | 2 | 0 | 5

ABC – Flying Squirrel

This understable midrange has excellent glide. The speed of the Flying Squirrel combined with its steady glide means that if thrown correctly, you can watch the Flying Squirrel sail through the air in a beautiful S-Curve that glides directly to your target. The disc does have a slightly stronger tendency to slice rather than hook, and is really easy to throw.

Flight numbers: 6 | 5 | -3 | 2

Thoughtspace Athletics- Alter

The Alter by TSA’s is their first beaded putter with a flat top and low profile. This stable disc flies consistently with a moderate fade. The Alter will be a reliable tool in your bag that will work well on the teepad, the green, and finishing at the basket.

Flight numbers: 3 | 3 | 0 | 1

RPM – Kotuku

The Kotuku is a reliable, overstable to straight mid-range disc with a nice end-fade. It will easily hold a line and flies with a glide that is sneaky long.

This run of the Kotuku is a Dave Feldberg signature disc in strata plastic, get it HERE

Flight numbers: 5 | 5 | 0 | 2

New Disc Release

Infinite Discs Slab

The Metal Flake Slabs have been out of stock for a while, so it feels good to have them back in stock! This run of Metal Flake Slabs is a signature series, featuring Team Infinite Member Dallin Blanchard.

Dallin stated that “These are amazing! The Infinite Discs Slab changed my game!”

The Slab is a workhorse and can come in handy in a lot of situations. Whether you want a disc that fights the wind or you are in need of a dependable fade, the Slab is for you! Keep a look out this week for the stock stamp edition of this popular mold (Wednesday Midnight California Time).

Prodigy Shadowfax

This is Prodigy’s newest mold, in collaboration with Cale Leiviska. You will find that the Shadowfax is a slightly understable fairway driver, making it perfect for shot shaping. This driver will bring you a controllable high-speed turn, ending with a mild fade keeping it from rolling over.

LØft Discs

Løft Discs is the first disc golf manufacturer hailing from Denmark. They specialize in making premium discs and high quality disc golf gear.

The Hydrogen – A slow, fast, and straight flagship putter. It will hold any line you put it on. This mold was restocked in Gamma-Solid plastic a.k.a Glow

Flight numbers: 1 | 2 | 0 | 0

 

The Silicon – A low profile overstable midrange with a soft, curvy rim design. It will hold a dependable fade, even in a headwind. This is the first time this mold has been in Alpha-Solid plastic.

Flight numbers: 5 | 4 | 0 | 3

New Disc Releases

New Disc Releases – July 17th

 

6 New Yikun Molds

All of these molds were released on Thursday, July 21st. Here is a breakdown of each ->

Distance Drivers

  • Long: Speed 10 – Stable with lots of dome
  • Rong: Speed 13 – Understable with a wide rim

Mid Range

  • Kang: Speed 3 – Beaded bottom with a straight flight
  • Zheng: Speed 5 – Versatile mid that can hold many lines

Putters

  • Ling: Speed 3 – Understable with a textured top plate
  • Yi: Speed 3 – Straight flight with a rounded nose

 

 

Thought Space Athletics

Omen – Nebula Ethereal: This discs is a 9 speed with a hard fade at the end. This plastic is a favorite, it being a durable type that won’t wear down quickly.

Pathfinder – Ethereal: This mold is a mid-range that has a consistent flight and minimal fade at the end.

Splatter S-Blend Anubis

The Anubis has NEVER been run in this plastic before, making is very unique run for this mold! The Anubis is a very straight-flying midrange that is a must have for many golfers. It will hold on any line you put it on. This plastic has shown to have a very straight flight with a slight fade at the end. Grab one HERE.

Lisa Fajkus I-Blend Emperor RESTOCK

This is a popular mold and a popular plastic for many players! This moderately overstable and powerful distance driver is a must have in your bag! Grab one with this sweet stamp on it HERE.

 

New Disc Releases

NEW DISCS: June 26 – July 2

Here is a breakdown of some of the latest molds that were released and restocked last week:

Finish Line Era

  The Finish Line Era is the first mold from this USA-based company. Owned by Drew Gibson and sold by Infinite Discs, this company is dedicated to making quality discs. The second run of the Era was released last week, and there are still a few available, so get yourself one HERE 

The Era is designed to be the all-purpose control driver for players of all skill levels.

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.

Clash Discs Soda & Butter

Two new Clash discs were released last week… the Soda and the Butter. Clash Discs has surprised many with its premium plastics and excellent discs. Learn about these two new molds below, and try a SODA or BUTTER today.

The Soda is an understable fairway driver designed for distance and shot shaping, making this a great mold for players of all skill levels. Its flight allows for a large variety of throws such as hyzer-flips and anhyzer lines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Butter is a straight flying putter with a minimal fade. It features a beadless and round profile, giving you a comfortable grip. This makes for a great putter that will fly straight, hyzer, or anhyzer; shaping the shot to whatever you need it to be.

Alfa Discs Cosmic

The Cosmic is the second disc produced by the Norway based company, Alfa Discs. Alfa Discs only began in 2021, but is already making some great molds. Their first mold is a straight flying midrane, the APOLLO. They are following that up with this newest fairway mold, the COSMIC.

The Cosmic is a dependable fairway driver with high glide, providing a nice consistent flight capable of a variety of flights. It is capable of holding a variety of lines from hyzer to anhyzer, making it the highly capable mold for shot shaping, or to get controllable distance.

EV-7 Telos

 

This company focuses solely on making quality putters for the average or professional disc golfer. They had 3 molds before releasing this newest one, the TELOS. Each putter comes in a premium, grippy putter blend for maximum catch and accuracy.

The EV-7 Telos is a fantastic putter that fits right in between the Penrose and the Phi in terms of stability. This disc has the flat top like the Penrose, but the beadless bottom like the Phi. This is an excellent stability for an all purpose disc golf putter and will help you find the green and make more putts.

 

Discmania Signature C-Line P2

Making yet another appearance, the Discmania Sky God IV is on the market, featured on the Simon Lizotte Signature C-Line P2. The P2 is known for its tremendous putting accuracy, but don’t underestimate its ability to be a great approach or off the tee putter.

The P2 is a straight flying, but slightly overstable putter made by Discmania. This disc is stable enough that it can handle headwind throws and fairly long approach shots. This putter was designed specifically for pro players, but can be useful for disc golfers of all skill levels. There are many people who rely on this putter to help them eliminate strokes from their game.

Prodigy A5

The A5 is an approach disc in the famous 400 Prodigy plastic. This plastic is grippy and stiff while also being bendable to shape those perfect shots. You won’t be disappointed when purchasing one of these discs, get yourself an A5 today.

 

The A5 is a straight-to-understable approach disc for touchy approach shots that need a lot of precision under low power.

 

Thoughtspace Temple

TSA is always on brand when it comes to their stamp designs. But their discs are also on brand for being buttery and dependable. This newest mold, the Temple, comes in Nerve plastic which is a stiff, grippy plastic designed for accuracy. The TEMPLE is one of the first approach molds that TSA has released and is bound to get good reviews.

The Temple is an overstable approach designed to handle power and windy conditions. This disc works excellent as a driver and a utility disc. The Temple is a disc that you can trust to hold the line before a solid end-fade to the target.

Lone Star – 3 New Molds

Lone Star is the underdog when it comes to quality molds. Most all their discs have good reviews, and they are gaining in popularity. Last week, they released three new molds: The CHUPACABRA, the DOME, and the BULL SNAKE.

The Chupacabra is an overstable fairway driver that will work well in any condition. This features a hard fading hook at the end of the flight, providing an excellent utility mold that will always be trusted to come out of that anhyzer angle or to always fade.

 

 

 

The Dome, named after the iconic “Astrodome” is an understable fairway driver. This is a good driver for a beginner, helping them achieve greater distance than before. For more advanced players, it is a good choice for a go to understable fairway driver.

 

 

 

The Bull Snake is an overstable putt & approach mold. It exhibits a longer wing, more broad shoulder, and a microbead. This will prove itself a trustworthy mold despite weather conditions.

Discraft Ledgestone – Wave 4 Discs

Discraft Wave 4 – Ledgestone Discs

We have received the final shipment of Discraft Ledgestone 2022 discs!

ALL of these molds and plastics have been out of stock for a while, so now’s your chance to restock on some of your favorites.

Read below to check out which molds came in —>

                                             Big Z Venom & Z Metallic Roach

 

 

                           Z Metallic Ringer GT & Z Midnight Challenger

 

 

                              Z Swirl Tour Series Avenger & Big Z Nebula

 

 

                                              Z Metallic FLX Zone & Big Z Pulse

 

 

                            Z Glo Sparkle Buzzz & Cryztal Sparkle Mantis

 

                        Big Z Meteor & ESP Tour Series Swirly Thrasher

 

 

Click HERE to see all the 2022 Ledgestone Discs from each wave

We are uploaded these as quickly as possible, but it may take a few days before they are all live. If you don’t see your desired mold in stock, wait a day or so and check back or set a website alert.

 

Introducing Clash Discs

 

 

 

 

Clash Discs

 

Tucked between the countries of Sweden and Russia to the east and west, and Norway and the Baltic Sea to the north and south is the country of Finland. It is home to professional disc golfers Eveliina Salonen, Henna Blomroos, and Seppo Paju. On the south end of the country lies Helsinki, the capitol of Finland.  Further north and east from Helsinki you’ll find the municipality of Kontiolahti, which has over 20% of its area covered by water. It is about 50 miles from the border of Russia, and it is home to Clash Discs.

Filling a Need

 

Like many ventures, Clash Discs was born out of a need. Clash founder, Timo Nuutinen, discovered that his oldest son had borrowed then lost, one of his other son’s favorite discs. The disc was out of stock everywhere and became impossible to replace. That was Timo’s light bulb moment. He figured that the solution was to make his own discs. And a new discs golf company was born.

Clash Discs started in early 2021 and saw its first prototypes by summer of that year. Those prototypes were putt/approach discs. After receiving positive feedback about the molds and plastic from those who tested the discs, the company began selling discs locally by late 2021.

 

Signing a Pro

 

For such a young company, Clash Discs made a big splash in disc golf when they announced the signing of touring pro Nikko Locastro with a six-figure contract. The contract stipulates that Nikko can throw an ‘open bag’, which allows him to throw other brands besides Clash Discs. Even so, Nikko said that some of the Clash molds immediately made their way into his bag.

“(Their) plastic feels high performance and flies true. Several discs made my lineup from the very first box I opened. Looking forward to progressing with this company by working together,” said Nikko.

The plastic that Nikko is referring to is called Steady Plastic. It is the plastic type used to make their first few releases. It has some good grip to it, and both looks and feels amazing! Just like a premium plastic. It is also durable. Another plastic that will be available soon is Hardy Plastic. It is sturdier, more durable plastic that will give discs an even longer life. Clash also has plans for a Glow plastic.

Clash Molds

The first four Clash molds to be PDGA approved were the Berry, Mango, Mint, and Popcorn. Three of the four Clash Discs are currently available for sale and the Mango will be available soon.

Seeing the names of their discs, it becomes apparent that they have a specific naming convention. Clash Discs’ believes that their molds each have a different flavor, so Design Department head Ilkka Kosunen chose the names to reflect the unique flights of each of their discs.

The Mint is Clash’s overstable putt/approach disc. It was the first mold released by them. The Mint is a beadless putter, similar to the Zone or Harp. It will fight a headwind and deliver a reliably hard fade at the end.

The Berry is a straight-flying midrange that would be comparable in flight to a Buzzz or Truth. It is a shapeable mold that gives you control over its flight. It comes in weights ranging from 160’s to 180g and is currently available in Steady Plastic.

The Popcorn is a beadless, straight putter that still has a fade to its flight. It’s like a beadless Tomb, but with a slightly deeper rim. The fairly neutral flight means it can be shaped for approaches.

The Mango is among the few discs already planned for release. It is an overstable midrange disc. The Ginger and Pepper were approved this year and will be released this spring. The Ginger is an understable fairway driver and the Pepper an overstable distance driver.  Some of these molds will be available in the Hardy Plastic, and some in the Glow. There will also be Nikko Locastro signature series discs, but no word yet which molds they will be.

Growing the Brand

Clash Discs has plans to announce additional team members later in the year. They say that their team members will represent disc golf in several different countries and continents. As for now, Nikko will be the only touring pro representing Clash Discs.

Even though signing a well-known pro was a big step for such a young company, Clash says that they wanted to come out swinging. Their plan was to create premium plastics and make those available on plenty of different molds, representing a variety of disc types. They want players to be able to have a complete bag of Clash Discs.

“The first year was spent making molds and test castings. The goal was to find good premium plastic and there were almost 100 test-driven plastic grades, ” said Markku Pyykkönen, CEO of Clash Discs. “We got about ten different molds designed and tested so we could hit the market with the whole product family. And our product development continues to be very high quality, fast and flexible.”

The Clash Future

Clash Discs has faith that they will grow as a company as disc golf continues to grow. They recognize the popularity of the sport and how disc golf can be played by such a variety of demographics. And they want to contribute to the growth and popularity. Speaking about the future of Clash Discs, Markuu said, “In the future, we will invest in actively getting more and more premium quality molds. And our product development continues to be very high quality, fast and flexible.”

Based on what we’ve seen so far, it’s safe to say they are off to great start and are headed in the right direction. They are passionate about disc golf, they have some great molds, and they have impressive plastic. Check out the the latest news and information about Clash Discs on their website (HERE).

Which Mold Would You Chose?

Be sure to check out Infinite Discs current selection of Clash Discs (HERE). Then comment below to let us know which of their current or future molds would have the best chance of making it into YOUR bag. We’ll randomly select three commenters and send them a Clash Disc! If you’ve thrown a Clash disc, let us know which mold(s) you’ve thrown and what you think about the disc and the plastic.