New Zuca Cart Accessory – Power Pocket Pouch

Power Pocket Pouch

The Power Pocket Pouch is a new addition to the disc golf cart accessories. This pouch is designed to make your go-to discs readily available along with some other course essentials.

It will hold 4-8 discs, your cellphone and/or wallet, a clipboard, pencils, and a mini. There are even Grommets so that you can hang towels from it. You attach this to the telescoping handle of your cart. There are two Velcro tabs that will attach the pouch to the pole, and an adjustable strap that will attach to the cart’s handle. This way the pouch remains in the same spot without sliding down the pole. This is available for purchase at InfiniteDiscs.com for $37.99.

This pouch works on a variety of different disc golf cart types or can even be attached to an ordinary backpack. View this video for the full details and functionality.

New Release – Launch Discs

Launch Disc Golf is now available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com. They are a UK based disc manufacturer that produces quality discs for the fast-growing disc golf market. There are two types of plastics available; Alpha and Omega. Alpha is the premium plastic, while the Omega is more of the putter type plastic. You can get the Cipher in Alpha, Code in Omega, and Lander in Omega. Read more about them below:

Cipher

The Cipher is the first driver release from Launch Disc Golf. It is a straight-to-overstable driver that can be used as a workhorse disc to traverse the fairway. It is comfortable to throw either backhand or forehand and it recommended for players at all experience levels, since it does not have an overly fast rim speed.

The alpha plastic is a little bit on the slicker side of plastic feel. This plastic has some bend to it, regardless, it still feels firm and durable. This disc is available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com/Launch-Disc-Golf-Cipher for $17.99

Code

The Code is an all-purpose mid-range disc. When thrown with power, it will reach a surprising distance. It has a slight turn when thrown with high speed, superb glide phase with a reliable fade finish.

The Omega plastic is on the tackier side of plastic feel. This plastic is stiffer than the Alpha plastic. This disc is available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com/Launch-Disc-Golf-Code for $12.49.

 

Lander

The Lander is an excellent debut putter from Launch Disc Golf. It has a flat top, a nicely rounded nose (rim) for comfort, and a smooth micro-bead for a little added stability. Categorized as a stable putter, having a straight flight path with a little fade at the end.

The Omega plastic is on the tackier side of plastic feel. This plastic is stiffer than the Alpha plastic. This disc is available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com/Launch-Disc-Golf-Lander for $12.49

Which of these discs would you want to try?

 

 

 

Animus and Pathfinder Release

Thought Space Athletics has released two new discs; a distance driver – the Animus – and a midrange – the Pathfinder. These discs are available right away in three plastics: Aura, Ethereal, and Ethos. Each plastic has its own unique stamp as well. Head on over to InfiniteDiscs.com/Thought-Space-Athletics to check these discs out and pick one up.

The Animus

The Animus is a high performance distance driver with a moderately overstable flight pattern. It handles torque well when thrown by experienced players, but does not have so much fade that it is unmanageable by recreational players who need an overstable driver in their bag. It has been compared to a cross between an Innova Wraith and Thunderbird.

 

The Pathfinder

The Pathfinder is an excellent mid-range that can be counted on for a consistent, straight flight down the fairway with only minimal end fade. Its excellence in flight can only be matched by the beauty of the plastic and stamps.

Dino Discs Triceratops Release

The Dino Discs Triceratops putter is now in stock!

This putter is available now in Eggshell plastic. There is a more typical putter plastic on the way. Like other Dino Discs, this is a very lightweight disc. Making it a great disc for kids, senior players, or anyone who has a slow arm. The Triceratops is an understable putter that flies fairly straight with a gentle fade at the end.

If you got the other Dino Discs, you can now finish the set off with the putter. These are available for $10.99 now on our website: https://infinitediscs.com/Dino-Discs-Triceratops

Backpack Releases October 2020

For those of you that are in the search of a new bag for whatever reason, we’ve recently put some new ones online for purchase. It seems that there is a bag for every price point within these new releases. There is the Axiom Shuttle, The MVP Voyager Lite,  the Dynamic Discs Paratrooper, the Latitude 64 Core Pro, and the Dynamic Discs Combat Ranger. These are all available on our website now.

Axiom Shuttle

The Axiom Shuttle is an excellent bargain bag. This is great if you’re switching from a shoulder bag to a backpack. This bag will hold all the basics that you need it to; 12-16 discs, water bottle, cell phone, keys, mini marker, sharpie/pencil(s), a grip enhancement tool, and a snack. You can pick this bag up for $39.99 online here.

 

 

MVP Voyager Lite

The MVP Voyager Lite is very similar to the Voyager, except that it is 25% lighter than it. You’ll be able to carry 20-22 discs comfortably. As well it has ample room for storage, whether it is stuffing your jacket into the bag or carrying necessities for your tournament, it has the storage you need. This is a good mid-size lightweight bag that can hold a good amount. You can purchase this bag for $89.99 by following this link.

 

DD Paratrooper

The DD Paratrooper is the big brother of the Trooper bag. This has the ability to carry 18+ discs in the main compartment. Where it has two decently sized side pockets, you’ll be able to carry the necessities and a little extra. The water bottle holders on this bag can hold some big bottles. A 32oz bottle fits in it with some wiggle space. With more padding than the trooper, you’ll carry the bag more comfortably. You’ll be able to buy this bag here for $99.99.

 

Latitude 64 Core Pro

The Latitude 64 Core pro is the next upgrade from their Core bag. This one will hold up to 18 discs in the main compartment. It is lighter than the Luxury E4 bag, making it less tiring to carry for those long days on the course. There are two side pockets that will allow you to carry a multitude of things that you’ll need on the course. You could fit a 32oz bottle in it and still have room for other things. There is an adjustable strap on one side that will allow easy carry of an umbrella or a tournament stool, or both. With this bag you’ll have what you need on the course. Purchase this bag by clicking on the link, it is available for $99.99.

 

DD Combat Ranger

The DD Combat Ranger is a new bag that is based off of the beloved Ranger bag. This one has various improvements above the Ranger itself. The putter quick grab has a little more room for easier access. It has some upgrades that the Ranger doesn’t have. There is a bladder pouch for a bladder, or you could use if for disc storage as well. They’ve expanded upon the upper pouch, making it larger for more storage capabilities. And a better pad system that will allow for improved back ventilation on those hot summer days. Buy this bag for $199.99 here.

 

New Release of the Mint Mustang & Bullet

Mint Discs had a new release earlier this week, on Monday, September 7. A new stable midrange, the Mustang. And a new stable putter, the Bullet.

This midrange is a stable, straight flying. It has a good healthy fade at the end of its flight. The mustang will fly on whatever line you put it on. It makes an excellent compliment to the Bobcat.

The bullet is a straight flying putter. With a micro bead, this disc fits well in the hand, and it will keep its stable flight path for just a little longer. This is a great “point and shoot” putter.

Discmania Active Line Release

Discmania has been introducing their Active Line discs, initially in base plastic runs, but the time has now come for new disc names and premium plastic.  There are five “new” (renamed) discs that are available in both Active Baseline plastic and some in Active Premium. Head on over to Infinite Discs to check out these discs to see if they are a good fit for your disc golf bag: the Mentor, the Genius, the Magician, the, Maestro, and the Sensei.

Note: The original names have been retired.

Discmania went with an excellent choice of vivid colors for these new disc golf discs. This new Active Premium Line plastic looks wonderful and has good grip. You can read more about the release here. And of course, if you’ve been waiting for this new release and already know what disc you want, head on over to Infinite Discs to make your purchase.

Leave a comment below: which of these five Discmania discs is your favorite? What are your thoughts on Discmania’s new Active Premium Line plastic?

New Disc Golf Discs for 2020

New Discs for 2020!

 

With the new year and tournament season under way, we thought it would be good to look at some of the new disc golf discs for 2020. There are many discs that have been PDGA approved, release date announced,  and we are just awaiting the release date. With other molds, manufacturers keep details close to the vest until their announcement. Every year manufacturers introduce new discs to the sport. Some molds make a splash and instantly becoming popular, like last year’s Kong/Zeus. Others don’t have as much impact.

The PDGA approved 74 new molds in 2019. Most of them went to production. Some won’t arrive until later this year. Only time will tell how they fare with the DG community.

Let’s take a look at some the the upcoming releases for 2020. We will continue to check out discs throughout the year, as manufacturers approve or announce them.

 


 

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Infinite Disc Ruin

 

We will start with Infinite Discs and the much anticipated Ruin putter. Do you love your Harp? Do you rely on your Zone? Is an overstable putter one of your go-to discs? You should give the Ruin a try! This beadless beauty will fight any headwind you will experience. When you throw the Ruin, you KNOW it gives reliable, hard fades for perfect placements. The Ruin is available in our durable C-Line plastic, our grippy I-Blend and now in amazingly colorful C-Blend dyed! Infinite Discs released the Ruin on January 17th with our awesome Alien stamp.

 


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Discmania Active Line

 

Discmania announced it will be expanding its Active line to include an Active Premium plastic. Three molds will be made in the new plastic, the Sensei, a low-profile putter, the Maestro, a small-diameter midrange, and the Mentor, a control driver. Although the Sensei has been sold in Discmania Mystery Boxes for a while, it hasn’t been released on it’s own. The Sensei, Maestro, and Mentor will also be available in the base Active plastic. The discs’ profiles and flights are not new. They are renamed versions of Discmania’s Tiger Warrior, Spring Ox, and Sea Serpent discs. The new names are retired. Also retiring are the Fox Spirit, which will become the Magician, and the Sun Bird, which is changing to the Genius. The Magician and Genius will only be available in base plastic.

 

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RPM Kotare

 

The New Zealand disc golf company release its new, overstable driver Kotare (Pronounced Ko-Tar-Ray). The high-speed driver has a turn of 0 and fade of 3, making the disc excellent for straight or headwind shots. And that strong fade makes for great turnover shots. The flight rating is 12, 5, 0, 3

 


 

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Discraft Fierce

 

With Paige Pierce’s move to Discraft, it’s no surprise that the company would release a new mold to support the World Champion. Paige’s new prototype disc is a beadless, understable putt and approach disc, and Discraft released the disc on January 17th. Discraft announced the name of the new disc, the Fierce. Pierce is Fierce on the course!

 


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Mint Freetail

 

Mint discs had the first release of 2020 with their popular understable control driver, the Freetail. They released the disc on January 6th.. Mint discs has a very loyal following and we went through the first order rather quickly. Fortunately, the Freetail is now back in stock.

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Kastaplast Lots

 

Kastaplast, out of Sweden, saw their disc the Lots approved this year. It is a straight flying, utility fairway driver. It boasts a flight rating of 9, 5, -1, 2. They are available in K1 Plastic. Lots means “pilot” in Swedish and refers to one who navigates the harbor or coast. Just like navigating the course with a Lots

 

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Latitude 64 Sapphire

 

Latitude 64 added to its beginner-friendly line of discs with the release of the Sapphire. Initially available in the popular Chameleon plastic, the first run of the speed 10 driver quickly sold out. The mold is now available in Opto and Gold Line plastics. The driver has a flight rating of 10, 6, -2, 1.5. It is a 150-class disc.

 

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Innova Invictus

 

Invictus means “unconquered” in Latin and for long range throws into a headwind, there’s no equal. Some pros refer to the Star Invictus as a “faster Firebird.” Innova Star Team’s Garrett Gurthie says, “If you think you have the power, you need this disc.” Keep an eye out for the Invictus at the end of March. The new mold features a flight rating of 10, 4, 0, 3.

 

 


 

Several other major manufacturers have had discs approved, and we await news about their release dates.

Innova is releasing the Avatar this year. The putter adds another overmold disc to their large library of discs.

Dynamic Discs got two approved at the end of last year: the Sergeant, described as a hybrid driver,

between a fairway and a high-speed driver, and the Bounty, a straight-flying midrange. They Bounty will be part of the Trilogy Challenge players pack. Dynamic Discs will release the Sergeant in April 2020.

Discmania recently got their Tactic approved. They are describing it as a disc that fills the gap between putters and mid-range discs. The the flight numbers are 4, 2, 0, 3.

International Brands

Several smaller brands have had discs approved in the last couple months. Many of these companies are located in countries around the world:

XCOM has several discs approved by the PDGA:

XPT1 (Advanced Putt)

XPT2 (Advanced Mid-Range)

XPT3 (Beginner Mid-Range)

XPTe (Beginner Fairway Driver)

XPT5 (Advanced Distance Driver)

Crosslap Discgolf Park, a German company, got approved for their driver, the Vigil (Called the Pipeline as a prototype). It sports a flight of 8, 6, -2, 1.5, and will be available in Advanced, Maximum, and Platinum Plastic.

Disctroyer, the disc golf manufacturer in Estonia, was approved for their putter, the Sparrow (Varblane in Estonian). Discstroyer’s web site shows the flight numbers as 3, 3, 0, 2. The Sparrow joins the mid range Skylark (5, 4, 0, 2) and the high-speed Starling (13, 5, -2, 2) in the Disctroyer lineup.

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