When you first start playing disc golf, you start with just a few discs. You grab your favorite driver, midrange, and putter and head to your local course. You get bit by the disc golf bug and you are hooked. Now you are visiting the local disc golf retailer or browsing one of the many online shops looking for your next disc to buy.
A few weeks or months go by and you have new favorite discs. Of course, you need to buy some backups. Then your favorite company comes out with a new disc. You must have it. Then a new manufacturer comes out and you have to buy the all new discs.
Next thing you know, you have “too many” discs (is there such a thing?). What do you do with all of these? Keep them stacked up in a room? Throw them in some big plastic bin? What about a Trotterbox? What is a Trotterbox? Let us explain.