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All Things Disc Golf just posted a review of the Dynamic Discs Warden. Along with the review, we’re giving away a brand new Warden to five lucky readers.
The gang at Local Route Labs has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds to make their Disc Golf Unchained video game a reality. We talked with the two founders of the company to get the details on their new disc golf video game and what their plans are.
Discraft decided to speed things up for this year’s Ace Race. Previous Ace Race discs have usually been a putter or a midrange. The 2013 Ace Race disc is a true fairway driver with a very controllable flight.
When Innova announced their new Atlas midrange, disc golfers everywhere started to talk about it. Many questions were brought up. All Things Disc Golf went straight to the source for the answers.
Read our interview with Innova co-founder and CEO Dave Dunipace for answers to some of the most popular questions.
This weekend the 13th Deaf National Championship takes place in Springfield, Illinois. We talked with tournament director Kent Schafer to get a history lesson on the deaf disc golf community and a preview of the event.
Tuesday was a busy day for All Things Disc Golf. First, we talked to Michael Brouphy from UB Disc Golf about their upcoming line of discs called Hand Candy. Then, this afternoon, Innova announced their new Atlas midrange with a colorful overmold. Check out more details at All Things Disc Golf.
This week has been Dynamic Discs week at All Things Disc Golf. We’ve had interviews with owner Jeremy Rusco and team member Eric McCabe along with reviews of their first six production discs and their Ranger backpack. Check out all the details below.
- Busy year continues for Dynamic Discs
- Dynamic Discs Ranger backpack review
- Dynamic Discs Escape review
- Dynamic Discs Judge review
- Dynamic Discs Fugitive review
- Dynamic Discs Suspect review
- Dynamic Discs Trespass review
- Dynamic Discs Renegade review
- Interview with 2012 PDGA World Champion Eric McCabe
The 2013 PDGA National Tour heads to Michigan this weekend for the Discraft Great Lakes Open. All Things Disc Golf gets you up to speed with a tournament preview and our picks to click for Fantasy Disc Golf.
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.
It was a little more understable than we expected. Check out our review for full details, flight ratings and flight chart from inbounds Disc Golf.
Today marks a new era for Grip Equipment. The disc golf bag manufacturer announced earlier this month production on their popular disc golf bag would be coming to an end. This opened the door for a redesigned and improved bag.
This afternoon, GripEQ announced the A-Series disc golf bag. We’ve worked with Dan Hall, Vice President of Operations for Grip Equipment to get all the details on the new A-Series bag. Hall also talked about new partnerships for GripEQ.
While Innova Champion Discs certainly has its fair share of high speed drivers, the latest high speed release has been turning heads. The Innova Tern was first announced in late 2012 and charged onto the scene earlier this year.
It has been quite the week at All Things Disc Golf with features from many corners of the disc golf world. We started the week with a recap of the Hall of Fame Classic where Ricky Wysocki took home the title. Then we got into the head of Latitude 64 Sales Manager Svante Eriksson and looked at what the Swedish disc golf company has coming up. We also published our review of the Latitude 64 Mace.
Tuesday also brought the exciting launch of SpinTV. ATDG highlighted the first two videos released from SpinTV. We’ll have more on how SpinTV came to light soon.
Wednesday evening we published a report about Grip Equipment stopping production on their popular disc golf bag. Stay tuned to ATDG for more details on what the future holds for Grip-EQ. We can’t share just yet…
Finally, we worked with DGA General Manager Scott Keasey on a feature about the “Steady” Ed Memorial Disc Golf Trophy. Charlie Mead was awarded the trophy a few weeks ago at this year’s Masters Cup.
The latests posts from All Things Disc Golf:
- Wysocki beats rain on way to Hall of Fame Classic win
- Rapid growth continues for Latitude 64
- SpinTV raises the bar for disc golf videos
- Latitude 64 Mace Review
- An era ends for Grip Equipment — Is another era starting?
- Charlie Mead awarded ‘Steady’ Ed Memorial Disc Golf Trophy
From new partnerships and discs to new team members, Latitude 64 has had a very busy start to 2013. We talked to Latitude 64′s Svante Eriksson to get the latest news from the Swedish disc golf company and what they have planned for the future.
When Prodigy Disc hit the market earlier this year, disc golfers everywhere were curious to see what their putters would be like. Today, the Prodigy PA1 and PA4 are on the market. While they are widely available in the 400 series plastic (same as their drivers), we were able to get our hands on the yet to be released 500 series plastic.