Disc Nation Flight Ratings for Speed, Glide, Turn, and Fade.
The original PD was an instant classic, known for its trusty overstability and control. Its big brother, the PD2, now takes these tricks to the long-drive range. Even power pros are finding the PD2 handles headwinds and hard-fade conditions with ease. Try one out!
8 in stock
in 2 colors
5 in stock
in 3 colors
Disc Golf (also known as "Frisbee Golf" and "Folf" or "Frolf" and even "Disk Golf") is played much like traditional golf. Players use flying discs (golf discs or Frisbees®) and play holes that start with a tee area and end with a Disc Golf Basket or Target. The object: complete the hole by putting your golf disc in the basket in the fewest number of throws. The sport was formalized in the 1970s and is governed by the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA). There are over 3,800 courses worldwide with over 3,200 in the U.S.