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u/hateboss · 0 pointsr/discgolf

Throwback Sports All Day Pack

I'm all about this bag. Sure the DD sniper is the same price, but this one has 6 side mesh pockets. I never knew how much I would love that. It makes grabbing the discs really easy. You can get about 3 discs into each pocket (although most times I had 2 in each unless they were drivers).

So what do they do with all that room in the actual bag compartment, well, you could store EXTRA discs in there or you could make use of the fact that it's lined and load that bad boy up with beer and ice. At the top of the bag (near the handle) there is a deep can pocket which holds tallboys oh so nicely. It's also perfect for holding my Bluetooth speaker! There are additional pockets on the bag to stash some gear in.

Seriously, I loved this bag (past tense because it got stolen with about 22 discs in it). I had room for all the discs I needed, a 6 pack, my speaker, a couple bottles of water, some food, a sweatshirt/jacket and pretty much anything else I wanted to bring with me. I never had a problem with it's comfort and it sat nice and square.

u/1-Down · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Amazon, Walmart, and some of the other big box stores sell them online.

In-person purchases are trickier. I've had luck with internet searching local disc golf stores but there are definitely areas where they really don't exist. Party stores, gas stations, media stores - it's weird who sells them and who doesn't.

Premium discs run about $15 a pop. Base discs around $8. There is a very real difference in the quality of the plastics here. A lot of people recommend DX plastic to start with because it's cheaper and easier to throw. Personally I found they went to crap waaaaay too quickly - big gouges and scrapes pretty much from the start.

This is the gold standard for starting:

Personally I like this set more from a mold stand-point (although the Escape is probably fast for a beginner).

This set is pricier, but you'll use it forever. Plastic is darn near indestructible and they are useful discs at several play levels - you'll need an arm for the volt though.

Personally though, I'd probably piecemeal one together for a starter kit. A 175g Judge Classic, 170+ E-Mac Truth, 170+ Neutron Switch or Lucid River, and then a light 150g driver like an Opto Air Diamond maybe.

u/WTFNameIsntTaken · 1 pointr/discgolf

Play night golf in backyard course few times/week and tried almost everything.

-Glow discs vs lights vs tape, generally the lights will be the best option, and generally by a large margin. Discs are ok if open field, tape is meh, but lights work in any environment, and even when buried in long grass. It's actually easier to find a disc with a light in 2 foot grass at night than during the day.

-Glow discs themselves, if it isn't Kastaplast, it doesn't actually glow worth a shit, don't bother.

Using these for baskets thanks to another redditor (just order some cheap carabiners), and don't look directly at them when not expecting it, frigging bright

Bought this as charging light, it's ok but a bright ass tactical style light with pocket clip charges them just as well honestly and serves the dual purpose of avoiding snakes etc and navigating around, personally I'd skip it and buy a $20-30 fenix



Tape, it's ok but expected better, maybe try gorilla brand etc

Each basket gets a lantern, each kastaplast gets a battery and 2 led's both top and bottom, tactical light with spare battery in pocket, and we're off.

Personally doing Grym X, Gote, and Berg if want a bag or hands full, or just a Kaxe Z if 1 disc'ing it.

u/PolyPill · 3 pointsr/discgolf suggests a Valkyrie, Roc, and Aviar for 3 discs. They do use Amazon Pay but you can't use a gift card for that, which is why I assume you specify Amazon.

The problem with buying a set is they're just going to give you what ever they have but it will be cheaper than buying individually.

This Innova Set is decent, The TeeBird is my favorite Innova fairway drive and one of the best all around discs and it has a recommended Roc. I can't say anything about the Rhino but I think when you're starting out putters don't matter much. A similar Innoa Set This one is Leopard, Roc, and Aviar. So maybe this is a little safer as most players will agree that Roc and Aviar are solid discs. Then maybe throw in a GStar Valkyrie and you're just over $40 but you've got some solid discs.

This set of 4 Discraft goes right up to your budget but there's no listing of discs so it's a gamble. In the photo you see a Nuke which is a horrible disc for beginners.

This DGA set Is notable because they're all 150 class discs. Lighter discs can be good for absolute beginners but if you did play a little and can throw then light discs might be more of a burden. It all depends on your arm speed, I'd probably suggest this more for women and children. The Squall is a great beginner mid and the Reef is a solid putter. In normal plastic I'd say the Rogue is not good for beginners but being so light it might work.

u/xJonjey · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I recently got my dad a Throwback Sack and it's honestly the highest quality bag I've ever had my hands on. Much nicer than my backpack. This thing has an insulated cooler pocket that's big enough to hold 4 bottles of water with 2 ice packs, keeps them ice cold. Has lots of disc space, putter pocket in the front, mini pocket on the side with a phone pocket and a bottle holder pocket that has a good drawstring and is big enough for a big gatorade bottle. The strap is strong with very good padding, and the two things that set this bag over the top for me were: The back of the bag, where it rests against your body when you're walking the course, has very thick mesh padding. And the second thing is that the bottom of the bag has the biggest rubber feet I've seen on a bag.

Super big fan, and their a newer company so I think they deserve all the shoutouts they can get right now. Currently the bag is on sale for $50, the normal price is $80 and the quality of the construction is worth that, so for $50 it's an absolutely insane deal.

u/nick_the_giant · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I have purchased this bag recently and I love it. My friend got an upper park designs bag around the same time and I believe mine is just as durable as his will be years from now. Many reviews on the product attest to its durability. It super cheap (which is what I needed cause I'm a college student), but it doesn't come with cheap material in my opinion. It's only $99 so it's a win win to me.

I just copy pasted this from the last time I told someone about this bag. I have it and still love it ~7 months now

u/arcticdonkeys · 5 pointsr/discgolf

Nice looking discs, and good choices too, but if you're just starting out, these discs might be a bit frustrating to throw. It might do you well to leave these at home for a bit, and pick up a starter kit (like this one by Innova, or this on by Discraft) or just a midrange like the Discraft Buzzz. Learning how to drive with a midrange or putter is one of the best ways to develop good form and work up your arm speed before moving up to fairway and distance drivers! :)

u/TCF_DoNotPassGo · 3 pointsr/discgolf

I think that could work well for you. Aviar is a great putter (what I started with); Shark I've never used but seems like it would be good as a disc you know will finish left; Leopard I still use a lot.

If not, I also would second getting an Aviar and a Champ Mako3. I bought a couple Mako3s when starting and used them exclusively for a couple months. I still play 2 disc rounds with them from time to time to practice form and shaping.

u/RangerRick26 · 1 pointr/discgolf

I'm assuming you bought this set back then. For a forehand(flick) throw I would pick up an Innova Orc, preferably one in Champion plastic. This is the first disc I owned and I would get beautiful s-curves out of my flick. here is a link to one. Champion plastic is super durable and will not get destroyed by hitting trees. Read up on some of the discs on that site I linked too, it has some decent insight on which discs do what.

u/justanavrgguy · 3 pointsr/discgolf
  • Bug spray
  • drink coozy
  • towel that clips onto his bag
  • socks that let your feet breathe but keep your ankles protected
  • make him a shirt that says something about disc golf
  • a new mini disc is always fun
  • if he doesn't have a basket at home, this link and this link are good places to start

    Or the next time you two are out on a date, ask him to show you some discs at a sporting goods store that he has his eye on. Or try these websites:

  • Marshall Street
  • Gotta Go Gotta Throw
  • Disc Golf World
  • Innova
  • Flywood Discs

    Marshall Street is where you're going to get the most bang for your buck. I added Flywood there on the end because that's one of my dream discs to own, just because the idea of a wooden frisbee gives me shivers and tingles.
u/BrittB1974 · 3 pointsr/discgolf

You can most certainly talk yourself out of a good throw. You need to find a way to relax and stay relaxed. If you're young it can be especially difficult, but you have to be mentally strong if you ever want to be truly competitive. Read this and have half a brownie before the round.

u/DarkSideofWA · 6 pointsr/discgolf

You can definitely spend a lot of money and get a high quality target. In my opinion, the innova baskets are the best.

I personally, have purchased 6 of the M-14 DGA baskets and am very happy with the quality and ease of transport. They only cost $140 and I have had my first one for about 5 years now without any issues.

Hope that helps.

u/SecretAgentX9 · 1 pointr/discgolf

Innova starter pack is a great place to 'start'. Should be around $30. Don't buy more discs until you know a lot more. This subreddit is a great resource. As others have said, read the stuff at the right.

You can order on Amazon here:

Otherwise, please support your local disc store.

u/dickspace · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Save up $100 and do the following. You wont even need a new bag.

$40 for the UV flashlight.

3 Vibram Glow from Marshall Street. $20 each and if you spend over $50 you get free shipping. I highly recommend the Lace. It's a distance disc and will probably end up in your everyday bag. For the others, you have to figure out which Vibram discs are shaped like your favorite discs and stick with those.

u/JumpMan_Woooo · 1 pointr/discgolf

Titan Disc Golf Basket Double Chains Portable Practice Target Steel frisbee hole

The gaps between chains are too big but it's a good target and it's pretty cheap. It has survived being in my backyard for over a year with minimal rust.

u/FHL88Work · 1 pointr/discgolf

I use a disc Gator, but even folded up, it's really a pain to carry around.

It's easily saved over a dozen discs so far, from water, from trees; once from on top of a dugout.

I can see where your 3-foot pole could be useful in certain situations, though. And easier to carry.

u/TurnDownForPutts · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Fitactic. This thing is the best:

Nice and sleek, all-black like every backpack should be, perfect functionality. Stay tuned for a durability report.

u/skaff3n · 4 pointsr/discgolf

My advice is to enjoy what you are doing. The results will follow.

I used to get so mad after my first missed shot because I knew I wasn't going to set some new personal record. What that did was make me dislike playing the rest of the round - all I could think about was how I fucked up and won't be able to beat some old score.

Focus on being "present" and Slow down.

I could ramble on and on about this, but someone has done a better job. Check out this book or audiobook ( I like the audio version, b/c I can play it on the way to the course ). If it's not feasible for you to buy it, DM me and I will send it to you for free via Audible.



u/agoia · 2 pointsr/discgolf

CCDG has a great instructional video about how to use them from top pros.

Alternatively, go to and try to build your own starter pack. would be my suggestions bases on what they have atm. True starter packs will be more likely to be 150g, but since you are used to ultimate you will be used to 175g-ish discs. Aero and Shark will be good transitions from lids to discs, and Leopard is in a slightly better plastic because you will want to hold onto it longer.

u/zoopaflack · 3 pointsr/discgolf

I have the grip clone bag $100 on amazon, and it is not bad at all. Right now grip is having a sale and it looks like B15's are only 154 shipped, so spending the extra $54 might not be a bad idea to get the actual thing from them. The only real difference I see, is the flap has a pocket that can hold a disc, and it comes with a rain fly, but doesn't have the towel clips. I have had mine since March and it seems to hold up well, and can even be loaded down with a decent number of discs. If it fits in your budget, I saw go for the real thing, reputable company with a warranty, and you know it will be well made. There are so many bags out now hope this helps in decision.

u/Vhadka · 9 pointsr/discgolf

Well since we're discussing it in this thread, why not collaborate on something? Here's a start, feel free to offer suggestions and/or add to it.

I was going to throw some videos/channels to look at for technique but work is about to pick up so I don't have time right this second.

Beginner disc reccomendations:
First, disc down. You don't need a high speed driver as a beginner, because there's about a 99% chance you lack the proper arm speed and technique to throw it the way it needs to be thrown to fly properly.

With that said, here are some specific disc recommendations:

Fairway driver: Lat 64 River, Innova Teebird, Innova Leopard

Midrange: Innova Roc, Discraft Buzzz, Discraft Comet

Putter: Innova KC Aviar, Gateway Wizard (alternative is if you're lucky enough to be near a disc golf store, go there and pick up a few different putters, and buy whichever one feels comfortable in your hand)

There are also starter kits available via Amazon and various sporting goods stores. The most common being the Innova DX starter set (DX is a less durable type of plastic), the Innova Champion starter set (champion plastic is more durable). Discraft also makes starter sets, some with bags and some without.

You can buy discs individually at:

u/Mkschmitt · 1 pointr/discgolf

I play casually and definitely had gotten some good discs from Amazon as well: Amazon Disccraft

u/eastlakebikerider · 1 pointr/discgolf

How did you land on that basket? I've got that one and it's the lightest weight basket available, but it's not my favorite. I also have THIS ONE and prefer it more for a travelling basket. It's just a little bit bulkier, but works a lot better and is more durable. If the basket is intended to be LEFT outside and not moved around very much I would recommend moving up to an all metal basket like THIS or THIS

u/ArcadiumStadium · 1 pointr/discgolf

Hey, welcome to the sport... I started four months ago and love it! I'm in central jersey.

I highly, highly recommend the dx innova starter pack on Amazon. It has perfect discs for beginners.

If you are in north jersey you should check out the course at Rutgers, oldest course in the country and nice short holes for beginners.

You'll lose discs, it's part of the game but when you are starting out and can't throw that far it shouldn't be so bad.

Just wear comfy movable clothes and good shoes!

u/DubbuhDubbuh · 1 pointr/discgolf

How I play night golf is using glow plastic, uv flashlights, and something to light up the basket. I have both this LE flashlight and this uvbeast flashlight and they're almost identical. The UVBeast is a little brighter and heavier, but the LE will totally work, and it works really well.

Good glow discs imo are glow aviars, glow valkyrie, and z-line plastic from discraft.

u/_McDrew · 1 pointr/discgolf

To Watch: The 2016 Beaver State Fling 3rd round lead card
Riverbend @ Milo McIver State Park outside Portland, OR is a beautiful course. Ricky and Nate are lead card regulars (and to a slightly lesser extent Philo and Kyle). This round also contains the Philobatross: Philo's 2 on the par-5 hole 6W. Its honestly the best shot I've seen on film.
From there, CCDG and Jomez are both great sources for edited tournament coverage that is posted about 24 hours after the rounds are played.

To Disc Up: Find a local disc golf store and go tell them you want to start playing. They'll help you find between one and three discs that are beginner appropriate and you should be able to walk out for under $30. You should also be able to find pre-packaged beginner sets of 3 discs that are appropriate as long as you avoid the Franklin brand (they are notoriously low quality and will warp after too many tree hits). Alternatively, [this] ( is the current version of the beginner set I used. (and is on sale for <$20 currently).
For courses, I use DGCourseReview to find courses. For the most part, you just go and play. Private courses might have a check-in, but most courses are in city/state parks and all you'll have to pay is parking.

u/Cornpips · 1 pointr/discgolf

I use this one and it works wonders, a few of my friends use the cheaper ones and they seem to work fine. A headlamp with red and white LEDs is also pretty useful. I pick up bulk 6 inch glow sticks (like packs of 50) and we'll hang those in the baskets

u/Thedudetim · 2 pointsr/discgolf

The DGA Mach Lite is a great basket for under 150 bucks.. I have one and it's awesome!

u/itsthatkid69 · 1 pointr/discgolf

I’m not sure how long the hole was. UDisc says 218 but the sign says like 252 so I’m not sure, there was quite a bit of that there it looks like they recently went through and reworked everything, cleaned everything up. I threw a meteor esp that was bright green. It was a blast the course is called Tittabawassee Trails. Oh and the bag is a link to the bag

u/jdsimmons2 · 1 pointr/discgolf

Didn't read all the comments but wanted to leave my $0.02.

I recommend the Innova Champion starter pack.

It gets you 3 beginner friendly discs that are also in a premium plastic.

Couple pros to this over the DX set...

  1. Nicer plastic and only costs a few bucks more than the SX set
  2. These discs will last substantially longer than DX
  3. Being a beginner, you ARE gonna hit trees. Champ plastic will be infinitely more durable than DX where one good tree hit on a drive could essentially ruin the disc

    The champ set should come with an Aviar, Panther, and Valkyrie, all of which are good beginner friendly discs.
u/BennyFackter · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Yeah, I always bring a UV flashlight with me for glow rounds. Definitely does depend on the plastic type/color how much it glows, but with the right discs it makes finding your discs at night a non-issue. You can even sometimes find some others that were lost during the day that were well hidden, but glow at night. I use this one, for $10 it works great.

u/RustySpork · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Have fun! IMO, as far as starter sets go, I think the Discraft starter set is the best deal. You get a bag, a putter, a Buzzz, and 2 different drivers to try out (IIRC, it usually comes with a Heat and an Avenger SS.)

u/Truck-Nutz · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Simple backpacks end up being better than those bags they include in those starter sets. This set is better quality discs HERE. Better yet, if you have a local store, go talk to the person at the desk.

u/Chezzik · 4 pointsr/discgolf

Everything is 3/4" pipe. The total costs of the joints at Lowe's is $9.24:

  • 5 Tees, $0.47 each
  • 1 Cross, $2.37
  • 4 45-degree elbows, $0.86 each
  • 4 90-degree elbows, $0.27 each

    For the pipe, you can get 10 feet of 200psi pipe for $1.51. This works fine for all the tubes except for the main vertical shaft. For that, you want to get the heavier pipe, so that it will make a tighter fit with the post on the basket. I think the heavier pipe is around $2.50 for 10 feet. All together, you'll be spending about $13.

    The basket itself is $18.83 right now on Amazon:

    The first design I tried was this. It's a few bucks cheaper, because it uses less of the 45 degree elbows, but would need glue to keep it from falling over in one direction. I started with edges that were 2 feet long for the base, and so when I decided to bisect them, I made them 11.25 inches (allowing 1.5 inches for the tee). When I went with the final design, I kept that measurement the same. Here's what I ended up for total pieces:

  • 8 pieces 11.25" -- for the base
  • 2 pieces 11.5" -- for the long diagonals
  • 2 pieces 8" -- for the short diagonals
  • 2 pieces 4.5" -- for the long arms
  • 2 pieces 3" -- for the short arms
  • 1 piece 2" -- vertical piece under the cross
  • 1 piece 27" -- main vertical shaft, holds the basket

    Total length of tube needed: 173 inches. A single ten foot piece from the hardware store is 120 inches. So, you'll need two of them.

    I marked the distances with a sharpie, and then cut them with a compound miter box saw. I didn't allow any space for the cut, since tolerances here are pretty lax anyway. If you don't have a compound miter box saw, you can just use a hacksaw instead, but it will take a lot longer, and you'll need to sand the pieces after each cut.

    I didn't bother gluing any of this, but it's pretty sturdy. If you plan to use it a lot, it would be worthwhile to glue the joints, and spray paint it.
u/kharn009 · 11 pointsr/discgolf

I would recommend a starter pack for each of you. I got the Innova Starter Pack and it is excellent for beginners. Depending on the arm strength/athleticism you probably will not even need the driver for the first while.


Most people here will recommend that you do not regularly the the driver discs until you have a better handle on the game as the drivers will hide/mask bad form and limit your game farther down the line.

u/arcandor · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Get a basket and practice. Start close and move out as you make them, closer as you miss them. As long as you have solid fundamentals, it's just a confidence thing and you need to get your mojo back.

Edit: I got this basket a few weeks ago, it's cheap and 'close enough' to the real thing for me to notice improvement already.

u/JohnnyFnUtah · 4 pointsr/discgolf

$20 starter pack, and check out the Udisc app to find courses and keep score. Welcome to the sport, hope you give it a try!

u/Salki1012 · 1 pointr/discgolf

That is the one I have. It might not be the best but it works incredibly well at lighting my glow discs and it fits in my pocket. I have 4 glow discs in my bedroom that I nuke right before bed and it’s been an hour and my 2 USDGC Firebirds are still glowing from around a 5 second charge and my new glow Vibram disc is quite visible as well.

u/DGJKJ · 2 pointsr/discgolf

If you have a ton of power especially if you grew up pitching or playing baseball an Aerobi Epic 100% is the best tomahawk disc you can throw. I would put any amount of money that it will go further than any other disc you can tomahawk. I can easily get 400 feet from a tomahawk out of it. The way it works is it will throw like a normal tomahawk disc but then if you can throw it hard enough and high enough it will do a barrel roll mid air and then glide for everrrrrr on its way down and its straight as an arrow. The only problem is good luck finding one, up until recently you could get them on Amazon or wherever I recently looked to pick up 2-3 more and I found a used one on Ebay for $5. Other sellers are asking $100? (lol) Keep an eye on this link hopefully they get more in stock as they sell it for 12-14 bucks.

Edit: I did find them on this website but I'm not sure it looks a little sketch like a website right out of the early 2000s.

(Also when they are new they are very very hard to get them to flip over horizontally and will often flip and come down at an angle killing some distance. Either change the angle you release at to compensate and get it to flip correctly or just throw it a bunch let it fall from the sky and break in.)

u/Deadpressed · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I keep the blue one in my car (actually threw on my lunch break for the first time just a bit ago), other is portable but requires more space and few more steps to assemble. I keep the red one assembled out back, and hide it in the trees when I'm done. Innova is s more narrow shot, the chains on The Pacific Outdoors' unit below throws discs out every once in a while, but is great for practice.

u/Eric264 · 3 pointsr/discgolf

That’s one of the reasons I like my Throwback All Day bag, it’s unique. The discs go in the outside pockets and the inside is basically a giant cooler. However I am now the designated beer mule for my friends, so that’s a little drawback.

u/slytree · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Check out the throwback sack, the reviews look great. I want one.

u/Theyellowtoaster · 3 pointsr/discgolf

I went ahead and bought this:

Innova DX Disc Golf Set (3-Disc) (Colors may vary)

it seemed like the cheapest thing that would be okay. Should that be okay?

u/takes_joke_literally · 1 pointr/discgolf

This book will take 2 hours to read cover to cover.

The author recommends reading a chapter, playing a round or practicing, then reading another chapter, etc.

I like it.

u/Ripper_00 · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I have a Nutsac type Kestrel bag. I love it.

u/CherryDrank · 1 pointr/discgolf

It depends on where you are playing. If losing discs is not a concern, I'd get the Champion version of the starter set. They will last longer especially if you hit as many trees as I do. The DX set is also a good set, however, hit a few trees and they start to wear quick.

Innova Champion Set

u/Ninja47 · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Hands down, the [DGA Mach Lite] ( takes the cake. I’ve had mine for 4 years and it gets used almost every day. I’ve taken it to countless putting, indoor, outdoor, whatever type of leagues/rounds. Still in great condition. Also not that loud for practicing at night while my wife/kids are sleeping.

u/Allurex · 1 pointr/discgolf

Well I don't know anything about disc golf in Australia, but I'm sure it's around and I would think you could find some discs. Do you have any discs yet? If not, the Innova Starter Set is usually the way to go for beginners. It has a putter, a midrange, and a fairway driver; all of which are versatile discs that are all a beginner really needs for your first couple months of disc golf.

u/robbiecan · 1 pointr/discgolf

This one on Amazon is pretty decent and comes in at $100!

u/ShogunEinstein · 7 pointsr/discgolf

These defy the purpose of practicing with a hanging chain. The idea is that if you're able to focus on the chain and hit it when you practice putting, then when you get out on the course and it's time to lay in a put, you'll feel more confident hitting a larger target.

u/loupgarou21 · 3 pointsr/discgolf

This is what I started with:

Innova starter set. It comes with a putter, a mid-range and a fairway driver, definitely enough to get started with, and is $22 on Amazon.

u/MuggleBred · 4 pointsr/discgolf

Amazon has some Innova and Discraft starter sets with bags included, like this one:

u/Beamur-14 · 1 pointr/discgolf

Got both of them as an early birthday gift from my GF so not entirely sure where she got them from. Here's some Amazon links though

u/rIse_four_ten_ten · 2 pointsr/discgolf

All the time at like Sport Chalet or Sports Authority or Dick's Sporting Goods. They have starter boxes of like a driver, mid and putt. Usually all DX plastic, but hey it's for starters. This is like the one I see at the most places

u/prke0602 · 1 pointr/discgolf

My only suggestion is to be an artist. Paperclips and all. You can buy these mini baskets but I'm sure this is to big for you fish tank.

u/sjmoodyiii · 1 pointr/discgolf

exactly a dollar below the min. I have this one and love it. Comments say you can add chains yourself to try and get a more legit basket. (I have been too lazy to do this)

u/DiscGolfChris · 3 pointsr/discgolf

I've ordered a couple Pacific Outdoors practice targets. Main advantages are the low cost ($100) relative to other baskets and they're closer to PDGA dimensions than a lot of other practice baskets. Downside is they only come in on color (red), only have one set of chains and while they are portable they're completely metal so more difficult to move around than something like a Skillshot. You can find it on amazon:

u/ZLC_boots · 1 pointr/discgolf

This UK Amazon shop has a unbranded Grip Bag for £98.95. Not sure what the deal is as I've never seen an unbranded one but it's an exact match to my bag straight from Grip.

u/Dukefan86 · 3 pointsr/discgolf

You can get Insteps for $100 or less or any variation of a portable basket for just over a hundred... I have a skill shot and though its smaller than a regular basket after practicing 35 footers on that I feel like I could park a bus in a regular basket.

u/Hippoputtamus · 1 pointr/discgolf

I have played glow rounds with light up discs as well. This was my first round charging glow discs, but I didn't find charging of the discs to be very time consuming.

I bought a 100 led uvBeast Flashlight so the charge is just a few seconds. I might have to try the method you described for discs they don't make in glow plastic.

u/jimmy1god0 · 2 pointsr/discgolf

If materials didn't exceed the price of [this] ( then I'm ok with it.

u/chipmunk7000 · 1 pointr/discgolf

I just bought a Throwback Sack
for around $50.

I switched from an old backpack which could comfortably hold just 6-7 discs as well as a couple beers and my 32oz Nalgene water bottle.

This bag is incredible so far. Cooler can hold a six pack and those Ice pack things(Now guess who is designated beer mule for the group), as well as some 10-12 discs, it has two dividers that you can use or not, makes dividing discs up simple and makes them easy to find. Big water bottle holder for my nalgene, and a putter pocket on the outside so my main putter is always accessible.

Only downside is the strap could be longer, but if it was, my disc towel would drag on the ground.

u/Adlerdbm123 · 1 pointr/discgolf

Kestrel Disc Golf Bag | Fits 6-10 Discs + Bottle | for Beginner and Advanced Disc Golf Players | Extremely Durable Canvas | Disc Golf Bag Set | Small Disc Golf Bag (Gray)

u/MA202 · 5 pointsr/discgolf

I got this Escolite for $13 and it's insanely bright. Haven't actually taken it out for a glow round yet, but I have used it for plenty of other glow-in-the-dark applications and it really makes discs shine.

u/Nthayer1408 · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Not sure if this is the same one but this is on Amazon for $82 currently.

Titan Disc Golf Basket Double Chains Portable Practice Target Steel frisbee hole

u/ExcuseMyTriceratops · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I've got this in my backyard. I don't particularly need it to be super portable - I prefer it stand up to weather. For $100 shipped, I'd say it's a steal.

u/I-Chase-Vans · 2 pointsr/discgolf

They sell both Discraft and Innova starter packs on Amazon. You might also find them at your local sporting goods store.

u/ilikemyteasweet · 1 pointr/discgolf

I think I remember reading they did discontinue the Nutsac.

Still some on Amazon but they're $50.

This looks similar for half the price.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/discgolf

I just started and got this basic starter set from Innova.

u/internetbear8 · 1 pointr/discgolf

You can use these LED lights to illuminate the basket at night and it has a remote!

u/Tetriside · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I don't know much about the quality, but the Throwback Sports bags have coolers.

The old version of backpack used the entire main compartment. The newer one has insulated side pockets. There's also a smaller bag with less disc storage.

u/SailorDan · 6 pointsr/discgolf

Here is a much cheaper version of a bag very similar to the NutSac: Kestrel

u/keylogthis · 2 pointsr/discgolf

That's what I have, it's close to what you described... can't put ice in it, but ice packs work. There are cheaper versions too.

u/Baned0n · 1 pointr/discgolf

The summer of 2010 I bought a set similar to this.... I had never played before.

u/fooloflife · 1 pointr/discgolf

I bought this blacklight flashlight to charge my glow discs for the Night of the Living Disc event this weekend. I've never played at night so I'm pretty pumped!

u/randomt2000 · 1 pointr/discgolf

There is a company that does a Grip Rippoff and sells it without logo, doesn't get much simpler than that. Also very cheap. But as it goes with Ripp offs though, I'm a bit doubtful about the quality.

u/PigFarmington · 2 pointsr/discgolf

Funny story. My mom got it for my brother's kids. Some reason my (obviously anal parent with control issues) brother won't allow his kids to play disc golf. They're 10. and 8 yo. I don't know why... The worst part is, he has a disc golf course in his backyard. That's not an exaggeration, look at the hole #7 picture: The house with the white fence is his!

I guess after you've seen his house, you can tell what ideologies he probably subscribes to...

Anyway, he rejected it... I...The one who actually plays disc golf got it instead. This is it: just different colors.

u/Vindictus7 · 1 pointr/discgolf

I just started playing a few months ago and bought the DX Innova beginner set (link here). Highly recommend it. I started out throwing just the putter & midrange, and then worked my way up to the fairway driver. The DX plastic is really fine for beginners. I actually like it. Not afraid to beat it up since they are my first discs. Now that I have worked on my form and have my style down, I can choose specific discs to add to my bag.

u/LabRatsAteMyHomework · 2 pointsr/discgolf

I have the [Mach Lite] ( and it's so great. I can fold it up and take it with me for practice very easily. It was a bit pricier than I had intended, but I have zero regrets. Being able to fold it up compared to most rigid frame baskets is a huge plus. It's sturdy as hell and I can see it lasting for a long time since I always keep it stored in the folded configuration. Seriously give this a thought.