DGA Discs

DGA discs come in four different unique plastics: the durable SP Line, tough and grippy ProLine, the bendable memory plastic they call Signature Line, the less expensive tacky/grippy D-Line, and the 150g class of RDGA beginner line.

The Disc Golf Association (DGA) was formed by “Steady” Ed Headrick back in 1976. “Steady” Ed, is also famous for coining the term “Disc Golf” (as there were trademark issues with Wham-o over the use of the word “Frisbee”). Today, the DGA still is a top producer of discs, baskets and accessories, and will always be a cornerstone to the development of the sport.

Distance Drivers

Distance Drivers

DGA offers 4 distance drivers all slightly understable. They include Rogue, Hurricane, Sail, Torrent.

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Fairway Drivers

Fairway Drivers

DGA offers 3 Fairway Drivers. Discs include Hellfire, Undertow, and Tsunami.

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Mid-Range Drivers

Mid-Range Drivers

DGA offers 3 discs in the Mid-Range Driver category. The discs include the Aftershock, Shockwave, and Squall.

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Putt and Approach

Putt and Approach

DGA offers 6 different putt and approach discs in a variety of plastic. Discs range in a variety of plastics including their Signature Line. Discs are Blowfly, Breaker, Gumbputt, Reef, Steady, and Titanic.

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