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Mint Discs, an Austin-based disc golf equipment company, was founded in 2015 by friends Guy Boyan, Zach Jansen, and Chris Herbert. Their shared love for disc golf led them to establish a business centered on attention to detail. In 2017, after two years of development and research, Mint Discs launched their first disc, the Alpha.

A notable feature of Mint Discs is their unique Serial # system, which adds individuality to each disc. This system reflects their commitment to providing discs with quality artwork, transforming good ideas into exceptional ones.

In 2022, Mint Discs achieved a significant milestone by sponsoring professional player Des Reading. This sponsorship not only solidified their presence in the disc golf community but also fueled their dedication to building lasting relationships and supporting the growth of disc golf in their region.

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Distance Drivers

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
12
4
-1
3

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
11
4
-1
2.5

Fairway Drivers

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
8
4
0
2

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
9
5
-2
2

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
10
5
-4
1

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
7
5
-1
2

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
8
5
-2
1

Mid-Range Drivers

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
5
5
0
2

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
5
5
-3
1

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
5
4
0
2

Putt & Approach

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
2
4
0
1

Mint Discs

Speed
Glide
Turn
Fade
2
3
0
2

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What Do The Disc Flight Numbers Represent?

Speed

Speed indicates how fast or slow the disc flies, and how much power is needed to perform it's designed flight path.

Glide

Glide is a measure of loft. Discs with high glide rating will maintain more time in the air, maximizing the distance of your throw.

Turn

Turn describes how much a disc will flip, or rotate opposite the direction of the fade in the early part of the flight. The more negative turn the more the disc will "flip."

Fade

Fade describes the end of flight path the disc takes as it descends. High fading discs will finish at a sharper angle then low fading (straighter finish).