Quality Guidelines for Disc Golf Dojo Reviews

1. Be Honest and Constructive:

Reviews should be honest and provide constructive feedback. Whether your experience was positive or negative, sharing details can help other disc golfers make informed decisions.

2. Stay Focused on the Disc:

Please keep your review focused on the disc itself. Discuss its flight characteristics, durability, grip, and other relevant aspects. Avoid unrelated topics.

3. Avoid Profanity and Offensive Language:

Maintain a respectful and professional tone. Avoid using profanity, offensive language, or any content that may be considered disrespectful.

4. Provide Context:

Share the context of your experience with the disc. Mention the conditions you played in, your skill level, and any other relevant factors that influenced your review.

5. Use the Rating System:

Utilize the 1 to 5-star rating system to rate different aspects of the disc’s performance. Be consistent and considerate when assigning ratings.

6. Be Specific:

Include specific details about your experience with the disc. For example, describe how it handled different types of throws or weather conditions.

7. Avoid Personal Attacks:

Avoid personal attacks on other reviewers, manufacturers, or individuals associated with the disc. Focus on the product itself.

8. Proofread and Edit:

Before submitting your review, proofread it for clarity and correctness. Well-structured reviews are easier for others to understand and trust.

9. Respect Privacy:

Don’t share personal information about yourself or others in your reviews. Respect privacy and focus on the disc-related content.

10. Avoid Promotional Content:

Reviews should not be promotional in nature. They should provide genuine insights rather than promoting a specific agenda.

11. Update if Necessary:

If your opinion of the disc changes over time due to additional use or new insights, consider updating your review to reflect your current assessment.

12. Respect Copyright:

If you use any images or content in your review, ensure that you have the necessary rights or permissions to use them. Respect copyright laws.