The TOMB is a flat-topped, low-profile, putt-and-approach disc with a comfortably smooth, beaded rim. The Tomb has just the right amount of stability to cover a fair bit of ground while threading the needle on approach shots, whether it is thrown forehand or backhand. The Tomb can also be used as a crossover mid-range, driving putter, or to hold the line while putting for distance or in moderate wind conditions.
The Infinite Discs Ruin is the small diameter, overstable approach disc that everyone’s been waiting for! This beadless approach disc will start fading right out of the hand, giving your upshots perfect,and predictable placement. This disc has yet to be released and there is more info to come! Also, keep an eye for this discs releases date!
The Kestrel Mid-Range golf disc is a small diameter mid-range and approach disc available in an inexpensive baseline plastic. This mid-range has a thin profile (not very tall) and a thin rim with a small bead (bump) around the edge. Do to the slower speed (rating of 3) this disc would likely be considered an approach disc by most disc golfers. This is an excellent approach shot with two available plastic types at the time of this post. The clear, translucent plastic is quite durable, however, the inexpensive opaque plastic feels very good, but is not very durable and is susceptible to warping with high impact shots at trees or other objects.
The Kestrel Outdoors Midrange has a stable flight path with a consistent end of flight fade. This disc uses the same mold as the Yikun Wings.
What is the only sound sweeter than listening to the rattle of chains? The sound of a Harp rattling chains! The Harp is an overstable putter disc with an ultra flat top that debuted in 2014. This putter tends to be utilized for straight drives that come with a bite at the end of flight.
Welcome to the Zone. This is a slim disc with a thick rim that gives the thrower something to hold onto. This is a very overstable putter that can handle headwinds, giving some strategic fades, forehand shots, flick putts, and slamming into chains at just the right angle. Many players have this disc in their arsenal that gets them out of situations where a flick or forehand putt is the only option. Because it so overstable it can handle the torque from a flick!
The Zone is available in both the inexpensive Pro-D and premium ESP plastics.