Best disc golf discs for Beginners

Just started out playing disc golf? or considering getting started playing disc golf? See our Beginners guide to disc golf

Now that you know the basics of how to play disc golf, let’s take a look at what discs are beginner-friendly and easy to throw.

One mistake many new players do when they are buying their first disc or discs is that they look at the numbers at discs, and they think the higher the speed of the discs is the longer it will fly.

For new players, it’s actually the opposite – the higher the speed number on the disc are the more speed and power is required to throw it far.

So, What are the best disc golf discs for beginners?

The best choice for beginners are the disc golf discs in the 1-9 speed range.

We have put together a top 5 List of beginner-friendly and easy to throw disc golf discs.

All 5 of these discs are good choices for new disc golf players, and even experienced players will find a good disc for their bag here.

1. Innova Mako3 (Buy here)
Stats: 5 | 4 | 0 | 0
Good for: Approaches, drives, for all skill levels.

This Mid-Range disc is the perfect solution for anyone who wants a straight flyer with very limited fade


2. Latitude 64 Diamond
(Buy here)
Stats: 8 | 6 | -3 | 1

Good for: Beginners and fairway drives.

Diamond is the best choice of disc for beginners, children, and players with moderate arm speed. It is only produced in weights between 145g-159g, which makes it easy to throw and control.


3. Innova Leopard
(Buy here)
Stats: 6 | 5 | -2 | 1
Good for: Beginners. For more experienced players – Hyzer Flip shots and rollers

The Leopard should be everyone’s first fairway driver as it has excellent glide and is easy to throw straight and far


4. Discmania FD
Stats: 7 | 6 | -1 | 1
Good for: For beginners, Straight fairway drives, turnovers, and rollers.

Do you need more distance but not at the mercy of losing accuracy? Then the FD is a great choice.


5. Latitude 64 Pearl
Stats: 4 | 6 | -4 | 0
Good for: Beginners, children, and players with moderate arm speed.

The Pearl is a midrange with a small grip, low weight starting at 150g and a neutral flight path

These 5 discs are the ones we think are among the best disc golf discs for beginners.

Are the other discs that should be on this list? If so, let med know in the comments below.

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