All Things Disc Golf is giving away a pair of Freedoms from Dynamic Discs. Read their review then enter on Facebook and Twitter for your chance to win! Ends January 6th at 11:59 p.m. Central Time. Winners will be announced January 7th on their Facebook page.
Innova Discs is holding a holiday giveaway to celebrate the Thunderbird winning Disc of the Year in All Things Disc Golf’s Thrower’s Choice Awards. Enter now for your chance to win a Champion Thunderbird autographed by Paul McBeth! Ends January 4th.
Dynamic Discs has the Latitude 64 Zero Medium Mercy Eric McCabe Signature Edition. This disc features a design won in a contest held by Eric McCabe. Only 350 of this design will be made.
The Mercy is the latest putt and approach release. Designed with a deeper rim and a slower speed than Latitude 64’s earlier putters, it makes for a very good alternative in their putt and approach lineup. Stable and consistent flight for putting, approach, and short drives.
Disc Golf Association is celebrating 5 Days of DGA Holiday Cheer by giving away free discs each day from December 15th through December 19th. Kicking things off will be the SP-Line Torrent.
DGA will post a picture of a disc each day on their Facebook page. Simply comment with what type of shot you would use that disc for. DGA will pick and announce a winner the following day based on content of answers. Winners will take home the featured disc in that day’s photo.
Win this soft Proton Anode from MVP Disc Sports! Plus get bonus entries for sharing. Ends December 20th and winner announced December 22nd.
Latitude 64 is giving you a chance to win the limited edition Missilen disc number 001 (out of 100). You must know the answer to a trivia question to enter. From what famous movie did Latitude 64 borrow the quote printed on the disc? Ends December 17th.
Dynamic Discs has the limited edition Gold Hex Missilen with “Now I Have A Missilen Ho-Ho-Ho!” DecoDye. Only 100 of these will be made and there is a limit of 2 per customer.
The Missilen features hexagon shaped cavities in the surface of both the top of the disc and the bottom of the rim. This pattern has been tested to be the most efficient in reducing drag. The shape of Missilen, combined with the Opto Hex surface design, makes for a disc that is unmatched in speed at the end of the flight.