Discs in the DGA RDGA Line weigh in at 150 grams and are extremely easy to throw. The RDGA Line is made up of many of the same molds found in the ProLine and SP Line, however the lighter plastic blend makes them much more beginner friendly.

RDGA plastic provides players with more control and added grip in their beginning phases of disc golf. The lighter plastic means that players throwing with less arm speed will experience better results and learn how to control the flight of a disc more readily. RDGA Line discs are control style discs that are meant to be thrown with more finesse than power. This plastic blend is recommended for children, female golfers, and players new to the sport.

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DGA Reef - D Line

The DGA Reef - D Line is a slightly understable putter and approach that evolved from the revolutionary Discraft APX mold. It has a slow, straight flying, controllable flight path with consistent fade. It can keep your putts …