The Harp is Westside Discs most reliable approach disc. Designed to withstand any type of condition. It will hold in the wind. For professional players, this could be their only approach disc they will need to carry as it can hold anyone's arm speed and still hyzer. For slower arm speeds, it will be your most overstable approach disc.
Good choice for: Reliable approach disc in all conditions
Discraft - Zone
Experienced players love the overstable, low-profile Zone™ putter. Will hold the line without flipping on long approaches, and delivers predictable putts even in windy conditions. Also now available as one of 4 time world champion Paul McBeth's signature discs.
Good choice for: Predictable putts in windy condition, flip resistance on long approaches
Innova - Shark
The Shark is the perfect mid-range disc for players of all skill levels. It is great for predictable straight, hyzer or anhyzer drives and approach shots, plus you can even putt with it. Beginners will benefit from the smooth rim and consistent release. It has good carry and makes long approaches easy to reach.
The best all around golf disc. A very accurate disc for drives and approach shots, you can even putt with it. Excellent for beginners in lighter weights.
Good choice for: Beginners, accuracy, first midrange
Latitude 64° - Fuji
Rise to the top with the Fuji. Overstable, predictable and made to handle power. Fuji is a trustworthy straight flyer with a consistent hyzer fade at the end, even when the wind blows. Fuji has a slightly more shallow grip compared to traditional midranges. This overmold disc has a Opto Line flight plate and a Gold Line rim.
Good choice for: Reliable fade, straight in windy situations, fans of discs with a shallower grip
Greetings friends, we do hope everyone out there is staying both physically, mentally, and spiritually healthy during this season of life. We're grateful in announcing that Beaver Ranch Disc Golf Course is open. Although our course is open we do require everyone to adhere to the state guidelines for social distancing. In addition to our already existing course rules, we'll also be asking for groups no larger than 4 (individuals or groups of two are preferred), and that you bring your own hand sanitizer. Thank You!