The TDx is almost like a faster near relative of the FD. Holding one you could swear you are holding an FD, only with a slightly wider rim. The flight patterns share a lot of similarities too, so accurate fairway drives in all but the windiest conditions are handled with control. Turnovers and anhyzer shots also hold their lines beautifully.
Good choice for: Accurate fairway drives for slower arm speeds, easy hyzer flips and turnovers for intermediate players, rollers, long anhyzers lines
Westside Discs - King
Westside Discs most popular high speed driver, the King is their fastest disc for all levels of players. The farthest flying disc in the line, the King is designed to allow the average player to experience a long distance flight. It has a good grip and a nice high dome. It traps the air and rides on it like you have never seen before. For professional players the King will be your longest flying disc and roller in your bag. For lower speed arms this will finally give you that full flight you always wanted on the course.
Good choice for: Max distance flights and rollers for advanced for players
Prodigy - D6
Adding to Prodigy's flagship series of distance drivers, the all new Prodigy D6 Disc is a very fast, under stable driver. It is designed for all players and flies extremely far. The D6 will flip up when thrown hard, turn towards the right (for right handed throwers) and then go into an extremely long glide, with a gentle draw finish to the left. The D6 is also a great disc for long controlled rollers.
Good choice for: Beginner friendly distance driver, long controlled rollers
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!