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    I have been doing a lot of Google searching lately for Disc Golf related sites (i.e. Mechandise, Brands, Forums, Blogs, etc..) and I wanted to know if any of you have a favorite site(s) you would like to share.

    *Disc Brand Sites*
    - ABC Discs
    - Blackjax
    - Ching
    - Daredevil Discs
    - Discraft
    - Discmaina
    - Discwing
    - DKG
    - Dynamic Discs
    - Gateway
    - Innova
    - Latitude64
    - Legacy
    - Millennium
    - MVP
    - Nutsac Bags
    - Quest Disc
    - Revolution Disc Bags
    - Prodiscus
    - Rip Disc
    - Skyiron
    - Skyquest
    - Snap
    - Vibram
    - Westside

    *Disc Tools*
    Disc Flight
    - Flight Analyzer
    - Inbounds - InFlight Tool
    - Joe's Flight Chart and Android App- Joe's Universal Flight Chart
    - Marshall Street Flight Guide
    I had a chance to download the chart before they went and have it here: - Altitude Disc Flight Chart (Site Retired)
    Disc Specs
    - Disc Golf Sweden - Disc Database
    Score Tracking
    - Easy Scorecard Pro(Android App)
    - Disc Golf Companion(Android App)

    *Course Information*
    - DG Course Review
    - Oregon Course Map
    - Washington Course Map

    *Disc Golf Orginizations/Clubs/Teams*
    - PDGA
    - DGA
    - Eagles Wings
    - Disc Golf Or Die
    - Stumptown

    *Disc Golf History*
    - Evolution Of Discs

    *Disc Golf Blogs*
    - Rattling Chains
    - Mr. Disc Golf

    I know that for some of you these will be known sites, but I thought if we get a set of Internet and non-Internet resources in one Thread that maybe the Mods can make it a sticky that can be updated on a regular basis.

    Ready...Set...Go...
    Last edited by JPSnuffy; January 5th, 2013, 11:18 AM. Reason: Updated with Org/Club/Team section
    Glenn 'JPSnuffy' Higgs
    Remembering 'The Crimson Willys'
    --==_o|||||o_==--

  • #2
    For comparing Discs across brands I have found that the Marshall Street Disc Golf Flight Guide is the best.

    http://www.marshallstreetdiscgolf.co...ightguide.html
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    • #3
      Originally posted by EnigmaSquad View Post
      For comparing Discs across brands I have found that the Marshall Street Disc Golf Flight Guide is the best.

      http://www.marshallstreetdiscgolf.co...ightguide.html
      Thanks Brian! I added it to my first post.
      Glenn 'JPSnuffy' Higgs
      Remembering 'The Crimson Willys'
      --==_o|||||o_==--

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      • #4
        Flight Analyzer is pretty awesome. The maker seems to be super responsive on reddit & his Facebook to any issues or additions requested.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by blaineT View Post
          Flight Analyzer is pretty awesome. The maker seems to be super responsive on reddit & his Facebook to any issues or additions requested.
          This is great, thanks.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by blaineT View Post
            Flight Analyzer is pretty awesome. The maker seems to be super responsive on reddit & his Facebook to any issues or additions requested.
            That looks great Blaine, it also fits nicely on my Android browser.
            Glenn 'JPSnuffy' Higgs
            Remembering 'The Crimson Willys'
            --==_o|||||o_==--

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            • #7
              http://www.gottagogottathrow.com/dis...ightChart1.pdf

              this is a great chart worked up by blake t from discgolfreview.com

              i have found it reflects realistically how most discs fly more than marshall street on average....but i think the best results can be found by comparing those two charts....and probably some of the others i am less familiar with, when actually throwing/fondling the disc may not be an option! Both charts do have some errors or inconsistencies though imo.....

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Casey Kimball View Post
                http://www.gottagogottathrow.com/dis...ightChart1.pdf

                this is a great chart worked up by blake t from discgolfreview.com

                i have found it reflects realistically how most discs fly more than marshall street on average....but i think the best results can be found by comparing those two charts....and probably some of the others i am less familiar with, when actually throwing/fondling the disc may not be an option! Both charts do have some errors or inconsistencies though imo.....
                Yes they do...For Example they only have the Innova Groove listed onece.
                Board Member of the West Sound Disc Golf Association
                Like us on Facebook! Facebook.com/WSDGA

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Casey Kimball View Post
                  http://www.gottagogottathrow.com/dis...ightChart1.pdf

                  this is a great chart worked up by blake t from discgolfreview.com

                  i have found it reflects realistically how most discs fly more than marshall street on average....but i think the best results can be found by comparing those two charts....and probably some of the others i am less familiar with, when actually throwing/fondling the disc may not be an option! Both charts do have some errors or inconsistencies though imo.....
                  Thanks for that Casey! I have added it to the list.
                  Glenn 'JPSnuffy' Higgs
                  Remembering 'The Crimson Willys'
                  --==_o|||||o_==--

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                  • #10
                    DiscGolfSweden is pretty handy.
                    And this is a fun read: The Evolution of Disc Golf Discs
                    And this is kinda helpful: Disctrader
                    Last edited by weaktit; December 10th, 2012, 01:52 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by weaktit View Post
                      DiscGolfSweden is pretty handy.
                      And this is a fun read: The Evolution of Disc Golf Discs
                      And this is kinda helpful: Disctrader
                      Weaktit,

                      Added 2 of the 3 links but the Disc Golf Trader site appears to be broken and so I did not add that one at this time. Thanks for the contribution!
                      Glenn 'JPSnuffy' Higgs
                      Remembering 'The Crimson Willys'
                      --==_o|||||o_==--

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                      • #12
                        Rattling Chains: Disc Golf Blog/

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                        • #13
                          Yeah, that site is wonky but if you click the links right above the pictures Aviar | Roc | Teebird | Eagle | Firebird | Valkyrie | Leopard | Gazelle | JLS | Misc there are pretty good galleries of each mold.


                          Originally posted by JPSnuffy View Post
                          Weaktit,

                          Added 2 of the 3 links but the Disc Golf Trader site appears to be broken and so I did not add that one at this time. Thanks for the contribution!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by JPSnuffy View Post
                            I thought if we get a set of Internet and non-Internet resources in one Thread that maybe the Mods can make it a sticky that can be updated on a regular basis.

                            Ready...Set...Go...

                            this thread is very handy, i have found myself coming back multiple times when looking into new discs. i put in my vote for this thread being a "sticky" thread so that it stays at the top so people can find it easier.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by TYVEK View Post
                              this thread is very handy, i have found myself coming back multiple times when looking into new discs. i put in my vote for this thread being a "sticky" thread so that it stays at the top so people can find it easier.
                              Yeah, that.

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