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Dynamic Discs Prime Truth Educational Disc Golf Set - 25 Pack

Dynamic Discs Prime Truth Educational Disc Golf Set - 25 Pack


 
Our Price: $199.99
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Dynamic Discs Prime Truth Educational Disc Golf Set

This set is designed to be used with any small to medium-sized group looking to get started with disc golf.

It includes 25 Dynamic Discs Prime Truths, our most popular selling midrange and signature disc for 2010 World Champion, Eric McCabe.

The Truth is a great first disc for beginners but can be used by new and experienced players alike.

Disc weights and colors will vary. Most sets will come with discs that are 170g or heavier.

We will always include the largest assortment of colors we can, depending on current inventory.

Depending on your needs, we also have other options available with 2 disc and 3 disc sets. The 2 disc set includes a putter and a midrange. The 3 disc set includes a putter, a midrange, and a driver. Check them out here.

About Prime:
Prime will have an incredible feel and excellent grip even when the weather will compromise your hold on your favorite disc. These are all secondary benefits to this incredible line of discs. Our guiding intention was to bring a product to market that was affordable for beginners looking to test the waters.

Dynamic Discs Team Member Review
"The original Truth has awesome glide with minimal fade. If you have good arm speed, you'll be surprised at the distance (especially on turnovers) you can get from the Truth!"
- Robert McCall


Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Good quality discs! June 21, 2016
Reviewer: T. Landegent from Iowa, United States  
These discs are incredibly versatile and work great as a first disc. I am teaching a beginners clinic for teenagers and it can fly flat, can get a great gentle S-curve, and works great for putting too.

The reason I give it 4 stars is that of the 25 discs in the pack, 20 were black and 5 were pink. This wouldn't necessarily be a problem if the discs were to be dispersed to different areas, but it is difficult to quickly decipher whose disc is whose. A wider variety of colors would have been much better and conducive for a educational disc set.

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