DGA provides the highest quality golf discs for its customers. DGA discs are molded by industry leaders in plastics production and custom injection molding and used by top pros and world champions.
DGA discs provide quality and performance in a full range drivers mid-range and put and approach discs. DGA can set you up with discs for yourself, your course, tournament or pro shop.
DGA produces four distinct lines, each specialized and tailored for different styles of play and different course environments. You can use many of our lines for custom stamping with your own custom stamp designs as well as with DGA’s incredible tournament packages.
DGA was first to popularize sparkle flakes in their production offerings. Every DGA’s SP Line disc is not only aesthetically pleasing but will raise your game to its highest level.
SP Line Discs
ProLine style plastic will take less time to beat in and will get its intended flight characteristics faster than the SP Line. ProLine plastic is DGA’s middle tier plastic blend and is great for players of all skill levels!
These are the discs that “Steady” Ed himself used while playing, and for good reason! These plastics stem from Ed’s research and development for a suitable material to use in the Wham-O Superball.
Discs in D-Line plastic will also beat in quicker than other DGA plastic blends, and because of this they are sometimes referred to as control style discs. This plastic is perfect for transitioning from the beginning stages of disc golf into a more advanced game. D-Line discs are available in DGA’s standard weight ranges and are great compliments to the ProLine and SP Line models.
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 thrown with more finesse than power. This plastic blend is perfect for children, players with slower arm speed, and players new to the sport.
RDGA Line Discs