DGA focuses on a limited number of premium high quality and high-performance disc golf discs with one of a kind molds and plastics. DGA drivers, midrange and putt and approach discs are some of the top discs in the industry. DGA produces five distinct plastic choices and disc lines, each specialized and tailored for different styles of play and different course environments. You can throw DGA discs with confidence, knowing you have some of the highest quality golf discs in the world.
You can use many of our lines for custom stamping and DGA tournament packages.
The DGA disc line of long-range drivers, fairway drivers, mid-range and putt & approach discs are made up of custom disc molds and disc plastics manufactured in California by DGA and in Michigan by Discraft exclusively for DGA.
DGA SP Line plastic is one of two premium plastic blends from DGA. SP Line plastic will take a little longer to beat in than other DGA plastic blends. SP Line discs are transparent and have sparkle flakes suspended in the plastic.
The SP Line plastic blend is the perfect complement to the DGA ProLine plastic blend and will outperform and outlast any other disc golf plastic on the market.
SP Line Discs
DGA ProLine plastic is one of two premium plastic blends from DGA. ProLine plastic is tough, tacky, and has incredible performance. The ProLine plastic blend features increased marbling, pearling, and overall aesthetic appeal. This blend is recommended for players that are looking for increased grip and durability, balanced with high-performance flight qualities. ProLine plastic will take less time to beat in and will reach its intended flight characteristics faster than the DGA SP Line blend.
Signature Line Discs
DGA Signature Line plastic is known for its one of a kind rubber like blend and exceptional plastic memory. DGA Signature Line discs are mostly for putt and approach purposes but fly excellent off the tee as well. It is safe to say you will not find another line of discs out there with the same feel, flexibility, and catchability.
DGA D-Line plastic is DGA’s most economical plastic blend and features superior tack and grip. The plastic is similar to RDGA plastic, but the discs are not all 150 grams in weight.
Discs in D-Line plastic are beginner friendly because of the increased grip but are used by players of all skill levels.
DGA RDGA Line weighs in at 150 grams and are extremely easy to throw. The RDGA Line uses many of the same molds found in the ProLine and SP Line.
The lighter discs weights of from RDGA plastic are ideal for people working on their form or who are new to playing disc golf.