Thursday, September 24, 2020

Non Disc Golf Disc Golf Hot Take - Spoons

Anthony has this week's Non Disc Golf Disc Golf Hot Take on Spoons. Also, we get off the rails and talk about Goulash, Succotash, and an assortment of other food related items as well.

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Disc Golf Hot Take - The Memorial

Anthony has this week's Hot Take about the Memorial Championship.

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Friday, September 18, 2020

Non-Disc Golf, Disc Golf Hot Takes - Sports

Robert has a very loosely disc golf-related non-disc golf hot take for us this week about the 5 major sports vs more niche sports!

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Disc Golf Hot Takes - Best Ace Ever

Robert has this week's DG Hot Take about the BEST ace in disc golf history!

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Thursday, September 10, 2020
Monday, September 7, 2020

5 Reasons You Should Buy the Trooper Bag Instead of the Commander Bag

Dynamic Discs has one of the most complete bag lineups in disc golf, from the over-the-shoulder Cadet bag all the way up to the tour-standard Ranger. We love having a wide range of bags, but if you're looking into them for the first time, you might have some questions about why you'd want to pick one bag over another. Today, let's take a look at two of our most popular bags - the Trooper bag and the Commander bag - and see why you might want to pick the Trooper.

1. Size The Trooper bag is one of the more comfortably sized bags in our lineup, and it has a noticeably smaller footprint than the Commander bag. Even when loaded up with discs and water, the Trooper feels compact on your back and when taking it off to throw shots.

2. Weight - The Trooper was intentionally made to be a lighter bag while maintaining structural integrity.
Picking it up and taking it off is a breeze, and when you're walking in between shots, it feels like it disappears on your back. Because the Commander has a bit more internal structure and size, it's a bit heavier than the Trooper, so players that want a bag should definitely lean toward the Trooper.

3. Features - While it's not as full of features as the Commander bag, the Trooper has everything you need for a round of disc golf: a dedicated valuables pocket, two zippered side pockets for towels, scorecards, minis, etc., an adjustable water bottle pouch, a top compartment for putters or a light jacket, and of course, a roomy main disc compartment. No extra frills - just features that give you maximum efficiency.

4. Capacity - Though the Trooper is a smaller bag, the main compartment can hold 18+ discs, which is only a couple fewer than the Commander and Ranger can hold in the main compartment. If you use the top compartment for discs as well, you can comfortably carry another 3-4 putters there. The 22+ disc capacity provides plenty of room to carry a good variety of discs and even backups so that you're prepared for any shot you might face.

5. Price - This is the BIG benefit of the Trooper bag! The Trooper packs all of the features and capacity listed above into a bag that retails for $39.99. Yes, you heard correctly, $39.99. When compared with other price tags at $100+, the Trooper's value can't be beaten.

Now, if you're looking for a bag that's a little bit bigger and has some more features, you might give the Commander a look. If you need to carry more than 20 discs consistently, the Commander will be a better fit. If you're looking for a bag to fit with one of our Dynamic Discs Backpack Carts, the Commander will probably be your choice.

But if you're just getting started, love a lighter bag, or are looking for the best bang for your buck, the Trooper is the best bag choice for you!
Friday, September 4, 2020

Non-Disc Golf, Disc Golf Hot Takes - Ketchup

Bobby has a bonus Hot Take for us this week, about Ketchup and the foods it does and absolutely does not belong on!

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Thursday, September 3, 2020

Disc Golf Hot Takes - Disc Buying

Bobby is back in the Hot Takes hot seat, and he's got something to say about the thrill rush of buying new discs!

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