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Discgolfsweden is a website about disc golf made by disc golfers. Our purpose is to market the sport disc golf and to show the potential as a pastime activity and as a competitive sport. At discgolfsweden you will find the latest news and a lot of information.

Here you can also find the most complete golf disc database in the world with information about thousands of different golf discs and you will also find information about most tournaments in Europe.
15-03-09 - Prodigy H3
Prodigy´s new hybrid driver H 3 makes the line-up more or less complete (H1-4), “the H3 is a stable to slightly over stable hybrid disc with a little less stability and more glide than the H2. The H3 features a small micro bead that enables a pure flight line eliminating pitching from left to right. The flight characteristics of the H3 are extremely predictable.” according to the company. It will be available in 750 and 400G plastic. The H-1 is PDGA approved since lats week:
Outside diameter: 21.3 cm (Max weight allowed: 176.8 g)
Inside rim diameter: 17.3 cm
Height: 1.7 cm
Rim depth: 1.2 cm
Rim thickness: 2.0 cm
Flexibility rating: 9.30 kg
Rim configuration rating: 34.50 mm

Read more about Prodigy Discs here.
15-03-05 - K2 Berg
Berg is the first putter from Kastaplast, it is a blunt and slow, Jonas at Kastaplast describes it as a slower Rhyno. “Berg is a slow and stable putter, designed for distinct short drives and approaches, as well as fearless putts. It can be trusted not to hover far passed the basket even on windy days. Berg features an ergonomic comfortable grip, with an upwards slope for your thumb. This equals more surface for the thumb to grab. The thumb track on Berg was designed to be prominent on the top side while not being noticeable or in the way at the bottom, which makes it feel quite different from any other putter. Berg is Swedish for mountain. Steady as a rock!” says Jonas.

Berg is manufactured in the new K2 line plastic, a more flexy and grippy version of the K1. Berg was sent to the PDGA recently for approval. The first the batch of discs is being produced right now, they will be distributed to the shops in a couple of weeks.

More info about Kastaplast will be available here.
15-03-04 - Reptilian Disc Golf
Reptilian Disc Golf is new American discgolf-company, based in O´Fallon, Missouri. Their first discs are two putters; Scale and Serpent which are made by Gateway, both discs are approved by the PDGA. “The Scale features the thinnest flight plate on the market, a comfortable bead, and a subtle thumb contour that will give you the cold-blooded confidence to strike consistently and accurately. Flight Numbers: S 3, G 1, HSS 0 and LSS 3” according to the company. “The beadless Serpent harnesses a healthy dose of high speed stability and finishes with a gentle fade. The Serpent retains the supremely thin flight plate & subtle thumb contour of the Scale, while producing an even heartier grip. Flight Numbers: S 2, G 3, HSS -0,5 and LSS 1” according to the company.
The figures for the Scale:
Diameter: 21.0 cm (max weight 174.3 grams)
Inside rim diameter: 19.0 cm
Height: 2.2 cm
Rim depth: 1.5 cm
Rim thickness: 1.0 cm
Flexibility rating: 10.43 kg
Rim configuration rating: 68.00 mm

And Serpent:
Diameter: 21.0 cm (max weight 174.3 grams)
Inside rim diameter: 19.1 cm
Height: 2.2 cm
Rim depth: 1.5 cm
Rim thickness: 1.0 cm
Flexibility rating: 4.68 kg
Rim configuration rating: 86.75 mm

Find more info about the products from Reptilian here.
03-09 Prodigy H3
03-05 K2 Berg
03-04 Reptilian Disc Golf
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03-02 Frost Bolt & Saint
03-01 Bard, Seer & Swan
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11-11 Westside Bard & Seer
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Photo: Jonas Ruholm
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Photo: Jonas Ruholm