Down Under Disc Evolution was started by a couple of dudes in Perth in 2009 who wanted to make discs and equipment for Frisbee™ sports easily available for local players at a reasonable price. We now have Australia’s largest selection of flying discs for Disc Golf, Ultimate, and many other Frisbee™ sports, as well as discs for man’s best friend.
We are proud to open our new online store in July 2012, where players can now choose their discs in exact weight and colour. We also have a physical store in Landsdale, WA where you are welcome to come and browse through our massive selection of shiny plastic.
Please contact us at email@example.com or on (08) 9303 2415 for information and pricing on bulk orders, custom stamped discs, or for any other questions. We have built this site for you and we aim to stock all of the products that you want. Please let us know what you think of the site, and what discs you would like to see more of.
What is Disc Golf?
Disc Golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It is played with similar rules to traditional golf, except players throw a flying disc (Frisbee™) instead of using a club and ball. Disc golfers throw their disc from a designated tee to an elevated metal chain basket to complete each hole in the least number of throws. For more information on Disc Golf, please visit the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA).
DUDE fully supports Disc Golf in Australia through sponsorship of local and interstate events. We also run our own events to promote Disc Golf throughout Western Australia.
What discs should I throw?
If you’re brand new to the sport of Disc Golf we highly recommend the Innova Beginner Packs. If you’re looking for individual discs, you can see in the product descriptions which discs are recommended for newer players. In general newer players should throw lighter, lower speed discs, and the lightest discs available are typically the best for children.
Disc golf companies make their discs available in a variety of different plastic types. The less expensive, base-line plastics (such as DX or Pro D) are best for beginners but they wear in faster than other plastics. Premium plastics (such as Star or Elite Z) will last much longer but may be slightly more difficult for new players to throw. Please visit the disc manufacturers’ websites for further details on specific discs.
Colour and Stamping
Here at DUDE we want our customers to be able to buy the discs they want in the colours they choose, even though the manufacturers don’t let us choose colours when we order from them. Since many discs are similar but slightly different in colour, we list our disc colours in simple terms such as “red” and “blue” instead of terms like “light red” or “sky blue.” Bear in mind that we may have several of the same disc in “red,” but each of them may be slightly different in colour. The images on the product pages are to be used as a guide only, and do not necessarily reflect the colour of the actual disc for sale.
While every effort has been made to illustrate the correct stamp or graphic on each disc, disc companies change their stamps quite frequently. Again these images are here to give you an idea of what a disc will look like, but each disc may have a slightly different stamp. If you would really like to see exactly what a specific disc looks like please contact us and we will be happy to help you.