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I'm new to disc golf, what discs do I need to play?

We recommend learning to throw with one to three discs slower speed discs until you develop the feel and controlled power to accurately throw high speed drivers.

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What do the terms, stable, understable and overstable mean?

Stability is a description of the disc’s flight path. Stable is the tendency of a disc to remain straight through most of the flight. Understable describes a disc that turns right (RHBH thrower) during the high speed portion of the flight. Overstable refers to a flight that turns left (RHBH thrower) at high or low speeds. Understable discs are much more speed and wind sensitive than stable or overstable discs. An understable disc will often fly stable to overstable at low speed. Understable discs are easier to throw for less experienced players.