The Disc Golf Putt is an art form all of its own. I have seen so many different techniques through the years and I have one secret that I have learned. There is only one true way to consistently make a disc golf putt, and that is “YOUR WAY”!
The Disc Golf Putting Secret
The most important piece of the puzzle when figuring out how to putt, is to find the way that works best for you.
Throughout my years of disc golf putting problems, I eventually found the technique that I felt most comfortable with. My game completely changed after that. Once I was comfortable with “my disc golf putt“, my score improved drastically. Even better though, I was having more fun playing the game.
Disc Golf Putting Styles
You will see many forms of putting out there and they are all great. Some throw them with a high arc while others rifle their shots into the chains. I’ve even witnessed players throwing it in like a pizza pie and making many of there shots from every distance imaginable. As I stated before, the disc golf putt is a work of art that each player must master on their own. Please feel free to check out the disc golf putt videos for a putting style that suits you best.
Practice Makes Perfect Putting
If you are looking for a great set of putting games to quickly sharpen your skills, feel free to check out Dave Pelz’s Putting Games for Disc Golfers brought to you by Justin Weilacher below. This clever book was written by the legendary ball golf putting master Dave Pelz. The book was well translated into disc golf for those of you who are searching for a deeper understanding beyond the videos.
Disc Golf Putter Selection
Choosing the right disc golf putter will depend upon your style and comfort-ability with certain materials. Some disc golf putter material is gummy for better grip, while others have a harder less tacky feel. Many companies are producing a hybrid mid-range disc that feels and throws a lot like a putter. No matter what you choose to make your game winners with, your style and disc will probably change quite a bit till you get it right. But rest assured, once you sink that 40 foot putt enough times, that disc golf putter will never leave your bag.
Please feel free to browse through our proven selection of great putters. All proceeds from any purchases made through our site benefits future Disc Stars development and events.