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 disc from a designated tee to a metal basket to complete each hole in the least number of throws.
There are many different types of golf discs designed to curve differently and to throw different distances accurately. They range from Distance Drivers, which are easier to throw far but harder to control, to Putters which are easier to throw straight but won’t go as far.
Which golf discs should I throw?
If you are brand new to disc golf we highly recommend starting with a beginner pack which will include at least 1 of each disc type you will need and some will have a bag, all discs will be in a good start weight and plastic.
Golf discs come in a number of different plastics. The Premium Plastics such as Innova Star and Champion, Discraft ESP and FLX last a long time but they are more difficult for newer players to throw. Beginner plastic such as Innova DX and Discraft Pro D are easier for newer players to throw but they will wear much more quickly.
As a general guide players with less power should throw discs between 140-160g, Intermediate Players should throw between 150-170g, and Seasoned Players typically throw discs 170g +.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes. We can post orders to our customers almost everywhere in the world. International orders ship via Australia Post. Tracking information is not available to all countries. And Taxes May apply to some countries.
How long will my order take to arrive?
Items are packaged and shipped within 24 hours and shipped with Australia Post or TNT road express-delivery time can vary from overnight to a few days dependant on location
Has my order been shipped yet?
You should receive an email from us once your item has shipped if you do not receive this within 48 hours please feel free to contact us
How do I track my order?
You can track all shipments with Australia Post at http://auspost.com.au/track/track.html.
Is a product in stock?
We offer each disc with multiple variations. Please use the drop down menus on the product page to see what is available. Every item that you can select and add to cart should be in stock barring any unforeseen situations.
When is a product coming back in stock?
We are continually building our stock levels hope to continue to do so. We place frequent orders with our suppliers to try to minimise being out of stock. However, sometimes the manufacturers don’t have every product in stock. Also, disc golf manufacturers do not allow retailers to order exact weight and colour, only a weight range. If you would like a very specific weight and colour please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Why doesn’t my disc look like the one pictured on the website?
Disc manufacturers change the hot stamps and logos on their discs very frequently. While every effort has been made to show the appropriate hot stamps and logos, it is possible that the graphics on your disc may look slightly different than what is pictured, for the must up to date disc images please visit the manufacture websites.
When it comes to colour, golf discs are manufactured in a near infinite amount of colours and it would be impossible to picture the exact colour of each disc available. The colour of the disc shown does not necessarily represent the colour of the disc you are purchasing.
If you would like a certain colour disc please enter in your colour preference at the product or checkout page and we will do our best to accommodate you if the disc is in stock.
How do I Order Baskets?
We keep stock of Prodigy T2 baskets in blue and green please contact us for shipping prices
Aus Disc are happy to accept returns from customers up to 14 days after Receipt of Delivery is received. It is the buyers Responsibility to cover Postage costs due to change of mind items. All costs of Items that are faulty or incorrectly delivered will not have any charge to buyer. Returned goods need to be in as new condition with all tags still on.