Hyzer Vs. Anhyzer: Don’t Get This WRONG!

hyzer vs anhyzer

A hyzer throw is when you angle the top of the disc away from you, and an anhyzer throw is when you angle the top of the disc towards you as you throw. This is the oversimplified explanation of hyzer vs anhyzer. So whether you’re a die-hard disc golfer or a total nube who’s already … Read more

Disc Golf Techniques Beginners Crash Course: From Tee to Green

Disc Golf Techniques

Whether you are new to disc golf or looking to improve your game, looking at disc golf techniques may be just the thing you are looking for. From throwing styles, to form and grip techniques, this all-inclusive guide to throwing the disc will help you jump in or even brush up on all the technical … Read more

The Best Exercises for Disc Golf: A Personalize Disc Golf Workout Plan

Disc Golf Exercises

One thing that is commonly said around the disc golf community is that you do not need to exercise to be a better player. Here at OK Disc Golfer, we subscribe to the belief that exercises for disc golf are essential.  Exercise can reap many rewards for those who can find a workout routine that … Read more

Ace in Disc Golf: Beginners Guide to Understanding Disc Golf Aces

I’ll never forget my first ace, a 300ft forehand shot on hole 3 of my home course at Oologah Lake. Too bad no one else was there to witness it, nor have I been able to duplicate it since. At the time, I didn’t realize how hard it was to get an ace in disc … Read more

The Best Disc Golf Puns and Jokes Worth A Laugh

disc golf puns

Do you want to hear a disc golf joke? My driving distance… As fun as disc golf is, sometimes it’s nice to keep the mood light. Every round doesn’t have to be taken as seriously as a tournament. Relax and share some laughs with your friends. It’s okay to laugh at yourselves or each other. … Read more

Types of Disc Golf Throws for EVERY Situation

Types of disc golf throws

As a beginner disc golfer, you might know a couple of types of disc golf throws, the backhand and forehand. While these are the two most common disc golf techniques, expert players use many other throws to lower their scores. Once you’re confident in your backhand and sidearm throws, you should try learning more advanced … Read more