More Players = More Demand = Limited Supply

Disc golf exploded in popularity in 2020 which has resulted in empty shelves for disc golf manufacturers, distributors and retailers.  Adding fuel to the lack of supply is the growth of ecommerce as more and more online stores have begun to pop up across the country. 

Discraft has responded by imposing an order limit of 25 total on some of their discs such as Brodie Smith's CryZtal FLX Zone, Paige Pierce's Fierce, and Paul McBeth's Luna and Zeus.  Each Discraft account holder can only order 25 of these discs per 14 day period.  As of today, this 25 order limit also applies to Discraft's ESP Buzzz, Z-Line Buzzz, Z-Line Force, Z-Line Vulture, and Z-Line Zone. We expect that the 25 order limit will apply to more molds as soon as they are manufactured.

Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64 and Westside Discs have published their list of discs that have been prioritized for 2021 as set out below.  So if you don't see your disc on these lists, they may not be available in 2021 at all.

The good news is that Dynamic Discs, Kastaplast, Latitude 64 and MVP Disc Sports have advised that they will have access to additional molding machines this year, but it remains to be seen whether and when they can catch up to demand.