Glow season is on the horizon and it’s time to stock up now! Here’s our guide to glow discs and our rankings of the glow plastic that we know and throw.
Lone Star Discs has been on my radar for a while since they produce almost all their discs in glow and other reviewers say the glow brightness/longevity is on par with Kastaplast and MVP. Having the option of so many molds is in stark contrast to other brands where the production of glow discs is so limited and releases often sell out quickly. I’m here to confirm that yes, in fact the LSD glow is in the top tier, although it is slightly dimmer than MVP. As for the Texas Ranger, this disc instantly clicked with me and I’ve decided to keep it in my glow bag as my straight-yet-slightly-stable flying mid range.
These days it seems like many popular runs of glow in the dark golf discs sell out fast and are only available on the secondary market, often at a steep markup! Today we’re taking a look at 3 understable glow discs that you can buy right now and might help round out your glow bag.