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DGA Tremor Midrange Disc

[ Speed 6, Glide 5, Turn -4, Fade 1 ] The Tremor midrange disc is understable and designed to give players with slower arm speeds better control and greater distances out of their midrange game....

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DGA Rift Midrange Disc

[ Speed 5, Glide 4, Turn -1, Fade 1.5 ] The DGA Rift is your new favorite midrange. After marveling at the pleasant and inviting feel in the hand, you’ll then realize it’s amazing point...

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DGA Squall Midrange Disc

[ Speed 6, Glide 4, Turn -1, Fade 1 ] The DGA Squall midrange disc is an innovative slightly understable midrange that holds long anhyzers and any flip to flat lines. If you ever have...

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DGA Aftershock Midrange Disc

[ Speed 5, Glide 4, Turn 0, Fade 2 ] The DGA Aftershock midrange disc is stable to slightly overstable and will hold reliable lines for players of all skill levels. This utility midrange can...

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DGA Quake Midrange Disc

[ Speed 5, Glide 3, Turn 0, Fade 3 ] The DGA Quake midrange disc is a trustworthy overstable midrange that brings confidence in all wind conditions. This disc will hold a consistent flight path...

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DGA’s midrange disc line up is here to fill your bag with essential go-to midranges whenever disc control is crucial. Steer through narrow wooded fairways shots, throw an overstable midrange with anhyzer for a perfect s-curve flex shot or go for mid-distance ace runs at the basket.
Midrange discs are the best all-round golf discs with the greatest control and flexibility for a wide range of shots
DGA has a range of some of the best midranges available to fill the needs of different player abilities and styles.
What is a midrange disc and why are midrange discs so important?
Midrange discs are as their name implies the middle ground between putt and approach discs used for short shots and drivers used for distance and long fairway shots. Midrange discs are faster, more stable, and have a longer range than a putter. Midranges are great all-around utility discs that players will use for the majority of their shots. While advanced players often use midranges for many of their shots midrange discs are great discs for players just starting out.