Building Your Disc Golf Trilogy Bag: The Top 5 Discs to Get You Started!

If you’re new to disc golf and looking to start building your collection of discs, the Trilogy line from Dynamic Discs is a great place to begin. These five discs are designed to be user-friendly and versatile, making them perfect for players of all skill levels.

When it comes to selecting the best disc golf discs to start with, it’s important to consider the type of disc, as well as its flight characteristics. Below are five of the top disc golf discs to start with from the Trilogy inventory, along with a brief explanation of their characteristics and uses.

What Are Trilogy Discs?

Trilogy discs refer to a collection of discs produced by a partnership between Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs. These three manufacturers have joined forces to reduce expenses and expand their distribution on a global scale. The discs are made of the same plastic material, despite being given different names by each company.

Direct from Dynamic Discs site:

“The term ‘Trilogy’ was coined by fans of Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, and Westside Discs. It is a shorter and easier way To refer to all 3 companies at one time. You won’t find ‘Trilogy Discs’ in a retail store.

The fans also started Team Trilogy. It is a fan based family oriented disc golf community, dedicated to promoting the sport and the brand we love while bringing like-minded people together from around the globe.

Check out for more information and to become a member today.”

Let’s Build A Trilogy Discs Bag

I may not be the furthest flying scratch player on the course, but I’ve learned a thing or two about Trilogy’s offerings. And let me tell you, if you’re new to the game and want to start off on the right foot, you can’t go wrong with a starter set from one of these companies: Dynamic Discs, Latitude 64, Westside Discs. But being able to cherry pick the best from each will set you up for longevity.

What should a disc golf bag have in it?

First things first, you’re gonna need a putter. Yeah, yeah, I know, it’s not the sexiest disc out there, but trust me, you’ll be thanking me when you’re sinking those crucial putts. Next up, you’re gonna need a midrange. It’s like the Swiss Army knife of disc golf, it can do a little bit of everything.

Now, let’s talk about fairway drivers. You’re gonna need one that’s a little more forgiving and one that’s a little more “beefy” (whatever the heck that means). And last but not least, you’re gonna need a max-distance driver. Because let’s be real, who doesn’t want to be the person throwing the farthest?

So there you have it folks, the bare-bones of a Trilogy disc golf bag, straight from an expert in the making. You’re welcome.

Putter: The Dynamic Discs Judge

The Judge is a popular choice among both new and experienced players. It’s found in many Dynamic Discs starter sets and is also commonly found in professional bags. It’s a beaded, neutral-flying putter with a fairly low-profile design, making it comfortable for new players to grip and throw. The Judge is also available in many different polymers, making it a versatile disc for both putting and approaching.

I bag the Judge and use it as my go-to putter. For shots further than 15-20ft I typically don’t use it. Although other skilled players may like it as an approach disc I prefer something like the Innova Wolf. But, if my shot is under 20ft, and I need a consistent flight, the Dynamic Discs Judge is the one. 

Get it a little on the heavy side to complete the feel of a solid putter. With a low profile and neutral flight, having it a bit heavier will make it feel like you’re just dropping it in the basket. These characteristics should also help against any wind gusts and chain bounce…nothing worse than hitting the chains and seeing your disc somehow deflect off of it. 

Pick up a Dynamic Discs Judge here: Dynamic Discs Judge.

Midrange: The Latitude 64 Compass

The Compass, AKA the “workhorse” of midrange discs, is the go-to choice for new players who want to pretend they know what they’re doing. It’s not exactly a pro-level disc, but it’s not a total beginner’s toy either. Basically, it’s the straight-flying, middle-of-the-road option for those who can’t make up their minds. Oh, and it’s “designed” by professional player Ricky Wysocki, so you can feel like a pro too, even if you’re not quite there yet.

I’m not going to lie, I don’t pull out my Compass all the time. For me it’s one step up from my DD Judge and therefore doesn’t provide enough of a variance to warrant use. But before I found my go-to midrange the Compass was it. 

My favorite mid-range was mentioned above, the Innova Wolf. But sometimes the Wolf just tends to hang on my hand a bit too long and go off to the right when throwing it backhand. Perhaps this is due to its Thumtrac® technology working a bit too well. If my Wolf acts up a few times in a round I tend to pull out the Compass for a bit of a “reset” session.

Both discs fly straight, but the Wolf gives a lot more turnover to the weaker arm. The Compass on the other hand lets a beginner truly understand the neutrality of a disc flight…you put it on a line and that is how it will fly. In fact, the Compass is a great disc to be used for understanding wrist angle and if perhaps your the reason throws are flying off into the abyss…it’s not the disc 😉.

Find your direction with the Latitude 64 Compass here: LT 64 Compass

Watch This Compass Review

Fairway Driver: Latitude 64 River

Introducing the River, the disc that’s been causing a splash in the disc golf world for the past decade. It’s not just its tremendous glide that makes it a fan favorite, but also its ability to make even the most average of players feel like a pro. 

The River is the go-to fairway driver for those shots that require a delicate touch and precise control. It’s like a trusty steed, easy to throw, and suitable for players of all abilities. Just give it a little flick of the wrist and watch it soar on those big sweeping anhyzer curves, leaving all your competitors in the dust (and probably a little envious).

I have a long standing with the River and you can read my full review here. The review showcases what it’s like being a newer player and getting a disc that I probably wasn’t ready for but taught me a lot. I now bag two, one in the opto plastic and one in a cheaper burst. I throw the burst if I don’t mind losing it, but throw my opto when it counts. I can’t say enough about how much I like this disc as a fairway option, but have found it works well for hyzer lines when needed. I also love it as a forehand option. 

Tired of lackluster fairway shots? Let the River show you what true glide is all about. Pick up one here: Latitude 64 River

Fairway Driver: Dynamic Discs Felon

Oh, you’re looking for a fairway driver that can handle the wind like a boss? Look no further than the Felon. This bad boy was specifically designed to handle the unforgiving Kansas winds, so you know it’s going to perform in any gusty conditions. 

The Felon feels great in your hand and comes out easy, making it perfect for new players who want to look like pros. And let’s not forget about its predictable hyzer finish, perfect for those low ceiling shots where you need some extra glide and a strong finish. The River is a speed 7, the Felon jumps up to a 9. It’s also a little more stable. So, if you want a disc that will make your bag feel like it’s got a bit more speed to it, grab a Felon. It’ll be love at first throw.

Put a Felon in your bag here: Dynamic Discs Felon.

Distance Driver: Westside Discs Sword

Deciding on the best distance driver from the Trilogy lineup was a difficult decision for me. Up here in the mountains, with all these trees and whatnot, a trusty straight-shooter like the Sword is a necessity. I chose the Sword for its reputation as a straight flying disc. As a player, I appreciate the importance of accuracy, especially on wooded courses, and the Sword will have you slicing through the air like a hot knife through butter.

Infinite Discs user MW1998 gives a good review of the Sword:

“The Sword is an interesting disc, but it’s also my favorite driver by far. There are many different plastic types, and I have thrown the three most popular. To preface this, I throw about 360-380ft RHBH.

  • VIP AIR: Very under stable, basically a roller for my power. Better for slower arm speeds
  • VIP: My favorite and go to plastic. A little bit under stable, flies like it has -1 or -2 turn, with reliable gentle fade. This plastic will turn super hard in headwind.
  • VIP X: This plastic is very true to its numbers. It will fly straight with basically no turn, and fade reliably. This is the disc I throw into headwind.

I bag both a VIP and VIP X Sword. I use the VIP sword on almost every tee shot over 300ft. I switch to the VIP X if there is a headwind, or I need more fade. All in all, the sword is my go to driver. I get the most distance, and it feels amazing in the hand. I highly recommend one for everybody.”

The Westside Sword is the ultimate weapon for disc golfers looking to conquer the course. Professional players will love the Sword’s straight, long, and predictable flight, while slower arms can expect to add some serious distance to their game without sacrificing accuracy. The Sword holds any line you put it on, with a straight flight and a trusty Hyzer finish. 

So cut through the air like a samurai, grab a Westside Sword and claim victory over the competition: Westside Discs Sword.

Watch This Review of The Sword

More Great Options For A Trilogy Disc Golf Bag

Don’t overlook these other options! Supplementing your lineup with different plastic types is always a possibility, but I would advise trying various discs before committing to one. Make informed decisions, and take the time to find the right fit for you!

  • Putter Option: Tired of the bead on the Judge and the fade on the Warden, World Champion Eric McCabe approached Latitude 64 with a plan for a putter that sits right in the middle. The result? A putter that feels amazing in your hand and releases smoothly with its microbead. Whether you’re using it for approach shots or putting, the EMAC Judge’s neutral stability and subtle finish will make you a force to be reckoned with on the green. With Eric’s world-class putting skills backing it up, the EMAC Judge is the ultimate upgrade for your disc golf bag!
  • Mid-Range Option: The most popular Westside disc among players is the Harp, and for good reason. It’s a trusty approach disc that’ll handle wind with ease and fly straight, no matter how fast (or slow) your arm is. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, the Harp is guaranteed to be your go-to for approach shots, with its reliable stability and hyzer finish.
  • Mid-Range Option Two: Falling close to the low speed fairway driver range is the Justice. The wind may play tricks on even the most seasoned players, but there is an answer. The Dynamic Discs Justice is here to save the day and restore your confidence on the course. With its unwavering stability, you’ll never need to search for another short-distance solution. Just give The Justice a flick of your wrist and watch it deliver, without a hint of turn-over. Get ready to serve some justice on the course.
  • Fairway Option:  Part of the Latitude 64 Easy-to-Use Line: the Sapphire is a lightweight and speedy disc that is still a breeze to grip and control. With the Sapphire, you’ll gain extra speed and stability in your disc collection. Its sleek design ensures effortless releases, and it’s a cinch to hold onto, especially for those with petite paws.
  • Fairway Option Two: Looking for a beginner-friendly, easy-to-throw disc? Look no further than the Diamond. Designed for children, beginners, and players with moderate arm speed, the Diamond is the ideal choice for anyone looking to improve their game. With weights ranging from 145g to 159g, it’s lightweight and easy to control. The understable flight path combined with its good glide and slight fade make it a great choice for players of all skill levels.
  • Distance Driver Option: The Grace is the epitome of effortless distance. It boasts the precision of a fairway driver and the power of a high-speed driver, making it a highly versatile option for players of all levels. Its neutral flight path and exceptional glide make it a popular choice for those seeking a smooth and controlled experience on the course. Embrace the Grace for effortless distance!

Good Things Come In 3

With the three-company crossover, disc golfers have a wealth of options at their fingertips. But where do you begin? These five discs have proven themselves time and time again, and serve as a solid foundation for any player. From there, you can explore and branch out to find the perfect disc for your style. Get ready to elevate your game and “Throw with Confidence!”

Until Next Time,


I am an avid rock climber, mountain biker, and disc golfer, who loves nothing more than a beautiful day to go play outside like a kid. I love to read and learn new things in order to gain a better understanding of our amazing world, and feel honored to share some with you. If you don’t find me at my computer typing away, you will find me outside exploring. I wrote this article because I am enthusiastic about helping you improve your disc golf skills and find a passion for getting outside!