Trilogy Challenge Event History
The idea behind the Trilogy Challenge is to grow the sport of disc golf by providing beginners with everything they need to play. The event started in 2014 with 273 events around the world with just over 10,000 players competing in these events.
In 2015, we had 300 events in 47 states and 11 different countries with just over 12,000 players competing in these events.
In 2016, we had 326 events in 45 states and 11 different countries with just over 12,000 players competing in these events.
In 2017, we had 355 events in 44 states and 15 different countries with just over 13,500 players competing in these events.
Speed: 8 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 2
The Thief is a versatile fairway driver that will benefit players of all skill levels. With the stable flight path and glide, the Thief will be a fairway workhorse for every bag. For slower arms, the Thief will be an overstable complement to the Witness. For big arms, the Thief will be a straight flyer with slight hyzer release.
Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -1 Fade: 1
The Claymore has a small dome and comfortable grip combined with a neutral flight that will suit most players. Compared to existing Latitude 64 molds, it will be slightly more overstable than the very popular Fuse.
Speed: 3 Glide: 3 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
Westside’s newest putter on the market, the Shield, is the next step up from the Swan. Designed with a tacky grip in the BT plastics, the Shield is a little thicker and has a small bead on the rim. It holds a stable line when throwing as an approach and a straight line into the chains while putting.
Speed: 10 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 2
The fairway driver that you have been looking for and the one that will instantly find a spot in your bag. The Sampo gets great distance with minimal effort due to how smoothly it comes out of the hand and its great glide. The flight path is very neutral which makes it great for long, straight, low shots. Pick up the Sampo today and pick up strokes on your competition tomorrow.
Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -1 Fade: 0
The Evidence is a slightly understable midrange disc that is very controllable. Where the Verdict and the Truth take care of your straight to overstable midrange needs, the Evidence will handle the other side of the spectrum. It will hold the anhyzer angle through a full glide while slowly coming back to a flat flight. The Verdict, Truth, and Evidence feel very similar in the hand with complementary flights to carve around any obstacle you face. When your scores are accusing you of bad shots, you need the Evidence to set the record straight.
Speed: 2 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
The Macana is a putter for players that like a beaded deep rim putter but still feel like the Dagger is just a little too deep. Stable in flight, it will serve you well as both a putter and a short range driver. The Macana has little fade and good glide. The name Macana refers to old wooden weapons used by native cultures of Central and South America. If you feel like every green is a constant battle ground perhaps the Macana can help you win the war!
Speed: 9 Glide: 6 Turn: -1 Fade: 2
Scary fairways where you need perfect accuracy and a good amount of distance? Cut through the air with Falchion! For drives around 300 ft it will hold a soft anhyzer and slowly fight its way back to a small fade. When you need a disc to slice thru the tight fairway Falchion is an excellent choice of weapon. This disc is a great step up for beginners who have gained drive power and think that discs like Diamond, Jade, and Fury are too understable.
Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
This will become the go-to disc for many players. In the same way that a sling propels a rock without much effort, this disc will give easy distance for any arm speed. In testing, the Sling has a very smooth flight on all angles. It won’t matter the midrange shot that you need to execute. Draw the Sling back and confidently execute the shot.
Speed: 3 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
To bead or not to bead. This is one of the most fundamental questions in disc golf. While the Judge and Warden from Dynamic Discs each have their own opinion, the Marshal comes to establish peace in this fight. The microbead and slim profile of the Marshal make for a disc that feels and releases great. With more stability than one would expect from this profile, the Marshal will usher in a new era of confidence and comfort inside the circle.
Speed: 7 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 2.5
River has been one of Latitude 64’s best sellers of all time. For players with less power this fairway driver has provided some serious glide. Here is the pro version. With added stability the River Pro will be a versatile and trusty fairway driver with a slow and steady fade. Just like the original River, the Pro version has great glide and control while at the same time being able to handle windier conditions.
Speed: 5 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 2
The Pine is a perfect combination of stability and control. It fits perfectly between Bard and Warship in Westside Discs lineup and it’ll be useful for all skill levels. Choose the Pine and stay on the fairways.
Speed: 3 Glide: 4 Turn: -1.5 Fade: 0
If your short game needs some assistance, look no further than the Deputy. Boasting the most understable flight of any Dynamic Discs putter, the Deputy allows for easy turnover flights at faster speeds and smooth straight flights at low speeds. Those with smaller hands or who prefer slimmer, beadless profiles will love the feel of the Deputy, as it is slightly more shallow than the Judge, Warden, and Marshal. Take your putt and approach game to the next level with the help of the Deputy! Putter of choice for 4x World Champion Paige Pierce in Classic plastic.
Latitude 64 Opto Musket
Speed: 10 Glide: 5 Turn: -0.5 Fade: 2
The Musket is a straight shooter. Accuracy and distance do not always go hand in hand, but this speedy fairway driver can give you that little extra firepower and still hold the line. The perfect weapon when the fairway is narrow and the basket is far away.
Dynamic Discs Lucid Patrol
Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -3 Fade: 1
Newer players and slower arm speeds can greatly benefit from a slow, understable midrange. Enter the Patrol, with a comfortable rim for smaller hands and an easier flight for beginners to learn. Experienced players will find an easy-to-throw roller in the Patrol, but slower arms will find a staple for shots that need an understable turn or little fade.
Westside Discs Origio Burst Maiden
Speed: 3 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
If you’re looking for a neutral putter with a thin profile, the Maiden fits the bill. The Maiden is surprisingly resistant to turn with little fade.