How to Store Disc Golf Discs

Have you finally decided to go to the disc golf course and are wondering how to carry your discs? Or have your discs been just lying around and you are looking for a new way to store them? If so, you are in the right place. Read on this article to know how to safely store your disc golf discs.

There are several storage options for storing disc golf disc like storage bins, disc racks, and disc bags. The type of golf disc storage will depend on your specific needs and requirements. Disc bags are a more convenient storage option while disc racks offer a more professional way to display your discs. Disc boxes/bins offer more storage space and work best when you want to transport your discs.

How to Choose the Best Disc Rack

A disc rack is an easy and effortless way to organize your growing disc collection. When choosing a disc rack, there are several things that you need to consider. They include:


Disc racks come in varying dimensions, so you need to select one based on your size requirements. If you plan to continue growing your disc collection, make sure that you get a rack that is big enough to accommodate your discs yet small enough to fit in the available space.

Number of Discs Stored

Generally, the number of discs that a rack can store will depend on the type of discs. This is because some discs are thicker or thinner than others. Therefore, it is very important to examine your discs collection to help you choose the perfect rack for your needs.


The construction of a golf disc rack is very important. The last thing you want is a weak rack that can come crumbling down any time. Most sturdy racks are made from strong steel. A solid and durable rack will allow you to store other things like pictures, trophies, and minis on the top shelf.


Ease of assembly will ensure that you spend more time doing other things that you love rather than assembling the rack. If this factor matters to you, you should opt for racks that require no assembly at all.


There are disc golf racks that provide the ability for further customization and to add more convenience. For instance, the rack can feature hooks to hang shoulder bags, towels, and other accessories.


Although not the most important factor, the price of the rack can also help you narrow down your list of the best disc racks. If you have budgetary constraints, consider going the DIY route. However, if cost is not an issue, do comprehensive research to find high-quality disc racks that will enable you to keep your discs in an organized and professional manner.

Disc Golf Storage Bins

A disc storage bin is designed to help you stay organized and prevent your discs from lying around. The market is flooded with disc storage bins that are designed to accommodate different types of discs. Different disc golf storage bins can accommodate a varying number of discs, depending on the type of discs.

When it comes to construction, a good number of storage bins for discs are made from plastic. This ensures durability.

However, some players find it difficult to find boxes with the right size and shape that will allow dense packing of your discs. This is especially important if you want to transport them. Fortunately, it is possible to make your own storage box and customize it for your specific requirements.

Steps for Making a DIY Storage Box


  • 5mm Corflute sheets
  • Pencil
  • Metric Ruler
  • Sharp knife

For the handles:

  • 20mm electric conduit
  • Bench vice
  • Hacksaw


  1. To start, you will need a 2-part box and a 4-part box with separate sides.
  2. Use a pencil and ruler to make the design and spell out where to cut through and where not to cut through.
  3. After cutting out the parts of the box, the next step is to bend and fold the cut lines until they form a straight edge.  To make the box symmetrical and give it a nice fitting, it is important to fold and firmly press the lines to form a 90-degree angle. This will give a strong final product.
  4. Next, you need to assembly the box until it is in place.
  5. With the box in place, now you want to add the centre divider, which helps the boxes to stack up nicely. A divider also prevents the box from bulging in the middle when stacked with discs/. Before adding the divider, glue the area across the lengths and wait for it to cure. Then place the centre divider.
  6. The next step is to fit the handle on the box. Use the hacksaw blade to cut through the lengthwise of the box twice and use a screwdriver to open the gap.
  7. After finishing creating the box, pick up your cutting blade and use the back side to tidy the sharp edges of the cuts.
  8. Bend over the edges of the box’s sides and apply insulation tape on the edges.

How Many Discs Should I Bag?

A golf disc bag comes in handy for players that want the convenience of easy grab and go. Most bags open at the top to give you access to the discs. Although some sets of discs include a carrying bag, you may still want to find a separate bag if your collection is expanding.

Also, with so many golf discs to choose from, it can be difficult to build your own collection, especially for beginners. The number of discs you carry in your bag will depend on your skill level and the type of discs you need.

If you are a beginner, you may not need to carry a lot of discs. Carrying midranges will help you to gain the right distance and improve control. It is highly advisable to start with a neutral or straight flying disc.

Also, it is not recommended for beginners to carry distance or fairway drivers until you are ready to throw long drives. However, if you still want to bring along some drivers, makes sure that they are lightweight as this will give you longer drives and yield better results.

Something else that you need to keep in mind when deciding what to put in your bag is the type of course. For instance, if you intend to play at a heavily wooded course, escape or upshot discs would be great.

On the other hand, you may want to carry more drivers if you intend to play in a course that is less wooded. If you throw a lot of touch shots than powerful shots, then you may need to carry a lot of putters and mids.

It is important to keep in mind your playing level when selecting discs bags as this will also impact how many discs to carry. For instance, if you are playing recreationally or are a beginner, the starter bag would be ideal.

Experienced players that play more often may want to consider a standard bag that is more durable and offer more storage space. More pockets and storage space will also allow you to store other essential items like a water bottle, towel, umbrella, and mini for marking your lies.

What are the Different Types of Discs to Store?

To improve your game in a course, you first need to familiarize yourself with the different types of golf discs. The most common type of discs includes:


Drivers are basically the flattest type of disc by profile and are used mostly for distance and speed. There are two types of drivers: fairway drivers and distance drivers. Distance drivers are faster because of their wider rims while fairway drivers have a narrower rim and this makes them a bit slower.

Fairway drivers are recommended for beginners that want more improved control in less distance. On the other hand, distance drivers have the longest flights and are a more popular choice for experienced players.


Mid-range discs are mostly used for approach shots, where they are thrown from 50 to 100 meters from the target. Other than approaching the basket, mid-range discs can also be used to make drives on shorter holes. They have a wider rim and flatter profile than putters. This makes them a bit difficult to control. Mid-range discs are best suited for beginners.


Putters are suitable for making very short approaches because they accurately travel a short distance. These discs have a round and high profile and this makes them fly in a very straight line. They are usually thrown 50 meters from the target and they drop very quickly. Putters are dependable and very predictable.


Knowing how to properly store your disc golf discs will enable you to maintain your collection for a long time. It prevents your discs from flying around everywhere and this can prolong their life. Above are some excellent options that you can explore. Make sure that you understand the advantages and disadvantages of each storage option to find the most suitable for your needs.