The most complete, comprehensive, and easy-to-use disc golf flight chart available!

About inbounds Disc Golf

Established in early 2012, inbounds Disc Golf was founded with the goal of expanding the sport by providing disc golf resources to players. Additionally, at inbounds Disc Golf we are dedicated to growing the disc golf community and we accomplish our goals through a variety of services, including:

  • inFlight Guide – Our flagship product, the inFlight Guide, is the most comprehensive and easy-to-use graphic universal flight chart available! The inFlight Guide uses our flight rating system, the “Relative Stability Scale” to display flight characteristics relative to the expected minimum and maximum range of values for all discs as a percentage. This flight ratings scale is the easiest to understand and is very simple for players both new and old to apply to the discs in their bag and to aid in disc purchasing decisions. We believe that the exploding population of new and amateur players will find this guide to be the most beneficial disc resource available.
  • Tournament Listings – By providing free tournament calendars and listings for events in the SE PA area (including Lehigh Valley, Bucks County, and tri-state region), inbounds Disc Golf puts all the local tournaments in a central location. This gives the players in this region the ability to locate nearby events that will fit into their schedule and helps local TDs schedule their events without worrying about overlapping with other local events.
  • Unique Tournaments – With a large number of high-quality, traditional (e.g. sanctioned PDGA and doubles) tournaments offered in the SE PA region annually, inbounds Disc Golf tournaments are designed to compliment (not compete with) these competitions by offering only a few, special format tournaments throughout the year. These events range from the annual “Once Around the Mountain” one & done, to club fundraiser tournaments, to seeded doubles events. All the proceeds from inbounds Disc Golf tournaments go back to the players in the form of player payouts/prizes or as a donation to a charity/worthy cause in the case of fundraiser tournaments.

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