The Discmania P3 is a fast Disc Golf Putter which some people even consider a Mid-Range, but let's be real, it's a hybrid! This disc is a stable putter and with a Fade of 3, you can always rely on. It’s quite fast for a putter so you can put excessive force into your throws without worrying about the disc flipping. The P3 has been a fan favorite for players that love fade at the end of their flight.

Speed: 3   |   Glide: 2   |   Turn: 0   |   Fade: 3   |   PDGA Approved

Discmania P3

Why should I have the Discmania P3 in my Disc Golf Backpack? One of the best approach discs you can find if you like throwing hyzer drives. This disc will provide the perfect void if you cannot find a mid-range disc that suits you. It’s the ability to have low speed and glide, but provide the consistent fade at the end of the flight is what many look for.

Once you pick-up the P3 you will immediately realize why everyone thinks of it as a mid-range. We would not recommend using it as a putter as it just does not have optimal performance. It’s 100% an approach disc that is overstable. If you are doing any type of long-range putting, this is where the disc starts to shine. It’s overstable flight characteristics allows you to putt in the wind better than most.

Plastics Available For The Discmania P3

While it’s named a putter and acts as a mid-range, the disc hasn’t flown off the shelf as it does outside. Not that it’s a bad disc; it just doesn’t appeal to a wide audience of Disc Golfers playing the game. This being said, currently it’s only being manufactured in 2 different plastics and since the disc was released back in 2013, the only new molds we see coming about would be special edition molds.

D Line - $7.99
C Line - $13.99


Diameter: 21.2 cm
Height: 2.0 cm
Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
Rim Width: 1.0 cm

Which Plastic Is Best For The Discmania P3

Well, we got a lot of different plastics to choose from for this disc! Maybe not…just two, but do you see the two different molds Discmania offers? I hope it’s not a surprise they have it only in D Line and C Line. We would recommend the C Line just for the fact that when you pull this disc out of your bag, it should be for an upshot in windy conditions. Normally C Line plastic excels in the wind as it’s stiffer than other types of plastic.

While D Line is a fairly stiff plastic as well, it just won’t perform as good. Both are great options and honestly, it depends on how much you want to spend as the price difference is almost double for the better plastic. This disc is truly in-between a mid-range and putter that can be considered a utility disc.