Disc Golf Cards Taking Flight – Beckett Pricing Insider


One of the great things about working in the card industry is the amount of eclectic and oddball products you stumble upon. Rodeo, skateboarding, handball, turkey bowling, and curling have all been represented throughout the years. However, one of the latest sports to get the card treatment involves a new spin on an old classic.

Disc golf is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. For over 40 years, it has had a devoted following and has produced its own legends, such as Ken Climo (the Jack Nicklaus of Disc Golf).

2014 Leaf Q Ken Climo Pure Autograph

In 2019, the Disc Golf Pro Tour will hold ten tournaments for prize money totaling $500,000. Many of the sports best athletes will be competing, such as Paul McBeth and Paige Pierce.

Disc golf is no stranger to the card world, though. In the early to mid ’90s, there were multiple sets devoted to the sport:

Disc golfers have also been recognized in more recent years by some of the card industry’s top companies, such as Leaf and Topps. These include Climo, disc golf’s all-time tour winner with 12 championships, and Paul McBeth, the current #1 disc golfer in the world.

2016 Topps Allen and Ginter Paul McBeth

Now, the DGPT is making its own trading cards. Having already produced sets in 2016 and 2017, DGPT recently released its 2019 edition. It contains 65 base cards along with with several inserts like Awards, Champions, TV, and Venues.


Matt Bible

Matt Bible is the Beckett non-sport analyst and also covers wrestling, MMA, and action figures. A graduate of THE Ohio State University, Matt joined Beckett in 2014. He collects the Rookie Cards of all Ohio State alumni, the Columbus Blue Jackets, and any and all Funko products that complement his taste in pop culture. For any questions or comments, you can email Matt and find him on Instagram.

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  1. Joseph 22 December, 2018 at 13:53

    I love disc golf, but I had no idea that there were card sets produced for the professionals of the sport. Neat stuff.

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