The Best Disc Golf Apps In 2023

What are the best disc golf apps in 2023 and do they really help? There are a number of disc golf apps both on Android and iOS. While some of them are designed to help you navigate the game, others are there as an online substitute for the game itself.

How Can Disc Golf Apps Help You?

Disc golf apps can help in a variety of ways, such as;

  • Providing course information: such as maps, hole layouts, and ratings. This information can be useful for players who are new to a course as well as for those who are looking to improve their game.
  • Scorekeeping: The apps keep track of your scores and compare them to other players’ scores. This can be helpful for tracking progress and identifying areas for improvement.
  • Shot tracking: Tracking the distance and accuracy of your throws, identifying the patterns in the game, and making adjustments accordingly.

Let’s have a look at the best disc golf apps in 2023.


UDisc is hands-down the most popular disc golf app of our time. It has revolutionized the disc golf game by providing exclusive services, and game information. Most of the biggest disc golf events such as Disc Golf Pro Tour (USA), United States Disc Golf Championship, and World Championships all use UDisc for scorekeeping. It has an entirely separate website dedicated to LIVE disc golf; you can check it out here.

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Here are some salient features of the UDisc disc golf app.

  • It provides detailed course information, including maps, hole layouts, and statistics.
  • It also allows users to track their scores, compare their progress with others, and create custom scorecards.
  • UDisc comes in a basic free version, as well as, offers a premium paid version at $4.99/year with advanced features such as GPS distance tracking and scorecard sharing. The premium version also measures your throws by adding your discs to the app, you’re able to easily evaluate which ones are going the farthest during your fieldwork.

Disc Golf Course Review:

Disc Golf Course Review or DGCR is one of the popular disc golf apps. Unlike UDisc, this app does not have any free-of-cost version, however, for a one-time cost of $3.99 you can get to dig into the information available on the app.

DGCR offers you the following feature.  

  • It can help you find nearby disc golf courses, read reviews and ratings from other players, and get directions to the course. It also includes a course map and a scorecard feature.

Disc Golf Metrix

Disc Golf Metrix is used for scorekeeping, and organizing events such as weeklies and is widely used in Europe. It is extremely popular amongst Finnish, Norwegian, and Estonian players; all of the disc golf players use it in most big tournaments, weeklies, and practice round scorekeeping sessions.

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The fundamental features of Disc Golf Matrix are listed below.

  • Disc Golf Metrix has its own rating system.
  • The Matrix rating system tracks a player’s performance development over the course of time. For instance, in the PDGA disc golf app, as a player, you are rated in comparison with other players. Whereas, in a Metrix rating system your recent score is compared with your past performance. Hence, you analyze your own performance and see your game progress in the 16 most recent events.
  • The Metrix rating for a player is by taking the average rating of your last 16 games (for an 18-course). If the player has played in a competition with less than 18 baskets, the app takes as many competitions as needed so that the number of baskets multiplied by the number of competitions exceeds 288 baskets (i.e., 16*18 = 288).

Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) Live App:

This is the official app of the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA). It provides information on PDGA-sanctioned tournaments, ratings, and news. It also includes a course directory, a scorecard feature, and a tool for tracking player statistics.

Here are some of the features of the PDGA Live App.

  • The PDGA Live app allows scorekeeping for PDGA events, includes current event results in real-time, and contains interactive and searchable Official Rules of Disc Golf and Competition Manual.
  • It offers multiple scorekeepers, multilingual support, and live results for PDGA tournaments and leagues.
  • Teams are grouped together in the Scorecard.

Disc Caddy

Disc Caddy app is a comprehensive tool for disc golfers that includes course maps, scorecards, and shot tracking. It also offers weather updates and a built-in voice assistant to help you navigate the course.

Infinite Disc Golf:

Infinite Disc Golf is another free app that is considered to be one of the top disc golf apps. The app can be used to access a digital scorecard, and view course info. The app is soon expected to be upgraded to record players’ scores as the game progresses. The app allows you to treat recreational rounds like tournament play; your round ratings are immediately available on the app as soon as you submit your score.

Here is a look at the features of the Infinite Disc Golf app.

  • You can view your birdies, bogeys, and penalty strokes.
  • The app allows you to track and find disc golf courses located in your vicinity. It comes with GPS directions, as you play the course you will be able to see details of every individual hole including par, average score, personal average, out-of-bounds, and water hazards.
  • While using the course locater you can add specific reminder notes for future reference.
  • You can play and record your round scores, while keeping the score you can also track putting and penalty statistics. This data can help you diagnose what you do well and where you need improvement.
  • The app automatically integrates with Infinite Courses and your Infinite Profile, and gives you details of your individual round and all-time personal statistics such as past round scores, number of courses played, number of rounds played, number of holes played, eagle and birdie percentages, aces, round ratings, bogey, par, and double bogey percentages, past round scores, putting percentages and green hit percentages.

Perfect Putt 360

Perfect Putt 360 is specially designed to improve your putting game; it is fun and efficient. The ultimate goal of the game is to achieve a perfect score of 360. You need to make 50 putts in a row at five different distances. The putting game will start at 10 feet from the basket, once you have made 10 putts you will move 5 feet back.  The furthest distance putt you’ll practice is 30 feet away from the basket.

Perfect Putt 360 gives you the best structure and format for improving your putting skills; you can look back at previous scores and see which distance needs the most work and see the improvements that you’ve made in your putting game.

The Perfect Putt360 can be downloaded on both the App Store and Google Play.

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How to play Perfect Putt 360?

  • Measure 5 different distances from the basket, 10 feet, 15′, 20′, 25′ and 30 feet;
  • Throw 10 putts from each distance marked;
  • Each putt made is worth one point, each putt made at the longest distance doubles the points;
  • There are bonus points for First in, Last in, and All Made.

Other features of the app are listed below.

  • Track your putting improvement scores
  • Share scores with friends
  • Save images of your best scores
  • View your past history of attempts
  • Paid App – There is no free version of this app

JYLY Putting Game

Jyly putting game is one of the best, most fun, and the easiest way to practice your putting. Invented by Markum Lindqvist, the game is easy to set up and fun to play. You only need a disc golf basket, a few markers, and voila! The markers or items are placed at a certain distance from each other and are used as parameters to measure the distance. Jyly putting game can be played both outdoors & indoors, as well as, with friends or solo.

Here is how you can play Jyly putting game.

jyly disc golfing game app

1. Place your markers

Place the markers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 meters away from the basket. An alternative distance unit is U.S metric system; i.e., 16.4 feet, 19.7′, 23′, 26.4′, 29.5′ and 32.8′ accordingly.

2. Keep 5 putters handy

Ideally, you need to keep five putters ready, however, if you don’t have 5 putters, you can use one putter but in that case, you will have to go back and forth a few extra times and collect it to throw it again.

3. Start the Game

Start the Jyly putting game application or open it via a web browser –, add players, and start the game. The application shows you the distance from where to throw and whose turn it is. Then just type in the scores and putt for 20 rounds (100 putts per game).

My Disc Bag

This awesome app is a tool that helps you keep track of your discs. With the My Disc Bag app, you can work out what kind of disc could be a good addition to your bag by adding new discs to your collection and editing the flight rating, flight paths, and other characteristics. Almost every pro disc golfer has 15 different discs in his/her bag; three different kinds of putters (understable, stable, and overstable), midranges, fair drivers, control drivers, and distance drivers. Now is the time for you to start building your own collection of discs with the help of My Disc Bag.

Some Other Great Disc Golf Apps

In addition to the above-mentioned apps, here is an overview of some great apps that will provide you with some additional information on the game.

Joe’s Universal Flight Chart:

Joe’s Universal Flight Chart, as indicated by the name, is a complete directory on the Disc flight rating system. This free app allows you to search specific molds, and types of discs by range, high-speed stability, low-speed stability, and power requirement. It also provides information on the plastic type of each mold. Although sometimes it is a bit tricky to use the app, once you get the hang of it, the app makes it easier to understand and evaluate flight ratings of the discs.

Disc Golf GPS Course Directory:

using Disc Golf GPS Course Directory

Disc Golf GPS Course Directory is a combination of a few basic and most common features and some pretty awesome ones. The app is free and allows you to keep score, search for courses, and measure the distance of your throws, some of the features that are available in other apps too.  What makes it different is that it comes with a rangefinder. The rangefinder helps you to stay within bounds and navigate a confusing course layout. In addition to that, there’s an online build-your-own course feature. If you are at home and want to play disc golf, play around with the feature that allows you to create your own course!


This app offers you a more detailed layout of the weather. While most of us already have the weather app preinstalled on our mobile devices, sometimes it just doesn’t give enough data, or when it does, the data is generic. Weatherzone is a free program that provides detailed information like wind speed, live radar, humidity, and the chance of rain statistics, allowing you to arrive at the course prepared.

Disc Golf Valley

This highest-rated disc golf game is arguably the most popular disc golf game both on Google Play Store as well as on the App Store. This is the best way to learn how disc golf is played. Disc Golf Valley has 16, 9-hole disc golf courses including the front and back nine of Emporia Country Club, a virtual replica of a professional tour disc golf course. In addition to that, the app offers different modes of the game so that you can gain experience on different courses. As a new player, we recommend you start in the “Challenge the Valley” course; it is the easiest and once you have scored it the game will progress and move on to the more challenging courses.

Now we do not propagate that an online game could be a substitute for the real-life thrill of disc golf, however, it doesn’t hurt to have the option of playing your favorite game online.

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