Disc Golf Unchained is the most realistic disc golf video game on any platform! This game was made with real disc golfers in mind, but it's also a great introduction for those new to the sport. Test your skills on multiple courses in unique environments, and marvel at the beauty of disc flight over beautiful landscapes. With 6 different biomes available at download, any player should be able to find a course that looks like home!

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Local Route Labs has spent years developing a true-to-life disc golf flight system, and Disc Golf Unchained takes full advantage of time well spent. The flight engine is what truly separates Disc Golf Unchained from other disc golf games, and the realistic flight behavior is what the entire game is built around. Disc Golf Unchained lets you throw through open landscapes and tight fairways, and the discs fly and negotiate obstructions just as they do in real life!

Not only can you play a quick round, you can also build your skills and earn experience to unlock new content, including discs and courses. The player progression system allows you to create a profile and improve your attributes as you make your way through the game, until you are the master of any hole you come across? Don't have time to play a whole round? Choose Quick Play for a fast and fun disc golf experience, while still adding to your pool of experience and resources.

As you play through Disc Golf Unchained, you will earn experience and be able to pick up new discs. Every disc in the game is modeled from a real disc golf disc, and flight paths can vary wildly from disc to disc. Play with a variety of flight styles with variations in weight, speed, glide, and stability. Choose your favorites and build your bag from the bottom up. How many discs you can collect?

Disc Golf Unchained was developed by people who actually play disc golf, and we have put our decades of disc golf experience into every aspect of the game. We want the game to be as engaging and entertaining for the hardcore disc golfer as possible, while keeping it accessible to the new player. Disc golf is one of our major pastimes, and we want as many people as possible to get in on the fun!

Finally, Disc Golf Unchained is an ongoing effort, and we will continue to work to make the game the best it can be. Keep an eye out for new updates, which will continually add new features/enhancements and the ability to get fresh new content, including courses and discs. If you know of something you think should be in the game, get in touch with us, and will do our best to make it happen. We want Disc Golf Unchained to be the most satisfying disc golf experience out there aside from being on the actual course.

What’s New

Version 2.1.1

- Added Rainforest Biome and Course (Drake's Run).
- Better fairway processing. Enabled on Wooded Hills, Swampland and Rainforest.
- New Wooded Hills skybox.
- Bug Fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
125 Ratings

125 Ratings

kyle956 ,

Fun game for what it is

The game is decent. The maps are randomly generated so there is always variation. However, there is only a few different biomes, and every hole is Par 3. You earn money and experience based on how well you score on each hole. You can unlock and buy new discs , and the discs have durability which will break after many throws. You can also upgrade your skills: power, accuracy, putting. The throwing and aiming system works well and makes the game challenging. Throwing angles and disc flight is fairly realistic. Sometimes the hit-boxes on trees are funky, and you will hit the tree even though the disc clearly missed. Other times you will shoot near the pin and miss, but the game will miraculously count the shot as going in. Overall the game is made well. There's not many games for disc golf, and most of them are awful. This game was developed for actual disc golfers. There's no story or reason to be competitive. You just play to have fun, and earn money+xp for new discs.

chasetherooster ,

Something happened...

I downloaded this game about six weeks ago and have been playing it regularly, paid to remove ads and have really been enjoying it. There was an update about two weeks ago, and ever since then the mechanics of the game have been super glitchy. The disc bounces off tree limbs that aren't even there, the power and putting slider controls are whack now, much harder to control. It's also not clear to me what the "accuracy" and "putting" attributes relate to. What changes about the game mechanics as you invest in the stat? I really enjoyed this game at the start, but I'm going to give it a little break and see if some of the glitches can get worked out. This is a great platform for what could be an excellent game, and ton of people are getting into disc golf every day, so the developers could have a gold mine on their hands. Just have to iron out some issues. Good luck, guys. Thanks.

JimJohnMarks ,

We are getting there

At least this one offers the option to play left handed, although there is a bug and it constantly defaults back to right handed, sometimes in the middle of a round.

Not enough types of discs (no high speed understable drivers). Classic burn out disc golfer “all par three” mind set basically eliminates fairway drivers and midrange discs from the game and makes the holes largely interchangeable other than throwing around trees. The distances are all wrong. If you throw a 13 speed driver perfectly, even as a very mediocre player, it is going to go more than 300 feet.

But at least the flights are correct and the physics is pretty good (although I have been counted as sinking a putt which hit the cage from under or only hit the pole).


Local Route Labs, LLC
189.1 MB

Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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  1. Remove Third Party Ads $1.99
  2. In Game Currency Bronze Level $0.99
  3. In Game Currency Silver Level $1.99


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