Disc Art

Sublime Flight offers custom dyed golf discs.

Custom Dyed Golf Disc Prices:
$45 new disc from SF with dye
$40 used disc from SF with dye
$30 if you provide disc
$25 if you provide disc without stamp

Dye Price breakdown:
$5 vinyl cut
$5 weeding and masking
$5 stamp removal
$10 dye disc (one color)
$5 vinyl application plus vinyl and adhesive residue removal
Total dye cost= $30
Each additional color add $10
We only dye the following plastics:
Innova: Champion, Star, GStar
Discraft: Z, ESP, Ti, FLX
Prodigy: 400, 400G, 750
MVP: Any
Dynamic: Lucid, Fusion
Latitude 64: Gold, Opto
Westside: Tournament, VIP
Discmania: S-Line, C-Line
Gateway: Evolution
Millennium: Quantum, Sirius
There is no cost for artwork as long as you provide your own vector artwork.
If we have to convert your art to vector it is a one time $10 fee.
We do not dye copyrighted images.
If you provide a disc to be stamped and it is misprinted, Sublime Flight will replace your disc with a disc of the same plastic and mold. We are not responsible for replacing collectors discs.

Different Types of Disc Art:
There are a number of different ways that artwork can be applied to a golf disc. The most popular are: hot stamping, dying, permanent marker and full color digital print.

PDGA rules specify that there is to be no detectable thickness on the surface of a golf disc. So, you are not permitted to participate in a PDGA event with a disc that has stickers or thick paint.

Hot Stamping:


This is the most popular way that disc manufactures apply designs to the surfaces of their discs. While this process is extremely fast, there are a fair number of misprints associated with this process.

Pros: Fast, cost effective, top or bottom application, extreme detail

Cons: Misprints, unable to cover large solid areas in designs, does not extend to the edges of the disc, not the most durable and can rub off over time.

Disc Dyes (Rit Dye):

SF Disc

This process involves heating dye on a stove and using cut vinyl to mask areas of the disc to create a design on the surface.

Pros: Permeant, design can cover the entire discs surface,

Cons: Blurs over time, soaks through to the backside of disc, dye can discolor other discs if soaked in hot water

Hand Drawn (Permanent Marker):



Sharpie Markers work best on (Innova) Pro plastic. This medium duribility plastic soaks in the ink and will not rub off as easily as other plastics.

Digital Print
Pros: Full-color photo-realistic prints on star and champion plastic.
Innova calls it Inncolor. Discraft calls it Super Color and Dynamic Discs calls it Dyemax.