We have had batch numbers recorded on majority of our disc molds for some time. Coming soon we will be implementing a Batch Information and Review section to the website. Here, Jacko will review the discs from each new batch, what its properties are, how it feels, footage of how it flies, and his recommendations on when to use it. This way, you can make a more informed decision of what disc you want to purchase to improve your game.
We hope you are as excited as we are for this. Keep an eye out.
Ever wanted the entire RPM flock printed in rainbow on the back of a hoodie? Well that dream is now a reality, since now all the RPM Disc Maori bird designs are available on the RPM gear website (plus the Pekapeka!) The designs look stunning and can be coloured, positioned and scaled to fit your style!
Parliament Player, Michele Simpson, reports her three reasons as to why she loves the RPM Disc Golf Bag, Tahi Iti.
Vortica and RPM go way back. We’ve been involved with RPM since our inception, and we’ve used their discs since Chris started playing in 1989! Today’s blog post is a catch-up with our old mate, Simon Feasey.
This article is to clarify confusion that some people may have about our Piwakawaka (MR1) (previously under the name Arcturus), and also the Kiwi (DGD1) (previously under the name Raptor & Taniwha) not being PDGA approved.