Kotare

High Speed Driver

Kotare

US$13.77US$21.91 excl GST


RPM has strengthened its range of drivers with the Kotare an overstable high speed driver. The ‘Kotare’ {Ko-tar-ray} will provide you with a predictable flight no matter what the conditions.

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Kotare Professional Review & Information

THE KOTARE AS A HIGH SPEED DRIVER

RPM has strengthened its range of drivers with the Kotare, an overstable high speed driver. The ‘Kotare’ {Ko-tar-ray} will provide you with a predictable flight no matter what the conditions. High power drives will glide but not turn and have a long slow fade, anhysers will give a nice full flight S curve. The Kotare makes an excellent flick disc with a slightly deeper rim than the Kahu and is PDGA credited to 176g making it a great choice for head wind drives. Check the videos above to see RPM staff review and test throw the Kotare.

 

    • Model #: DGD3
    • PDGA Approved: Yes
    • Diameter: 212mm
    • Weight: 155-176g
    • Speed: 12
    • Glide: 5
    • Turn: 0
    • Fade: 3
    • Plastic types: Strata / Cosmic / Atomic / Glow

THE KOTARE – KINGFISHER

Kotare is the Māori name for the Kingfisher, a small bird with a green-blue back, buff to yellow undersides and a large black bill. Rather than nesting in tree tops like many other birds, the Kotare uses their dagger-like beaks to tunnel into soft tree trunks or clay banks to build nests. Kotare are found throughout the country in both coastal and inland freshwater habitats.

They live in a wide range of habitats, including forest, river margins, farmland, lakes, estuaries and rocky coastlines.

Their diet in estuarine mudflats is mainly small crabs, with a range of tadpoles, freshwater crayfish and small fish in freshwater habitats. In open country they eat insects, spiders, lizards, mice and small birds.

At Bella Rakha Retreat Center in New Zealand (private disc golf course), Kotare are often spotted perching utop the disc golf baskets.

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