Magma Putter Pack (10)

Tākapu, Ruru, or Tui

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Showcasing the different plastics the Kahu is available in

Magma Putter Pack of 10

Tākapu, Ruru, or Tui

Putter pack. Improve your putting stroke with a stack of the same mould of either our Tui, Ruru or Tākapu. Too often players only have 1 or 2 of their chosen putter and can’t get into a solid routine when practicing putting.  Help your consistency and circle one makes with a stack of 5 or 10.

Magma Putter Pack of 10

Tākapu, Ruru, or Tui

Putter pack. Improve your putting stroke with a stack of the same mould of either our Tui, Ruru or Tākapu. Too often players only have 1 or 2 of their chosen putter and can’t get into a solid routine when practicing putting.  Help your consistency and circle one makes with a stack of 5 or 10.

Showcasing the different plastics the Kahu is available in

About the Ruru

Ruru Professional Review & Information

THE RURU AS A PUTT & APPROACH

The Ruru is RPM’s dedicated putter and named after a NZ native owl. The flight is slow and consistent, stable with a very small late fade. The Ruru has a small bead and a deep rim and comes in 4 different plastic types and with many effects. It is PDGA approved to 174.3g

    • Model #: PA2
    • PDGA Approved: Yes
    • Diameter: 210mm
    • Weight: 155-175g
    • Speed: 2
    • Glide: 3
    • Turn: 0
    • Fade: 1

THE RURU – THE NEW ZEALAND MOREPORK

The Morepork, also called the Ruru, is a small brown owl found in New ZealandNorfolk Island and formerly Lord Howe Island. The bird has almost 20 alternative common names, including mopoke and boobook—many of these names are onomatopoeic, as they emulate the bird’s distinctive two-pitched call. Three subspecies of the morepork are recognized, one of which is extinct and another that exists only as a hybrid population. It has dark brown plumage with prominent pale spots, and golden-yellow eyes. It is generally nocturnal, though sometimes active at dawn and dusk, retiring to roost in secluded spots in the foliage of trees. The morepork feeds on insects and small vertebrates, hunting by pouncing on them from tree perches. *info sourced from Wikipedia

About the Tākapu

Tākapu Professional Review & Information

THE TĀKAPU AS A PUTT & APPROACH

The RPM Tākapu is molded in 5 standard plastic types and with many colours and effects. It is PDGA approved to 176g. The Tākapu has a slow and very stable flight with a gentle late fade. The bead-less rim and rounded nose fits perfectly into your hand and helps eliminate wobble. When thrown with high power they will hold their line like a laser beam. The Magma and Strata varieties feel silky and grippy and Magma comes in 3 grades of stiffness. With a similar depth to the Ruru, they make great putters. Watch the videos above to see our disc expert, Jackson Sullivan, review the Tākapu.

    • Model #: PA3
    • PDGA Approved: Yes
    • Diameter: 212mm
    • Weight: 150-176g
    • Speed: 2
    • Glide: 3
    • Turn: 0
    • Fade: 2

THE TĀKAPU – THE AUSTRALASIAN GANNET

The Tākapu, or Gannet in English, is a stable putt and approach disc in the RPM range. In the wild, the tākapa has bold colours, rakish lines, and a wing span of almost two metres. Gannets are not only among the most elegant of birds but are also masters of the wind and attack their prey with the upmost precision.

These birds are plunge divers and spectacular fishers, plunging into the ocean at high speed. They eat mainly squid and forage fish that school near the surface. The species faces few natural or man-made threats, and since its population is growing it is considered to be a least-concern species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

About the Tui

Tui Professional Review & Information

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