RPM Discs Tui Review

RPM Discs Tui Review

The RMP Discs Tui  has a flight that resembles its stamp; intricate, beautiful and precise.  RPM discs has been manufacturing discs for many years but has only recently begun selling them mainstream.  The Tui is their first putter and fills many needs on the disc golf course.
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Element Discs Uranium Review

Element Discs Uranium Review

The Element Discs Uranium is a short mid-range driver with a ton of bite.  This overstable approach disc is consistent and powerful and makes for an excellent short game staple.  And don’t overlook the Terra blend plastic which has great grip but is more durable than most base plastics.
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Element Discs Plutonium Review

Element Discs Plutonium Review

The Element Discs’ Plutonium is the second putter released in their line and is the more conventional of the two.  This stable putter loves a straight flight and should bode well for any putting style and any level of disc golf experience.  Element Discs recently sent us a Plutonium to review and I was quite impressed!
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Axiom Discs Envy

Axiom Discs Envy

Axiom Disc’s first putter is the Envy.  The MVP Disc Sports companion brand is meant to provide more aesthetic product with the same signature overmold technology. A shiny paint job, custom colored rims, smooth and modern feel, and that wonderful new smell – like a fancy new car this disc is ready to make your friends green with Envy.
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Obsidian Discs Splinter Review

Obsidian Discs Splinter Review

Obsidian discs sent us a G5 Splinter to review about a month ago.  This review took longer than most not only because it’s such a unique disc, but also because we had to wait for a few wet and windy days for testing!  The Splinter was developed especially for nasty conditions and we definitely put it to the test.
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