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.
RPM Discs has been molding discs in New Zealand for over 20 years, but have only recently started promoting their product to other countries. Their newest putter, the Ruru, might be the best putter you haven’t heard of yet.
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!
In this corner, out of Wixom, MI and presented by Discraft, we have the Challenger! Hide the chains and cover the basket, this putter is popular with the pros and boasts several World Championships.
The Gateway Voodoo is among several great putter options molded by Gateway Disc Sports, often referred to as the putter company. We’re sure it would have been the putter of choice for a certain iconic rock star.
Over the past 13 years I’ve changed putters only once. Now with Kastaplast’s release of the Reko putter I’m changing for just the second time. That’s how solid of a putter the Kastaplast Reko is.