RPM

RPM discs are extremely popular in New Zealand, its hailing country.

All of their discs are named after various types of New Zealand birds, including everything from the Ruru to the Pekapeka, and each has its own unique stamp that depict its named bird.


RPM only had four disc golf molds before 2015, all of which were PDGA approved in either 2006 or 2007. After this roughly 8 year break, RPM began continuously putting out new molds, culminating in 9 PDGA approvals between 2015 and 2021.

They have two baseline plastics, Strata and Magma, that each come in varying softness grades. They also have two premium plastics, Cosmic and Atomic. They occasionally put out special swirly editions of their discs, and their glow plastic ranks fairly highly compared other glow disc manufacturers in terms of brightness and longevity in glow.

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