Focus Friday – RPM Piwakawaka

One more week and Black Friday will be upon us. Launching some sweet stamps, some new releases and some sales. However, today is about Focus Friday, we’ll give you all a discount code to give you 20% off all Piwakawakas by RPM.

The Piwakawaka is a stable, straight flying midrange. With the amount of glide that comes with it, you’ll be surprised by how long it’ll float through the air. This is quite the versatile midrange; you can throw it on an anhyzer line, hyzer line, or throw a hyzer flip. Use the promo code FocusPiwakawaka to get 20% off. Now is a great time to buy yourself a Piwakawaka. Why do you like the Piwakawaka?

Head on over to infinitediscs.com/RPM-Discs-Piwakawaka to select your Aztec. Once everything you want is in your cart, you can apply the discount code FOCUSPIWAKAWAKA and get 20% off all Piwakawakas in your cart.

Note: After placing your discs in the shopping cart and before checking out, click on the “Discount Code” box under the shopping cart and enter that code. Then proceed to checkout.

Moonshine Vandal Release

The Vandal will release in Moonshine plastic tomorrow.

The Vandal flies like a longer Maverick, so it’s extremely versatile. Newer players will love the straighter lines they can throw, and players with more arm speed will enjoy it for easy turnovers or rollers. The Vandal is built to carve up any course with dependable turn and sneaky speed. Making this a great disc to have for your night rounds. Get yours by clicking on this link, available now for $16.99.

Focus Friday

Happy Friday. . . the 13th. Luckily for us all, we are still doing a Focus Friday. Sticking to the science side of things rather than the superstitious side. This weekend, you can get 10% off all MVP Photons by using the provided discount code.

The Photon is an overstable distance driver. You will want this disc if you’re in search of an 11 speed, overstable driver. In a headwind, you can through it with confidence, as it will fly as you intended it to fly. If you’ve got a slower arm, you can trust this disc to be a good manageable utility driver. If you’ve got a fast arm, you’ll be able to throw this disc and watch it as it flies on that beloved s-curve line. The Photon can be used for some solid flex shots as well. This weekend is an excellent time to pick up a Photon to try or to stock up, simply use the code FOCUSPHOTON to get 10% off all Photons.

Leave a comment below whether you like to backhand this or forehand it?

You can select your disc by clicking here. Simply add as many Photons to your shopping cart as you want, then BEFORE you click to checkout, look below the shopping cart. Right below the shopping cart is a box for Discount Codes. Click there and paste the code, FOCUSPHOTON, into the box. Then proceed to checkout and you’ll get the discount.

Here is a screenshot to help you out, though it doesn’t necessarily show a Photon in the cart – it’s just a generic visual to help you find the discount code box:

We hope that you love throwing the Photon. If you’ve thrown the disc, feel free to share what you think of this new midrange. Thanks!

STAY TUNED for our next Focus Friday for another chance to try a featured disc at a nice discounted price!

Huge Prodigy Release

Prodigy will release some new bags and a new distance driver tomorrow, November 12. There is the D4 Max, the BP-2 V3, the BP-3 V3, and the Putter Pocket. With this release there are new colors for the practice bag and the BP-1 V3 as well. These will all be available on our website.

D4 Max

The D4 Max is a modified edition of the D4. It is an understable driver designed to get maximum distance. Especially appealing to those with lower arm speeds with its natural tendency to turn at high speeds and provide a good S curve flight. Those with more power will find it a great option for long turnovers and rollers.

BP-2 V3  $65.99

The Prodigy Disc’s BP-2 V3 comes in new color to go along with its excellent features. The tear and water resistant Nylon Ripstop Fabric keeps the bag lightweight and long lasting, while the improved zippers are equipped with better pulls and are waterproofed and taped for added resistance to the elements.

The BP-2 V3 has an excellent amount of space for a mid-sized bag, holding approximately 28 discs while offering large side pockets. You’ll also find improved insulated bottle holders to better keep the temperature of your drink. Prodigy has also increased padding on the back and shoulder straps for more comfort. With the umbrella holder, this bag tops it off to ensure you can carry everything you need for all conditions with ease.

BP-3 V3  $37.99

The Prodigy Disc’s BP-3 V3 comes in a Nylon Ripstop Fabric, making it scratch, tear, and water resistant, while the taped zipper seams and waterproof bottom panel remain for extra protection. The material is now more durable and still lightweight.

Prodigy has added a front putter pocket to allow easier access to your main putters and free up the top pocket for additional discs or other necessities. There is also a carabiner clip to clip a towel on. The BP-3 V3 holds up to 17 discs in its main compartment and additional discs can go in the deep top pocket. This also has an adjustable 32 oz bottle holder, and two side zipper pockets for valuables along with improved zipper pulls. This is a versatile bag for beginners or more avid, professional players looking for a smaller, more compact option at a great price.

Putter Pocket  $39.49

The Prodigy Disc’s Putter Pocket for carts is a great accessory for any disc golfer that prefers to use a cart. It gives players easy access to their putters, while also providing storage for pencils, scorecards, and other small valuables used during a round. It is easy to attach with a Velcro strap and works well with any disc golf cart. It also has a shoulder strap and can be carried as an additional accessory for storage or for putter-only rounds.

 

What excites you the most about this release?

 

Focus Friday Aztec

Happy weekend to us all! With the new weekend, comes a new Focus Friday. This time, we are going to focus on our own brand, specifically the Aztec. While we are focusing on this disc for the weekend, you can enjoy 20% off the Aztec with the discount code below.

This stable distance driver is available in a handful of plastics; I-Blend, G-Blend, and Swirly S-Blend. This is a straight flying driver, its 10 speed provides a surprising amount of distance and a good amount of accuracy. Due to the speed and the stability of this disc, it is a pretty manageable distance driver to throw. You could consider this to be a longer Exodus. This could easily be a go-to distance driver, as it will hold most lines you throw it on. What better time to restock or try out the Aztec. What do you like Aztec for?

Head on over to InfiniteDiscs.com/Infinite-Discs-Aztec to select your Aztec. Once everything you want is in your cart, you can apply the discount code FOCUSAZTEC and get 20% off all Aztecs in your cart.

Note: After placing your discs in the shopping cart and before checking out, click on the “Discount Code” box under the shopping cart and enter that code. Then proceed to checkout.

New Zuca Cart Accessory – Power Pocket Pouch

Power Pocket Pouch

The Power Pocket Pouch is a new addition to the disc golf cart accessories. This pouch is designed to make your go-to discs readily available along with some other course essentials.

It will hold 4-8 discs, your cellphone and/or wallet, a clipboard, pencils, and a mini. There are even Grommets so that you can hang towels from it. You attach this to the telescoping handle of your cart. There are two Velcro tabs that will attach the pouch to the pole, and an adjustable strap that will attach to the cart’s handle. This way the pouch remains in the same spot without sliding down the pole. This is available for purchase at InfiniteDiscs.com for $37.99.

This pouch works on a variety of different disc golf cart types or can even be attached to an ordinary backpack. View this video for the full details and functionality.

New Release – Launch Discs

Launch Disc Golf is now available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com. They are a UK based disc manufacturer that produces quality discs for the fast-growing disc golf market. There are two types of plastics available; Alpha and Omega. Alpha is the premium plastic, while the Omega is more of the putter type plastic. You can get the Cipher in Alpha, Code in Omega, and Lander in Omega. Read more about them below:

Cipher

The Cipher is the first driver release from Launch Disc Golf. It is a straight-to-overstable driver that can be used as a workhorse disc to traverse the fairway. It is comfortable to throw either backhand or forehand and it recommended for players at all experience levels, since it does not have an overly fast rim speed.

The alpha plastic is a little bit on the slicker side of plastic feel. This plastic has some bend to it, regardless, it still feels firm and durable. This disc is available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com/Launch-Disc-Golf-Cipher for $17.99

Code

The Code is an all-purpose mid-range disc. When thrown with power, it will reach a surprising distance. It has a slight turn when thrown with high speed, superb glide phase with a reliable fade finish.

The Omega plastic is on the tackier side of plastic feel. This plastic is stiffer than the Alpha plastic. This disc is available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com/Launch-Disc-Golf-Code for $12.49.

 

Lander

The Lander is an excellent debut putter from Launch Disc Golf. It has a flat top, a nicely rounded nose (rim) for comfort, and a smooth micro-bead for a little added stability. Categorized as a stable putter, having a straight flight path with a little fade at the end.

The Omega plastic is on the tackier side of plastic feel. This plastic is stiffer than the Alpha plastic. This disc is available for purchase on InfiniteDiscs.com/Launch-Disc-Golf-Lander for $12.49

Which of these discs would you want to try?

 

 

 

Introduction – Dallin Blanchard & His Signature Tomb

Dallin Blanchard is one of our top tier sponsored players, he doesn’t have the opportunity to tour as much as he would like, so many people aren’t aware of who he is. And with the recent release of his signature tomb, we thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce him through a little Q&A post. He is a phenomenal player, ranked 12th in the world, per the latest PDGA ranking update. He lives in Idaho, has a wife and four kids, and works full time. Without further ado, read more about Dallin, and give him some support by buying his signature Tomb which is now available on InfiniteDiscs.com.

 

How did you learn about disc golf?

My dad, brothers and I used to play “frisbee golf” while growing up. We would play with ultimate frisbees while on camping trips and in the backyard. We didn’t know there were actual baskets and that this was an actual sport so we would use trees and other obstacles as our targets. My oldest brother picked up disc golf while at PA school in Las Vegas. He told me about it and I was immediately hooked.

 

How long have you been playing disc golf?

I started playing disc golf in the spring of 2013 which makes it close to 8 years. I started playing casually while living in Washington DC and then got more serious when I moved back to Idaho in the summer of 2014. I played my first tournament in 2014 in the Intermediate division. In 2015, I decided I wanted to be a pro, so I played my first Open tournament and took 5th. Since then, I have only played in the Open division with the exception of the 2016 Memorial Championship where I played Advanced and tied for 5th place.

 

Within the disc golf world, who do you look up to?

Paul Mcbeth because he is the best and I want to be the best and beat the best. I still have a ways to go though… Garrett Gurthie because of his amazing skills with the disc and amazing attitude on and off the course. He is very easy to root for! I look up to several other players but these 2 guys stick out the most.

 

What’s your favorite Driver – why?

My favorite backhand long distance driver is the Star Destroyer. The Destroyers that are in my bag both give me max distance with a very consistent turn at the beginning of the flight and left fade at the end of the flight. My favorite forehand driver is the Infinite Discs Slab. I love that I can throw this disc as hard as I want and will always know that it will finish to the right for me. Both drivers are very consistent and have given me lots of birdies!

 

What’s the best aspect of disc golf? – ie) Long drives, hitting gaps, long putts, meeting people or something else?

While all the things you mentioned are really good things about disc golf, my favorite aspect is the competition. I grew up with 5 boys in my family and pretty much all we did growing up was play sports and compete against each other in the backyard. I love competing against myself and being able to push myself to be the best. I also enjoy competing against better players than myself because it gives me a drive to figure out how to get to their level.

What is your favorite course, and what made it so?

I have 2 favorite courses. My first favorite is Freeman Park in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The reason this is my favorite is because this is the course that I “grew up” on. It is a beautiful well maintained park with big mature trees and grass fairways. There is a small creek that runs through about 5 holes of the course. This course has everything needed to make an elite disc golf player. My second favorite is Camp Sekani in Spokane Washington. This was one of the first wooded courses I played. I love the big tall pine trees and wooded fairways that require you to shape your shot to get into birdie position. I am a fan of all types of courses whether it is in the park or in the woods.

 

What brand is your favorite?

I currently throw discs from the Innova, Infinite, and Discmania line up. My favorite brand has always been Innova because that is where it all began for me.

 

Other than disc golf, what are some of your hobbies?

As mentioned above, I am a sports fanatic and played basketball, baseball and football growing up and through high school. I love riding bikes around our neighborhood with my wife and 4 kids. I enjoy everything about the outdoors and love camping and hiking with my wife and kids. I also do a little hunting and fishing each year as well. Also, another favorite hobby of mine is cooking food on my Green Mountain Grill smoker.

 

Will we see you tour more in the future?

Having a full time job, a wife, and 4 kids definitely makes it very difficult for me to be on the typical disc golf tour. My plans for 2021 are to play in 2 pro tour events, Worlds, qualify and play USDGC, and play several A tiers and B tiers in the Idaho, Utah, Montana, and Washington areas. As disc golf continues to grow and sponsorships continue to increase, I definitely hope there are opportunities for me to tour more in the coming years.

 

Thank you Dallin for giving us the time to answer these few questions. Keep an eye out for him this upcoming year, as he has plans to play in two pro tour events among other events. You can even look him up on social media, he has had multiple shout-outs there. Or follow him on Instagram: dallin_blanchard. If you like the tomb, you should check out his Concrete Signature Tomb, it is a great looking disc.

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