Remix Sports manufactures premium golf discs at an ultra low price. This is a lesser known brand owned by MVP Disc Sports that are only sold exclusively on Amazon.com. Because MVP doesn’t pay for any marketing for this brand, Remix disc golf discs are flat out cheaper than anything else comparable on the internet today.
There is now a FULL line of Remix discs that includes fantastic distance drivers, fairway drivers, midrange discs, putters and beginner friendly frisbees for players of all ability.
Their discs are flat out the least expensive US made discs available today. They are also PDGA approved, so you can use them for competitive tournament play. Best of all, if you have Amazon prime, you get FREE shipping on these Discs!
In this video, Bodanza disc golf reveals the secret source of where Remix Disc Golf discs come from. He proves that Remix Discs are manufactured by MVP Disc Sports located in Marlette Michigan, but it’s as if they are trying to hide this fact. Bodanza goes over different theories of why MVP’s secret brand exists. As an Amazon seller, Bodanza knows that after all the fees, MVP isn’t really making any money by selling these discs.
He has a few different theories.
Theory 1: MVP owns all of the disc golf molds that are used by Thought Space Athletics and Mint Discs but they overproduced and them and so need some kind of outlet in which to liquidate surplus inventory. Thus the discs are the same molds, just rebranded. IE.
*Note we don’t know if these discs are actually the same molds, we are just speculating that they could be based on similar flight numbers.
Theory 2: The Remix Discs were disc golf molds that weren’t good enough for MVP, Streamline, Mint or TSA. Rather than just scrap them, they resell some slight variants of the molds on Amazon.
Regardless of the truth of why MVP has a hidden disc golf brand called Remix, you cannot beat the price of Remix discs, especially with the free shipping. While some of them have been sold on Amazon for years, Remix discs were just PDGA approved on March 27th, 2023. Now that they are PDGA approved, there is no excuse to not try these cheap but quality disc golf discs.
The Goliath is a recently approved Remix Disc Golf Disc. This appears to be a high-quality disc golf driver designed for maximum distance and accuracy on the course.
With a PDGA approved max weight of 176.0 grams and a diameter of 21.2cm, this driver is perfect for players looking for a disc that offers great speed and distance. The Goliath has a relatively flat profile with a height of 1.6cm and a rim depth of 1.2cm, making it comfortable to grip and easy to throw. The rim thickness is 2.1cm, providing players with a secure and stable grip during their throws. The inside rim diameter of 17.0cm is designed to optimize the disc’s flight path, ensuring that it maintains its trajectory and stability in the air.
The Remix Goliath is an excellent choice for players looking to take their game to the next level and achieve longer, more accurate drives.
The Remix Juggernaut is a stable flying putter disc with a bead. This disc has a flat top with a gradual curving rim. This disc is somewhat similar to the Dynamic Discs Judge, but with a smaller bead. The Juggernaut is a good all purpose disc for driving, approach shots, and short distance putts. It has a comfortable feel and provides exceptional control.
The Remix Battleship is an overstable mid-range with a smooth flat top. This disc has a reliable fade and works well for both backhand and forehand shots. This disc is perfect for windy conditions. The Battleship is a very consistent flying beadless disc and is available in very premium plastics. This disc is now PDGA approved, and so can be used in PDGA sanctioned disc golf tournaments.
The Remix Ronan is an overstable fairway drive with a moderate rim width that works well for experienced players, forehand shots, and windy conditions. The Ronan has a flight similar to discs like the Innova Thunderbird. This disc is available in premium plastics that are unique from those created by the major disc manufacturers.