FAQ & Contact
Who is behind MVP Disc Sports?
MVP Disc Sports was founded by two brothers who are passionate about disc golf and have worked in their father’s plastic injection molding shop for many years. Having worked in a molding shop that specializes in two-step molding processes, we are very enthusiastic about implementing this two-step molding process into golf discs to push the sport to the next level.
Are you going to produce more Disc Golf Bags, Targets, Carts, or other Disc Golf items?
As a fast-growing company with an ever-expanding product line, it is our goal to produce a full line of disc golf products. We set higher standards in our products, and we are going to adhere to these standards for every product we produce. Our Black Hole® Basket series has quickly jumped to the forefront of the at-home basket market, and our Black Hole® Portal course baskets are being installed at an exciting rate. Our MVP Bags and soon to be released carts will cover every need for disc golfers, with even more specialized models to come.
We have also been improving our Course Equipment offerings for course designers and communities with the addition of the Black Hole® Portal, Black Hole® Gravity, and the Launch Pad Artificial Turf System.
What do names like 18.5mm and 20mm mean?
We group discs by their rim width, with each group or “class” forming a set, within which a range of stabilities are represented. This equates to the traditional terminology like “Speed 7”. 17mm roughly matches a traditional “Speed 7”, and likewise for 20mm and “Speed 10”.
Does MVP Sponsor Players?
In early 2017 we introduced a professional team of disc golf competitors and contributors to fly the Team MVP flag.
If you are an avid disc golfer who is interested in joining Team MVP, please see the Team MVP page to learn about our current roster, and use the contact form on Join Team MVP to tell us about yourself and throw your name into consideration.
We also have a testing program for those who like to provide us feedback and write online reviews about new products. We follow numerous online disc golf communities. If we come across positive disc golf contributors who provide accurate and supportive reviews of our products, we will be happy to get in contact with them for our testing team.
Does MVP Sponsor Tournaments or Clubs?
We certainly do offer incentives to clubs and tournaments. We commend tournament directors and club organizers for their effort to help grow disc golf.
Our custom stamp program is a great way to represent your tournament or club with a quality product and prize package. Our custom stamp program offers similar prices as our wholesale program, so there are great opportunities for fundraising your tournament or club.
Is MVP Disc Sports hiring?
Certainly! We are growing rapidly and always looking for motivated individuals to help us achieve our mission of making a tremendous impact in disc golf. Please complete this Interest in Employment form so that we can evaluate your skills and see where within our company you could best fit.
Where can I buy MVP Discs?
As one of the major disc golf companies, we sell our discs to hundreds of retail outlets worldwide. However, if your preferred retailer does not carry our discs, then you have a great opportunity to earn some free discs through our Referral program.
We only sell our discs direct to authorized dealers. If you would like to become an authorized dealer yourself, you may learn more on the Wholesale page, then use the Contact Us form below.
What are some online disc golf communities where I can learn more and talk about MVP Discs?
All information about our products including discs, plastics, and technology can be found on this website. However, if you would like to know more, asking your fellow disc golfers is an excellent way to learn more. There are several discussion threads on Disc Golf Course Reviewand Reddit.com/r/discgolf. We also endorse the MVP Disc Sports fan page on Facebook for great discussion on MVP products and hear all sorts of disc golf stories and experiences.
Why aren’t there distances on your flight chart?
We believe distance ratings can present a skewed expectation of stability and distance for anyone less skilled than the pros. The distances listed on charts give players a false impression that faster, more demanding discs will automatically yield more distance, and is behind an epidemic of players robbing themselves of good technique development and better golf shots.
Our flight charts aim to illustrate the expected relative performance for throwers across a broad range of skill levels. In 2018 we added 4 number flight ratings to our discs to assist players and dealers.