Rhythm

Neutron, Special Edition

Speed
7
Glide
5
Turn
-2
Fade
1
Please welcome the next great understable disc from Axiom - the Rhythm! With a speed of 7, glide of 5, turn of -2, and a fade of 1, the Rhythm was designed to be either a great first driver or a line shaping fairway driver for power arms. Lower power players will find the Rhythm to be laser straight with a slight fade at the end, making it a great line hitting disc. Higher power players will love the Rhythm for carving up the woods with hyzer flips or natural turnovers from flat, even rollers aren’t out of the question...

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Speed 7, Glide 5, Turn -2, Fade 1 | Please welcome the next great understable disc from Axiom - the Rhythm! With a speed of 7, glide of 5, turn of -2, and a fade of 1, the Rhythm was designed to be either a great first driver or a line shaping fairway driver for power arms. Lower power players will find the Rhythm to be laser straight with a slight fade at the end, making it a great line hitting disc. Higher power players will love the Rhythm for carving up the woods with hyzer flips or natural turnovers from flat, even rollers aren’t out of the question for the Rhythm. Whether you’re looking for your first straight driver or an awesome line shaper, turn to the Rhythm to find your beat on the course.

Special Edition:  “Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances.” - Maya Angelou. Crash cymbal? Check. Tom Toms? Check. Ride cymbal? Check. Bass drum? Double kick check. Ladies and gentlemen … drumroll please … introducing the raddest SE on tour - the Axiom Rhythm! With punk rock-inspired artwork by the legendary Mike Inscho, the Rhythm marches to the beat of its own drum as it free floats down the middle of long, winding fairways worldwide. Designed to have an easy-to-control tempo, the Rhythm can be easily harnessed to impress your audience and leave them wanting more.

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