1933 models online
These discs were produced to help Johnny "JMac" MacDonald pay for a bucket list trip and future treatment options.
Another beautiful stamp by Michael Ramanauskas of DoubleRam Disc.
These KC Pro Gators are tournament fundraiser models (TFR) from Innova and are not available as regular stock discs, making them both harder to find and more collectable. Flat Topping is a post-production process to keep the discs as flat as possible, and is typically considered to make the discs more overstable.
Only 10 are available, 240 total discs across all moulds with this stamp.
Art by Michael Ramanauskas - sponsored player for Team Disc Cellar and owner of www.doubleramdisc.com - Custom designs for disc golf.
Images displayed are mock-ups of what we expect the final product to look like and are not pictures of the actual discs.
As many of you know John has been fighting a rare form of A.L.L. Leukaemia with Philadelphia chromosome for the last 6 months, After 8 rounds of Chemo that didn't work, he has taken 2 different pill's that cost $11,000 a month and they didn't work. John has exhausted all medical avenues as far as treatment goes. Doctor's have give John anywhere between 6 months to a year left to live.
John like a lot of us loves Disc Golf, he has been a pivotal part of the Northwest Disc Golf scence since the 80's. So as one of John last wishes was to take a roadtrip to San Francisco, a place he's never been before. But now this trip has morphed into so much more (like 6 states more), States that will apart of this Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, and Idaho and believe me Disc Golf is involved. John has never had the privilege of playing the epic Delaveaga course in Santa Cruz, that will now happen with your help. Also this trip will allow John to see many friends, new and old he my never get the chance to see again