The Proxy is an understable putrer. The Proxy shares the Envy mold’s core, lending the same low-profile feel and solid grip, along with a short wing width and wide flight plate diameter for superior glide. The Proxy sets itself apart from the Envy with a remarkably straight forward-fading finish. A bit of high-speed turn potential allows the Proxy’s lines to be manipulated over a broad range of power and helps less powerful throwers achieve straight putter drives.
DoubleRam Design is the easier to pronounce alter-ego for Michael Ramanauskas. A graphic designer by day (and many nights) and an overly optimistic disc golfer since 2003, Michael set his sights on creating stamps for discs accidentally in 2014. He found himself with a spare half-hour between side hustles and knew a TD that needed a stamp… yadda yadda yadda… and here we are.
Mike Inscho was born in Western New York in 1981. He is a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran and served his country from 2001-2005. He received his AA in 3D Animation at the School of Communication Arts, Raleigh in 2007. His work has been featured in multiple magazines and art publications such as Graffito Publishing, The Marine Corps Times, Game Informer, DiscGolfer and PC Gamer. Mike is a digital and traditional artist who enjoys creating quick gestural concepts.
Mike resides and works in Raleigh, North Carolina.
When I graduated high school and one of my ultimate frisbee teammates took me to a local course and that is where I fell in love. I learned from online videos and from that, I molded my form to what it is today. One of my defining moments in my career was landing on top card at the United States Amateur Disc Golf Championships in 2018 after swooping from 40th to 2nd place during round 2. I have been on Team MVP my 3rd year now and Team Dellwood Disc Golf for 4 years. Outside of disc golf I am an accountant that is does financial reporting for commercial properties.