This putter goes where you throw it. The Roach loves to hold the angle it is thrown on and glide down the fairway. This disc is great for straight approaches and working on your form. The Roach loves to be thrown flat and fly straight.
The Banger GT is a great flying and unique putter from Discraft. The GT stands for groove top or some people say grip track. This is because of the indent on the flight plate that provides a place for your thumb when gripping the disc. It has a consistent and smooth release with a straight to slightly overstable flight.
The Westside Harp is one of the most well known approach discs on the market. If you are a forehand approach player, you are missing out if you do not have one in your bag. The BT plastics allow the harp to slowly beat in so that eventually you can have a straight approach disc that still holds up to the wind out on the course.
The Zone OS is the newest disc in the Discraft lineup. With it's elite level torque resistance and highly consistent fade, the Zone OS can handle anything you throw at it! Spike Hyzers, windy days, or basic approach shots, this beefy disc can handle it all. It truly is the ultimate utililty disc!
The Sinus is a putter with three different textured grip areas on top. This gives players an option to find a grip they feel most comfortable with. Between the grip areas the disc has a regular surface for players who prefer a smooth grip. The flight is quite overstable making it useful in windy conditions.
The UFO is a beaded putter with a round nose that fits perfectly between the Profit and Bullet. It is a straight flying putter that has a great feel for consistent putts and will work well for short upshots and approaches.
The Järn is the new approach disc by Kastaplast. The Järn is very overstable and will give you a predictable fade every time. The low profile on the Järn makes it very comfortable for all players. Järn is Swedish for iron.
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