Flight Ratings and Analysis
|Putter||High Glide (VERY high for a putter)||Very
Overstable, Highly wind resistant.
|Very Straight low-speed flight (i.e. putting)|
Why Zero Hard Plastic?
Zero is the grippy putter plastic used in Latitude64’s putters and approach discs.
The Hard version is our top performance pick because it has the rigidity needed to provide high torque-resistance — critical for consistency and stability.
Why 170-175G Weight?
To achieve maximum distance, light-weight discs are the best option.
For putting, however, to create the maximum control, wind resistance, and consistency, we recommend the heaviest weight classes possible. In this case, 170-175g.
“The Dagger has been developed in co-operation with pro disc golfer David Feldberg and is a deep dish beaded putter. Feldberg says it is comparable to a big bead Aviar, Wizard, Challenger, etc., but deeper and with more float.” Source