Back in the day we used a lot of putters and midranges for our drives and still feel that many players could benefit from this line of thinking. You need an Anchor disc to predictably behave, saving you throws, while your competitors risk it all with their widest rim drivers. The Anchor is that reliable overstable midrange. It is slightly domey and has a big bead. Maximize your chance to stay on the fairway by picking up an Anchor today.
The Claymore has a small dome and comfortable grip combined with a neutral flight that will suit most players. Compared to existing Latitude 64° molds it will be slightly more overstable than the very popular Fuse. And as with the Fuse, the experienced player can get some swooping anhyzer shots with this disc.
Navigate your way on the fairway with this midrange from Latitude 64º. It might not be the fastest midrange on the market. But disc golf is all about control. And this straight flyer will go wherever you want. It holds any line in the most predictable way. Not thin, not deep so this disc will fit in any hand. This stable and versatile midrange has been developed in cooperation with world class player Ricky Wysocki: ”The Compass will make me more confident on the course. Hyzer, straight, anhyzer; I can trust it on every angle”.
Core is a midrange that is perfect for both amateurs and professional players. The flight is reliable and stable, with a slight fade at the end. One of our most popular discs due to it’s reliability and predictable flight path, and used for hyzer shots as well as long turnover drives.
The Fuse is really something special. It has been co-designed with pro disc golfer Jesper Lundmark. The goal was a midrange that would hold any curve with minimal fade at the end, and we got exactly what we wanted. For a 100 meter drive (330 ft) it will start to get an anhyzer angle and you know what? Just when you think it will start to fade back, it won’t. The Fuse holds the anhyzer line all the way. The Fuse is also one of the best discs to start playing disc golf with. Learn to handle a Fuse and you can throw anything.
Gobi is a slightly understable midrange for those long sweeping anhyzers. Towards the end of the flight Gobi will fight back to a fade in a reliable way. Great for players that throw moderately far and want a controllable disc. Gobi great for bigger arms looking for controlled hyzer flips.
Mace is the midrange for the masses. It was co-designed with pro disc golfer David Feldberg and it is a solid midrange solution for almost every situation. The Mace can handle a big arm and also be controlled by players with less power. It will hold a hyzer line, fly reliably straight or work it’s way back on a long anhyzer drive. Our viking ancestors never went into battle without their favorite Mace. That mindset is now valid again.
Pain was designed with two words in mind: overstable and reliable. It certainly has a place in the bag for players with lots of power, but also for the average player that needs something to rely on when the storm is coming. You can throw it straight and just wait for the fade or you can put an anhyzer on it and watch it slowly fight it’s way back.
In 2016 the Pain was taken out of production to make room for new molds.