Putt & Approach


Dagger

Dagger Zero - Latitude64°

The Dagger has been developed in co-operation with Dave Feldberg and is a deep dish beaded putter. Feldberg says it is comparable to a big bead Aviar, Wizard, Challenger, etc., but deeper with more float. Why is it important to be deeper? Feldberg says this is for logical reasons and personal comfort:

”- Personal Comfort – I don’t want to feel space in my hand while putting. I like a flush feel that fills my hand. I believe since I am not squeezing to reach for the flight plate that I get a more consistent release. My hand always starts from the same position and thus I don’t have to rely on muscle memory to succeed. How much to squeeze down? These are factors I don’t need.”

”- Logical Reasons – I am not using this disc for distance, rather putting and approaching. So the deeper the dish the more air can be trapped underneath causing it to stay in the air longer. You shouldn’t have to slam your putts, I was taught to put a medium speed on it and let it float into the chains. To be able to make my putt if there were no chains, just a pole and a bucket. This way you can try and make putts without being in danger if three putting. Less action out of the hand, less reaction from the item it hits. Less spits and roll aways when you control your speed and float it into the basket. The dagger will allow me to bring back my old stroke, I am pumped!””

  • Speed 2
  • Glide 4
  • Turn 0
  • Fade 2
  • Available in:

    Zero

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Mercy

Mercy Eze

Mercy is the latest putt and approach disc released by us. Designed with deeper rim and slower speed than our earlier putters, makes it a very good alternative in our putt and approach lineup. Stable and consistant flight for putting, approach and short drives. What else can you wish for?

  • Speed 2
  • Glide 4
  • Turn 0
  • Fade 1
  • Available in:

    Zero soft

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    Zero Medium

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    Zero Hard

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Pure

Pure Zero

Featuring a comfortable grip and slightly deeper rim than Spike it will hold the line given to it on your approach shots. Pure is the second disc co-designed by Jesper Lundmark.
- I liked the Zero Line plastic the first time I tried it on the Spike. My grip needs a disc with a deeper rim so we designed Pure, Jesper says.

The Opto line Pure is more stable and can withstand more power off tee. It is very good for upshots or shorter drives with a very straight flight.

  • Speed 3
  • Glide 3
  • Turn -1
  • Fade 1
  • Available in:

    Zero soft

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    Zero Medium

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    Zero Hard

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    Opto

Spike

Spike Zero - Latitude64°

A putt and approach disc in Zero Line and a short midrange control driver in Grip Line. It has a stable flight path and is excellent for curve shots and straight shots alike. Will fly very flat for shots up to 300ft. Compared to ordinary putters it has a shallower grip and a smoother edge. This will prevent the disc from sticking to your hand on release. The top surface has TractionZones for optional varied grip. Spike is the disc of choice for those one-disc-tournaments.

  • Speed 4
  • Glide 2
  • Turn -1
  • Fade 1
  • Available in:

    Zero soft

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    Zero Medium

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    Zero Hard

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Sinus

Sinus Zero - Latitude64°

Sinus is a putter with three grip areas on top with different textures. This gives players an option to find the grip and feel they prefer. Between the grip areas the disc is regularly smooth for players who prefer a smooth grip. The flight is quite overstable making it useful in windy conditions.

  • Speed 2
  • Glide 1
  • Turn 0
  • Fade 3
  • Available in:

    Zero soft

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    Zero Medium

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    Zero Hard

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