The Dagger is a new putter by Latitude 64. This disc was developed with the help of pro disc golfer Dave Feldberg to bring Latitude 64 a deep beaded putter similar to the Discraft Challenger and Gateway Wizard. When compared with the popular Wizard,we see this disc is not quite as deep. The 1.5cm rim depth is .3cm less.
The Dagger is designed to ‘float’ into the chains at lower speeds so as to minimize the probability of longer comeback putts. This putter disc is perfect for lofting push putts because it typically is a very straight flyer.
A limited edition of this new putter was available at the Glass Blown Open tournament in Emporia Kansas.
The Aviar Driver is an overstable big bead Aviar putter. This disc is great for putter shots as well as rattling the chains. The Aviars are the most popular putter discs in the world. This version uses the same mold as the KC and JK Aviars, but with a different grip thanks to the bead.
The Latitude 64 Sinus is a unique putter with three raised grip strips along the flat top. These grip areas have a different texture that is sure to provide an excellent feel for any player. While the Sinus is a terrible name for a golf disc, this is truly an excellent putter.
The Sinus is an overstable disc good for approach shots as well as short putts, even in windy conditions. We have it in Latitude 64’s Zero Line plastic. This soft rubbery blend provides a great feel andthanks to it, sticks well to chains. It is durable and is affordable for every player.
Looking for a putter that will close the gap from ‘just missed’ to ‘in the basket’? Then the Clozer is well worth considering. The Excel Edition of the Legacy Clozer is a very firm overstable putter. In Icon plastic, this disc is a little softer but has a slightly better grip than other plastics.
The Sole is the newest Vibram putter available in X-Link rubbers. Unlike the other Vibram putters with flat tops, the sole has a more traditional domed top. While Vibram’s other putters are known for their driving abilities, the Sole is the putting putter, and the one you’re going to want in your arsenal for short shots into the chains. For longer approach shots, the Sole is slightly overstable and isn’t going to turn. It’s a straight flyer with a consistent end of flight fade. Like all Vibram discs, durability is one of the Sole’s biggest advantage to other discs. The X-Link compound has an unmatched life span in terms of disc quality. These discs handle intense beatings and still maintain their flight path so you will not be let down. The Vibram Sole disc is available in weights from 150-175 grams.
The Rhyno is a popular slow flying overstable putter with very little glide. The Thumbtac groove allows for excellent grip and controlled shots. The overstable nature of this disc makes it the perfect choice for headwinds and short drives where overshooting is not an option.
The Blunt Gumbputt is a fantastic disk in the signature line, with a rubber-bandesque feel! This disc falls straight down after it hits any target, making it one of the best short-range and/or long range putters that you could ask for.
The Blowfly 1 takes “super soft” discs to a new level. This disc is not only soft, but flexible and bendable. The extra bend and flexibility takes some worry off as the disc will still hold if your child or grandchild ends up hitting something other than basket. The Blowfly 1 has a slightly overstable flight to it. This disc travels at slow speed and stops where it lands without sliding too much. If you like soft putters, this is a disc you’ll want in your bag.