Latitude 64 Dagger - Zero Hard Line - | 2 | 5 | 0 | 1 | - Stable-Straight
Putt & Approach Disc
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.
Diameter: 21.1 cm
Maximum weight: 180.1 gram
Height: 2.1 cm
Rim depth: 1.5 cm
Inside rim diameter: 19.1 cm
Rim thickness: 1.0 cm
Rim depth/ Diameter ratio: 7.1 %
Rim configuration ratio: 75.25
Flexibility rating: 4.65
PDGA APPROVAL DATE
PLASTICS FOR PUTTERS
Zero Line is the grippy putter plastic used in our putters and approach discs. The plastic is chosen because of the good grip and feel. The feel you need in your short game. The Hardversion is for players that might want to drive with Zero Line discs but some players also prefer to just putt with them.
Right in the middle of Zero Soft and Zero Hard you find this plastic. Zero Medium is the perfect compromise and can be used both for driving and putting. Grip is very good and still it sits comfortably in your hand even in colder weather.
The Zero Soft is intended for optimal short game. Period. When you step up on the green and want to give your disc the best chance to stick to the chains and safely sink into the basket you should go for the Zero Soft. For wet and really cold weather it can also serve as a comfortable choice of putter plastic.
And when Zero Soft is not enough, the Zero Megasoft is the answer. These discs are made for the the best grip and optimal conditions to stick in the chains. When Zero Megasoft hits the ground it stops with minimal skip.