Latitude 64 World Champion Disc Golf Set - Intermediate-Advanced - Retro Line - 3 Discs

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Latitude 64 World Champion Disc Golf  Set  - Intermediate/Advanced - 3 discs: 

With the World Champion Disc Golf Starter Set from Latitude 64, you get the favorite discs from winners of the 2016 Disc Golf World Championships. All discs are made in Latitude's popular Retro plastic.

Please Note: We can not guarantee colour or weights with these Starter Packs as they come pre-assembled from the manufacturer.

Discs Included:

  • Driver: Latitude 64 Retro Saint Pro - JohnE McCray Signature Series
  • Midrange: Latitude 64 Retro Compass - Ricky Wysocki Signature Series
  • Putter: Latitude 64 Retro Mercy - Matt Bell Signature Series

About the Retro Saint Pro:

Saint Pro is the big brother of the Saint with added stability for the more experienced player. While more overstable, it maintains the good glide and controllable flight characteristics of the regular Saint. For people that can throw far and hard, this fairway driver is a must have.

About the Retro Compass:
Navigate your way on the fairway with this midrange from Latitude 64. 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". 

About the Retro Mercy:
Mercy is the latest putt and approach disc released by us. Designed with a deeper rim and a slower speed than Latitude 64's earlier putters, it makes for a very good alternative in their putt and approach lineup. Stable and consistent flight for putting, approach, and short drives. What else can you wish for?

About Retro:
The mid-80s was a great time. Disc Golf had just come all the way up to Latitude 64 and we played all through the night in the midnight sun. Translucent discs were far from being invented and all discs were understable with today's standards. We remember those days with nostalgic feelings and wanted a plastic that would remind us of how it used to be. For a long time, we have had requests that we should make discs that could be broken in more easily. Test after test after test led us to this new plastic blend that we have named Retro.