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  1. DX Raven

    $9.99
    Raven is a long-range, straight flier with an excellent grip. It is our longest range, large diameter driver and it can double as a roller. Great for all skill levels. 5 | 4 | -1 | 2 Learn More
  2. DX Sonic

    $9.99
    As a putter, the Sonic has a nice straight flight and sticks well in the chains. The Sonic also makes a versatile short range approach and escape disc when thrown sidearm or backhand. For longer approaches, it has a slow predictable turn and likes to land flat for very few roll-aways. This disc is very beginner friendly. Learn More
  3. DX Classic Ace

    The Classic Ace is a Putt and Approach disc from 1986. The Classic Ace has a smaller profile similar to that of the XD. It is less stable than the XD or Hammer. 3 | 3 | -2 | 2 Learn More
  4. DX Python

    The Python is a large diameter understable disc that was originally released in 1994. The Python is like a faster Stingray, and is a fantastic roller. These Pythons were molded in regular DX. 6 | 4 | -1 | 2 Learn More
  5. DX Griffin

    The Griffin is a small diameter overstable Mid-Range originally molded in the early 90's. The range and stablility of this disc is between a Roc and a Whippet. 5 | 3 | +1 | 3 Learn More
  6. DX TeeBird+

    The Plus mold configuration of the Teebird offers you similar flight characteristics of a Teebird with a "beefier" grip. The Plus configuration allows some players a better grip on smaller rimmed discs. An added benefit of the configuration is that it often lessens the stability and fade portions of the flight. Learn More
  7. DX Ram

    The DX Ram has been resurrected! Golfers can now pick up a brand new DX Ram from us once again. In terms of flight characteristics the Ram is like a large diameter Griffin. 6 | 4 | +1 | 4 Learn More
  8. DX Roc+

    The number one professional mid-range disc. It is very reliable at the high speeds that pros throw. It ages slowly, becoming an excellent slow turning disc as it wears. Learn More
  9. DX Aero

    $9.99
    The Aero is great for beginners and players using only one disc. It's extremely straight and very easy to keep on the fairway for beginners. The Aero is a slow flying control disc with a large diameter and a significant amount of glide. When broken in, the Aero will turnover slowly and predictably. The Aero was introduced in 1983 as the first disc designed specifically for disc golf (then called the Eagle). Learn More
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