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  • INNOVA CHAMPION ROC3 - FAT TIRE LOGO JOLLY LAUNCHER 180g MAX GOLF DISC
  • INNOVA CHAMPION ROC3 - FAT TIRE LOGO JOLLY LAUNCHER 180g MAX GOLF DISC

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INNOVA CHAMPION ROC3 - FAT TIRE LOGO JOLLY LAUNCHER 180g MAX GOLF DISC

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Product Description

This disc is new and unthrown from the folks at New Belgium Brewing just down the street from us in Fort Collins, Colorado. A great combo of bright green, ultra-translucent Jolly Launcher plastic with a black bicycle and blue wording for "FAT TIRE". A great thrower or keeper!

The Champion Roc3 is a fast, straight Roc that excels at controlled approaches and Mid-Range drives. The Roc3 holds a line in a variety of wind conditions and has a predictable fade, making this an ideal 'Go-To' Mid-Range in almost any situation. Advanced players will love the versatility of this disc while newer players can rely on the consistent finish. This is the same mold used in the 2012 USDGC Prototypes that were so highly received and were nearly impossible to keep in stock. This is the signature mold of the 2012 World Champion Paul McBeth. We recommend this disc to the player that likes the normal Roc but wants a little more speed and better looks due to Innova's new Jolly Launcher plastic.

This is the new edition of the Fat Tire golf disc print just released in 2014. Now you can play and imagine the nice cold brew you will be having at the end of your round. : ) Enjoy!

Information about Innova's Champion plastic

FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS

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SPECIFICATIONS

  • Classification: Mid-range
  • Diameter: 21.7cm
  • Best Choice for: Control shots, go to mid-range, mid-range drives

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