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The Innova DX Invader Disc Golf Putter is a stable flat topped disc that's comfortable for sidearm or backhand players of all skill levels. After its release in the popular luster plastic players are anxious to get their hands on the dx version of this amazing putter. At Sabattus Disc Golf we try to keep a low price on these discs so you can always get what you need without breaking the bank.
The flight path is almost perfectly neutral. When you're throwing the Invader you can let the disc go flat and because it's a 3 speed it can handle a little extra power. The bead on the bottom and the flat top make you think this disc will be overstable but it's not. The Invader wants to be thrown at the target, it's only got a 2 glide so don't throw it high unless you want it to fade out. It's a longer touch shot disc and you'll want to be throwing it when you're 50-100 feet out. This will be a great control upshot putter. As it beats in look for the flight path to change from a little fade at the end to almost a true straight flight. This disc will give you more options in the woods, just don't expect to get too much distance with it.
DX Plastic is often favored for putters. Pro and beginner players love it because it beats in and becomes understable not to mention it's also available at a great price. Since you're not rocketing this disc into trees like you would a driver it's perfectly fine as a dx upshot disc.
If you want a disc that's more of a point and shoot approach disc, and that's available at a great price then get yourself a DX Invader from Innova Champion Discs today!