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Innova Disc Golf

Innova Nexus Firefly Glow 2021 Nate Sexton Tour Series Disc Golf Putter

The Innova Nexus Firefly Glow 2021 Nate Sexton Tour Series Disc Golf Putter is a stable disc that's perfect for sinking putts and long approach shots. This disc offers supreme control in close and is the choice for 2017 USDGC Champion and Innova Team Captain Nate Sexton. If you're looking to practice in the dark you're in luck! These discs glow in the dark.

The flight of a Nexus at close range is straight with a slight hyzer finish. It's excellent from 5-100 feet when you're putting. This disc has a flatter top than the Aviar which gives it a touch less glide and a little more thumb control because of the lower top. The Nexus when thrown as an upshot disc can be useful flat, on hyzer, or anhyzer. It really holds whatever line you put it on. The Firefly is primarily a putting putter and you'll love the flight as it rings up chains.

Nexus plastic is a great blend from Innova that combines extra grip with durability and extreme weather use. The Nexus plastic will stay firm in up to 140 degrees, and you want a stiff putter even on those days when it's hot in the summer. The grip is solid and is improved as your disc scuffs in the chains. It's not a premium blend and will need to be changed out over a number of years. But these discs make excellent turnover shot discs after they're done putting.

There's a reason this disc is highly sought after. It's accurate and can be used by any pro player or first timer. It's straight, offers excellent consistent putts, and it's a grippy choice that doesn't break the bank. Snag one of these and improve your game today!

Speed 2 | Glide 3 | Turn 0 | Fade 1

Nexus Plastic

  • More durable than DX Plastic.
  • Provides exceptional grip for cold and wet days.
  • A stiff, firm plastic specifically requested by Nate Sexton
  • Heat resistant up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit