The Fundraiser has landed

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Nige
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The Fundraiser has landed

Post by Nige » Wed Jun 07, 2006 9:16 am

Latitude 64° have teamed up with Disc Zoo to produce a series of exclusive discs for the 2006 British Disc Golf Championship. All discs are a strictly limited edition run, and the Mirus driver is even a first run edition, so this is your chance to grab a slice of disc golf history!

Mirus - awesomely grippable, highly durable distance driver.
Medius - reliable mid range disc made from the same superb plastic.
Sinus SP - putt and approach disc.

By buying and flying these discs you will be supporting the British Open, one of the most prestigious events on the PDGA Eurotour 2006.

The fundraisers discs are available to buy online at http://www.disczoo.com.
1 Fundraiser Disc = £12.00
2 Fundraiser Discs = £22.00
3 Fundraiser Discs = £29.00

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Post by Jester » Wed Jun 07, 2006 10:12 am

I got my 3 at the weekend, please help support the British Open and pick one, two or three up for yourself. :lol:

Jes*

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Post by Tim » Wed Jun 07, 2006 10:17 am

Jester wrote:I got my 3 at the weekend, please help support the British Open and pick one, two or three up for yourself. :lol:

Jes*
Snap, but i have to wait until Bean Soup remembers to bring them to Essex :wink:

Ya gotta support our biggest event :D

Tim
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Post by Spider » Tue Jun 20, 2006 8:16 am

Much (I admit) to my surprise :o , these Lat 64 discs really work! The domes on the top of the driver & midrange make it look like they should be unthrowable.
Far from it!
At St Andrews, two of our Ullapool power throwers, Hamish and Calum, were achieving significant extra distance with the MIRUS (Hamish winning Longest Drives using one). Even for weaker throwers, the Mirus flies beautifully - Wee Ben is threatening to replace the three Beasts in his bag with them! :roll:
The mid range MEDIUS seems to have extra glide in the mid phase of flight, and is very straight. The putter SINUS is quite overstable as an approach disc, and is good into the wind.
Get your limited edition, British Open stamped, discs at http://www.disczoo.com/
Hammer time!
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