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DX Condor

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MSRP: $11.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.79

Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.79

SKU: 11365
Midrange Drivers

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Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.79

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INNOVA-

The Condor has long been a favorite of disc golf pros throwing thumb rollers and is available in heavy weights for just that purpose. The Condor is our largest diameter and heaviest weight golf disc. The Condor has a very stable true flight. It is very accurate at all ranges. In the very light weight (138grams) the Condor is used for self caught flight events of Throw, Run and Catch (TRC) and Maximum Time Aloft (MTA). The Condor currently holds the TRC World Record of 94 meters.
Best disc for accuracy contests.
Great as a throw and catch disc or to introduce catch disc players to the game.

Back by popular demand.

Large diameter disc measures over 9 inches across.

Weights can go all the way up to 200 grams.

It is like a giant Roc and just as sharp of a wing.

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Manufacturer Innova

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Chris Lippert Review by Chris Lippert
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The older brother of the Zephyr. The Condor flies somewhat similar to a Roc, but if you get some air under it it floats almost like its an ultimate disc. At the very least this disc is great to have as a warm up disc to play some catch with. (Posted on 10/5/12)

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