The Rogue is most commonly described on the course as a less stable version of the Innova Wraith, apparently a great niche to fill, due to the fact that this has become DGA`s best-selling disc for us. In fact, many players claim that they get unprecedented distance from the Rogue. For those with slower arm speed,the Rogue maintains some stability and will hyzer slightly towards the end of the flight, at least when it`s new. As arm-speed increases, it is used more and more for straight and turnover ultra long distance drives. Let there be no doubt, many players swear by this disc, and we`ve never received a negative review about it. For some players, it`s their "secret weapon."
Lower weights allow you more snap, spin, and torque for longer glide and much longer shots with minimal effort and maximum accuracy.
More from DGA The RDGA Rogue is DGA’s high speed disc golf driver that combines both control and distance, while maintaining a predictable flight path. For low to medium arm speeds, this disc works perfect for straight shots that do not require significant fade, and can also be used for long turn-overs. Those with higher arm speeds will notice that the RDGA Rogue is perfect for any flip-to-flat line, narrow tunnel drives, as well as the huge flex shots.
The Rogue in RDGA plastic will be very tacky and is 150 grams in weight. It will reach its intended flight characteristics earlier that when produced in SP or ProLine plastic. The RDGA Rogue is ideal for beginners who are looking to throw maximum distance.
- Controllable distance driver
- Predictable flight
- Increased glide
- Diameter: 21.1cm
- Rim Width: 2.2cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2cm