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Golf Discs :: Drivers :: TD S-Line - Rush Stamp
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TD S-Line - Rush Stamp

TD S-Line - Rush Stamp



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List Price:
$19.99
Our Price:
$17.99
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The TD ("Turning Driver") is currently available in the following plastics...
TD C-Line ($16.99)
TD S-Line - Rush Stamp ($17.99)
Diameter: 21.2 cm
Wing Width: 1.9 cm
Rim Depth: 1.1 cm
Max Weight: 176 g
Approved: 4/4/110
Speed 10 / Glide 5 / Turn -2 / Fade 1
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The Disc Mania Rush Turning Disc Golf Driver is an easy-to-throw disc suitable from beginners to top level pros. This disc has a comfortable smaller rim grip that offers a lot of glide with a very straight flight path. This disc is similar to a Roadrunner, but with more glide. The main difference between the Roadrunner and Rush is that you do not need to flex this disc in order to make use of the big glide that it offers. When thrown with the right amount of force, this disc just keeps on going straight - almost like floating in the air!

The S-Line plastic is similar to Innova STAR plastic, providing exceptional durability with good grip.

Features:

  • Speed 10
  • Glide 5
  • High Speed Turn -2
  • Low Speed Turn +1
  • S-Line Plastic
  • "Rush" Stamp
  • Initial Stability:
    Overstability with advanced/expert skill
    -0.7
    Newer players may experience up to 4x additional overstability