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Golf Discs :: Collectible Discs :: Cyclone Elite-X Swirl - One Nation Under Par
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Cyclone Elite-X Swirl - One Nation Under Par

Cyclone Elite-X Swirl - One Nation Under Par

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The Cyclone is currently available in the following plastics...
Cyclone Pro-D ($8.99)
Cyclone Elite-X ($10.99)
Cyclone Elite-X Swirl -... ($29.99)
Diameter: 21.3 cm
Wing Width: 1.6 cm
Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
Max Weight: 176.8 g
Approved: 7/14/1993
Speed 6 / Glide 4 / Turn -1 / Fade 2 Staff Flight Ratings
manufacturer ratings may differ

If you're a Cyclone Fan then this disc is a must. The Swirl Cyclone is a flat-top version of the legendary Cyclone that is made from Discraft's swirled Elite-X plastic. Only one batch of Swirl Cyclones was ever produced as this blend was created right before Discraft's swirl machine stopped working. These discs have always been highly coveted for their more stable flight, flat top, great grip, and awesome eye-catching look. This disc boasts a "Disc Nation - One Nation Under Par" hot-stamp.

The Cyclone has set many world distance records and is always reliable. This is the disc that the pros use for maximum distance with excellent accuracy. Don't miss your chance to pick up one of these extremely hard-to-find discs.


  • Stability Rating: +1
  • Very Limited Disc that is No Longer in Production
  • Disc Nation One Nation Under Par Stamp!
  • Initial Stability:
    Overstability with advanced/expert skill
    + 1.1
    Newer players may experience up to 4x additional overstability