|All Players (Understable)||All Players (Understable)||Advanced (Stable)||Experienced (Overstable)|
|Core||Fuse||Mace||Pain (OOP 2016)|
Halfway to the tee, but still need the range with some precision accuracy is when those Latitude 64 Mid-Range Discs come in handy. From popular models such as Mace, to a smooth sailing Fuse you won't go wrong getting to the basket while navigating the course. Latitude 64 Mid-Range Discs come in two major plastics, Zero & Opto.
Latitude 64 Zero Mid-Range Discs are utilized more for the mid to short game. Knowing the possibilities of damaging a disc are less severe, the Zero plastic provides better grip and gummyness allowing for an easier throwing experience to provide accuracy over distance. They mold the Zero plastic in Hard, Medium & Soft; basically how flexible you want your disc to be.
Latitude 64 Opto Mid-Range Discs have superior durability which can last a lifetime! This Opto plastic has sighly less grip than Gold, but the amazing durability along with a smooth feel with transparent plastic pulls in many buyers. It also tends to not be as flexible for plastics; on the stiff side.
Latitude 64 Gold Mid-Range Discs have the grip, have the durability and have the flexibility allowing them to be the premium plastic choice for Latitude 64 and many in the Disc Golf Community. If price is not an option, the Gold standard is always a good choice.
There are flight ratings on the disc which tells you the Speed, Glide, Turn and Fade each individual model. For Mid-Range Discs the Speed is which puts them into this category. The range of speed to be categorized starts with 4 such as the Fuji and all the way up to a speed of 6 such as the Core. Due note, faster speed does not mean farther distance, especially for an individual with minimal throwing power. These discs are molded to provide distance, but with precision accuracy allowing you to park your disc. Remember, lighter discs will provide beginners an easier and provide a rewarding experience.
The Latitude 64 Mid-Range Discs will have a wider rim and normally a longer length as well, but not always. The wider rim allows for less potential of flipping a disc or going sky high and plummeting into the ground. Many people suggest beginners to use a Mid-Range for there driving, mid-range and putting to learn and grow into the sport of Disc Golf. Find your Latitude 64 Mid-Range Disc that suits you best!