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Dart GStar

Dart GStar

Manufacturer: Innova
Class: Putters


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Description
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The Dart is a small diameter putter with a straight flight. This great putt & approach disc proved to be instantly popular when released in R-Pro plastic. The Dart is especially good for long range putts and go-for shots. Innova GStar is a unique blend of Star with added flexibility and grip. The plastic is great for cold weather or rainy days where the extra grip can save you some strokes.
Manufacturer:Innova
Plastic:
Manufacturer plastic type
GStar
Parent Model:
The "mold" for this disc

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Initial Stability:
Overstability with advanced/expert skill
Newer players may experience up to 4x additional overstability
Lifespan:
How this disc behaves in the long run
Tough Stuff
Great for wearing a bit of stability off for the long term "sweet spot"
Diameter:
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Other names you may hear for this disc
Innova , Gstar
Innova Gstar , Innova Gstar
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Less Overstable
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Longer
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Shorter
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