DGA AfterShock - SP Line

MSRP: $18.99

Our Price: $16.95


The DGA SP Line Aftershock is a stable to slightly overstable midrange driver golf disc. It is a less overstable variation of the DGA Shockwave. The AfterShock features are good glide, control and extremely versatility. It holds straight lines and turnover lines on a very consistent basis. It can handle huge anhyzer lines and still produce a significant amount of fade at the end of its flight. It can be thrown on straight flight paths, as well as trustworthy hyzer lines. Use it off the tee or for long range approach shots. This disc golf disc can handle any arm speed and sticks to the line that you put it on. Great for all players, all arm speeds. The Aftershock is for players looking for increased accuracy. It has just the right amount of speed and glide to become your main midrange disc.

Features - perfect for approach shots, extremely versatile, good glide and control, perfect for players of all arm speeds.

Speed 5, Glide 3, Turn 0, Fade 2

Diameter 21.5 cm. Rim Width 1.3 cm. Rim Depth 1.3 cm.

SP Line plastic takes a little longer to beat in than other DGA plastic blends due to its durability. The SP Line is DGA’s fastest plastic blend and produces slightly more stable flight characteristics. SP Line discs are transparent and have sparkle flakes suspended in the plastic.

AVAILABILITYSTABILITYWEIGHTS
D LineSlightly Overstable167-177+g
ProLineSlightly Overstable167-177+g
SP LineSlightly Overstable167-177+g

Is it beginner friendly? "Yes and no. If it is a person who has never played before, then no, (it) is not a good beginner disc, just as any high speed anything. But if it is a player who has played a few times and is just getting into high speed stuff, then yes, it is considered a good starter disc." - Nick Maffei

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