Latitude 64° Royal Grand Grace – First Run
Grace is all about smooth distance. It has the control of a fairway driver, and the distance of a high speed driver. That combined with a neutral flight and great glide makes the Grace a versatile distance driver for the masses. Throw with Grace!
GRAND – the new premium plastic: Grand is the durable premium plastic in our Royal Line. Grand has great grip that will not fail you, no matter the outside circumstances. It features a soft feel and a rigid rim with perfect flex.
THE ROYAL LINE: The Latitude 64° Royal Line takes disc golf quality one step further with the innovative NexEdge and NexFeel technologies. The days of sharp flashing are gone as the NexEdge process provides a buttery smooth feel to the bottom and outer parts of the rim. NexFeel is our new polishing technology enhancing the grip and feel of the whole disc surface. Want the best? The Royal discs are made for you.
NexEdge: The days of sharp flashing are gone. The Royal discs will have a smooth feel on the outer and bottom part of the rim thanks to our NexEdge trimming process.
NexFeel: Latitudes’ new mold polish technology in our Royal discs enhances the grip ability of the plastic surface. They’re adjusting the plastic to achieve the optimal feel and flex of each mold in the Royal line-up.
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I will still rate the Wraith as one of the best 11 speed straight/stable drivers ever made. However, Innova throwers will know the variability that comes with each mold + plastic combination, which makes it fun to experiment but frustrating as well given the time needed to get what you want. Seeing as I already have a stable Wraith in the bag which I use for windy 110m+ control drives, these Graces slot in very nicely as the no-wind alternatives which will give me an extra 10m with no extra effort. They are pretty stable up to about 80m, after which point I hyzer flip them to keep them straight. At 100m+ I can give it a proper swing on full hyzer and it stands up beautifully provided I push it to apex at least 15m high, before it glides gently back to fade on the target line. At max power, it does tend to flip over a little too much for me (which is also an issue in headwinds) and I would choose to disc up to a Destroyer or PD2 instead of trying to judge the perfect hyzerflip release angle, but you might have different ideas. I have absolutely been able to hit some gorgeous hyzerflip S-lines out to 130m+ but it is mostly by luck that it lands anywhere close to target at that range! On the forehand, it really shines for full power stand up shots from 70m to 90m. The glide seems to do all the work for you and it is just about stable enough for the torque, as long as you give it a relatively flat release.
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