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The Innova XT Invader Disc Golf Putter offers players a flat topped disc with a bead. It's a fantastic choice to putt with or to approach with.
The flight path of the Invader is straight with a light hyzer finish at the end. As a putting putter it's perfect at straight distances up to 35 feet, once you go beyond that you'll need to add a little more height and let the disc hyzer into the chains. As a throwing putter the Invader is very similar to the Bullfrog but with added torque resistance. It has a bead and is slightly taller, so if you throw it hard it won't flip over and ride the anhyzer. The Invader will fly straight and then hyzer out at the end. It's an excellent approach disc as it's shallow enough for a forehand player to use easily.
XT plastic is a slightly more grippy and durable plastic than baseline plastic like DX. This is perfect for the Invader because you're using it to hit the chains and stick, or hit the ground and stick. It's not as overstable right out of the box as champion plastic, and it's going to last longer than DX.
The XT Invader is a disc that's excellent for putting with. You can rely on this disc to have that little hyzer tail at the end of the flight and to still spend most of the time going straight. With the XT plastic you're getting great grip, good durability, and it's available at a solid price. Snag one of these today and see how much your game improves.