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The Claymore and Dagger discs from Latitude 64° were PDGA Approved as of 4-13-2014.

"The Claymore disc will hit the ground running when it is released as the midrange for this year’s Trilogy Challenge. It has a small dome and comfortable grip combined with a neutral flight that will suit most players. Compared to existing Latitude molds it will be slightly more overstable than the very popular Fuse. The regular Claymore release after the Trilogy Challenge will be in Opto on August 23rd when the Trilogy Öppet is held in Emporia, KS."

"The Dagger disc has been developed in co-operation with Dave Feldberg and is a deep dish, beaded putter. Feldberg says the Dagger is comparable to a big bead aviar, wizard, challenger, etc., but deeper with more float. It has a flush feel that fills the hand while providing excellent ability to float into the chains at medium speed, reducing the risk of long comeback putts or rollaways." - by Latitude 64°