Dyed Midnight Flyer Quake #6
DGA is excited to offer some one-of-a-kind hand dyed discs in several mold options. These amazing dyes were done in collaboration with local artist Dom’s Dyes, who’s mission is to further spread the love of disc golf with custom discs featuring original and unique artwork from Santa Cruz, CA. Look through the options below to find one or more that may catch your eye. When you select a disc from the menu, it should display a specific photo, and that is the exact disc you are purchasing. There is only one of each unique disc so act quickly before they are gone!
The DGA Quake midrange disc is a trustworthy overstable midrange that brings confidence in all wind conditions. This disc will hold a consistent flight path when thrown both backhand and forehand. The Quake will keep your midrange game consistent and simple with a comfortable rim and very flat top, which ensures a clean and easy release for all.
Ken and Ed Headrick released the original DGA Midnight Flyers series back in the early days of disc golf in 1978. The new Midnight Flyer series saw its first disc in 2013, on the 35th anniversary of the original launch. To date, five different discs have been released in the new Midnight Flyer series. For the sixth disc in the new Midnight Flyer series, the Quake was selected to be #6.
- Overstable Midrange With Consistent Fade
- Flat Top
- Comfortable Rim That is Easy to Grip
- Speed: 5, Glide: 3 , Turn: 0, Fade: 3
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Midnight Flyer – A Brief History
“Steady” Ed Headrick released the Midnight Flyer, the original disc designed specifically for the sport of Disc Golf, in 1978. The glow properties of the original Midnight Flyer not only opened up the ability to play disc golf at night, but more significantly added substantial weight to the disc making it an immediate player favorite. The added weight gave players the ability to throw much farther distances, and for years the Midnight Flyer held the distance record for disc flight. The original Midnight Flyers were sold in sets of 8 discs and are highly prized collectibles to this day.
Midnight Flyers Today
DGA introduced a new Midnight Flyer series in 2013, on the 35th anniversary of the original launch. The DGA Squall was selected to be the first in the series, using current flying disc technology as a way to honor the legacy of these legendary discs. To date, five different discs have been released in the new Midnight Flyer series, with the Quake now being #6. Be a part of disc golf history and grab a Midnight Flyer Quake while you can!