A long time favorite of Pros and Ams alike, the Rancho Roc has earned its place among Innova's premier line of plastic.
The Innova Roc is simply the best, most versatile mid range driver Innova makes. It provides accuracy at any range. This disc can take and hold the angle of release, even into a headwind. It can be used for driving, upshots, straight shots, hyzer shots or anhyzers.
The Roc ages gradually and predictably, becoming an excellent slow turning disc as it wears. If you’re not sure what golf disc to throw, choose the Roc, just like most of the Innova Pros that have at least one if not 4 or 5 Rocs in their bag. It is the preferred mid range disc golf disc for 12 time World Champion, Ken Climo.
It is a great choice for an experienced player's utility disc, hyzer shots, anhyzer shots, turnover shots when worn, sidearm approaches, and players who like to carry several versions of the same disc in various states of wear. It's the number one professional mid range disc. It is very reliable at the high speeds that pros throw. It ages slowly, becoming an excellent slow turning disc as it wears.
INNOVA Star Line is created with a special blend of grippy, resilient polymers. Star Plastic offers the same outstanding durability of our regular Champion Plastic, plus improved grip. Star discs have the same flight rating characteristics of Champion discs. High performance, longevity, and superior grip make Innova Star discs the ideal choice for experienced throwers.
COLOR AND WEIGHT
The color of the disc you recieve will not nessecarily be the color shown on this picture. You can tell us your color and weight preferences when you order with us, and we will see what we can do for you.
THE CHOICE OF YOUR FRISBEE
Discgolf discs are not designed to throw and catch. For experienced throwers it is possible, especially with a putter or midrange disc. If you want a disc to play throw and catch, we advise you not to take a discgolf disc, but a disc from the section Ultimate Frisbees in our left menu serves this pupose better. You can find more advice on choosing your frisbee in our FAQ.