The Hummingbird Landslide Plastic is the go to putter for those “must make” straight putts. We have all used a putter that likes to fade right at the last second, miss the basket and roll 25 feet in the other direction. The Hummingbird Landslide Plastic has very little fade and holds its line all the way until it grabs onto the chains and finds the basket. This disc is also a very reliable approach or throwing putter! With having a slight fade and little to no turn, it will hold its straight line for those tight approach shots.
Speed: 2 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
Approved Date: Jan 19, 2021 Certification Number: 21-7
Max Weight: 176.0gr Diameter: 21.2cm Height: 2.0cm Rim Depth: 1.5cm Rim Thickness: 0.9cm Inside Rim Diameter: 19.3cm Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio: 7.1% Rim Configuration: 52.50 Flexibility: 6.25kg
Custom engineered blend of plastic that produces a durable, grippy disc great for both feel & performance! This polymer offers one of the best in hand feel for a disc in the sport! This plastic blend offers amazing grip and feel even under the harshest of conditions weather it be, rain, snow or shine. We use a special blend of thermoplastic vulcanized rubber (TPV), this provides almost a car tire like feel.
Our Firm flex is a stiffer material that is difficult to bend and flex. Our Soft flex is a more flexible material but not too soft.
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Species Facts: Contrary to popular belief, almost 10% of Hummingbird species are endangered or critically endangered. Hummingbirds are birds native to the Americas and constituting the biological family Trochilidae. They are the smallest of birds, most species measuring 7.5–13 cm in length. The smallest extant hummingbird species is the 5 cm bee hummingbird, which weighs less than 2.0 g
COMMON NAME: Hummingbird Lifespan: 3 – 5 years Speed: 49 mph (Maximum speed) Scientific name: Trochilidae Mass: about 0.11 oz Length: about 3 – 3.5 in
- – Of the 338 known species, 16 breed in the U.S.
- – Hummers are found only in the Americas.
- – Hummingbirds migrate in the fall or spring at a time determined by genetic programming.
- – It is illegal to possess a hummingbird, feather, nest or any part of it without a permit.
- – Do not care for an injured or baby hummingbird without the assistance of a licensed wildlife rehabilitator.
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