Axiom Discs Fission Proxy – Simon Lizotte – Music City Open Championship Edition

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Why We Like Axiom Discs Fission Proxy Simon Lizotte – Music City Open Championship Edition

Ideal for Precision Shots

Its balanced flight characteristics and gentle fade make it perfect for threading through obstacles and landing near the basket.

Advanced Technology

The Fission Microbubble Technology and GYRO tech combine to offer unparalleled control and distance in a lightweight package.

Striking Design

The Music City Open Championship Edition boasts an eye-catching design, making it a standout disc on the course and a collector’s item.

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Axiom Discs Fission Proxy Simon Lizotte – Music City Open Championship Edition

Unleashing the Potential: A Disc Golfer’s Dream

The Axiom Discs Fission Proxy Simon Lizotte – Music City Open Championship Edition is not just a disc; it’s a statement in the disc golf world. Crafted for excellence and precision, this disc is an embodiment of innovation and performance, designed to redefine your game. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or an aspiring amateur, the Fission Proxy is your companion to success on the course.

Technical Brilliance and Design

Flight Characteristics

  • Speed: 3
  • Glide: 3
  • Stability: -1
  • Fade: 0.5

The Fission Proxy offers a unique combination of speed and glide that is perfect for controlled, accurate throws. The -1 stability rating ensures a slight turn for right-handed backhand throws, making it ideal for navigating those tricky lines. The modest fade of 0.5 ensures a reliable finish, essential for both approach shots and putting.

Fission Microbubble Technology

At the heart of this disc is Axiom’s revolutionary Fission Microbubble Technology. This cutting-edge technology creates lightweight drivers with a centralized weight distribution, enhancing control and distance. The GYRO technology, a hallmark of Axiom discs, further adds to the disc’s aerodynamic efficiency, ensuring a stable and balanced flight.

Design Aesthetics

The Music City Open Championship Edition is not just about performance; it’s also a work of art. The disc features a stunning design that stands out on the course. Its unique color scheme and stylish graphics reflect the disc golf spirit and are a tribute to Simon Lizotte’s excellence in the sport.

Perfect for a Variety of Shots

Whether you’re approaching the basket or need a reliable putter, the Fission Proxy excels in multiple roles. Its straight flight and gentle fade make it a go-to disc for challenging shots where precision is key. It’s also highly effective for beginners who need a forgiving, easy-to-throw disc.

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