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.
The Innova DX Roc is a workhorse disc that ushered in the era of the mid-ranges when it was approved by the PDGA in 1987.
Team Innova veteran Philo Brathwaite has bagged the DX Roc since his early days playing Oak Grove in Pasadena, CA. “I threw that thing all the time until I got my first ace. That’s what really got me hooked on the DX Roc was how straight I could make it fly, how well I could control it, and how predictable it was,” he said.
Dave Dunipace, Innova co-founder and designer of every Innova disc, says “The original Roc was a 175-gram Roc and it was a really good point-and-shoot stable, small flyer and it was a basically as our first foray into mid-ranges along with the XD.” Dave wanted more torque resistance from the original the design so he created a wider diameter, 180-gram version that would become the Roc of today.