The CD2 quickly surpassed the CD in popularity. It offers you a humongous amount of control, along with sneaky distance for a disc with only a speed rating of 9. The CD2 is suitable to be the all-around general use driver for a range of skill levels, and by firing it at different launch angles you can get various flight patterns out of it.
Good choice for: Controlled drives, straight shots, turnovers, maximum distance drives, for all skill levels
Innova - TeeBird3
The TeeBird3 represents the evolution of the TeeBird. Many people have described a lot of discs as a "faster TeeBird", but this is the real deal. The flat flight plate promotes speed while reducing glide, effectively producing consistent, accurate flights. This is a point and shoot, target specific fairway driver.
The TeeBird3 is faster with less glide, and has the same trusted turn and fade flight ratings as the original TeeBird.
Good choice for: Accurate shot-shaping, 'Go-To' fairway driver, faster TeeBird with less glide
Latitude 64° - Spark
Control and stability, that is what the Spark is all about. Designed to be the workhorse for accurate fairway drives, you can rely on the Spark’s dependable fade and stable performance in the air. The Spark is useful in many ways and is perfect for thumbers and forehand shots. The Spark was designed in cooperation with pro disc golfer David Feldberg.
Good choice for: Dependable fade on fairway shots, thumbers, forehand shots
Prodigy - F5
The Prodigy Disc F5 is a high speed, stable to under stable fairway driver. It is designed for all skill levels and flies extremely far and incredibly straight. The F5 will turn up slightly when thrown hard it will go into a long glide before finishing gently to the stable side.
Good choice for: Neutral flights, versatile fairway driver
Axiom - Clash
The Clash is a unique line-shaping complement to the Crave, built to open up more lines on the fairway. Wherever the Crave is too straight or doesn’t fade enough, the Clash picks up and shines. High-power throws will activate a greater turning phase than the Crave to shape lines; however, at any power level, the Clash will fade more than the Crave. This yields a responsive and rangeable fairway driver.
Good choice for: Predictable fairway lines, reliable finishes
Dynamic Discs - Convict
The Convict is perfect for those times when you need a straight disc for most of the shot but have to have some stability at the end of the flight. The Convict can also hold the anhyzer you give it before coming back to flat. This disc allows for you to shape your shots to avoid all of the obstacles that are trying to increase your scores.
Good choice for: Straight shots with reliable late fade, shot shaping
Latitude 64° - Saint
Saint is a highly praised control driver – both among amateurs and pros. When you need a disc with good distance and perfect accuracy the Saint will deliver. Saint will be a straight shooter for drives up to 350 ft and has excellent glide. Saint also has a big brother – the slightly more stable Saint Pro.
Good choice for: Intermediate players looking for more distance, throwers seeking more glide, easy shot shaping
Latitude 64° - Pioneer
When you're first on the tee and the wind hits your face, you need something you can trust. The Pioneer is an overstable fairway driver made for reliability and consistency. It has a flat top which makes it a great choice for sidearms. With a good amount of speed and a strong fade it is a versatile tool in any bag.
Good choice for: Strong headwinds, sidearm throws
Westside Discs - Ahti
When you're stepping up to heavy wind, your choice should be the Westside Discs Ahti. It is designed to be a really overstable fairway driver which will be useful for spike hyzers, flex shots, and windy days. Grab the Ahti and save some strokes.
Good choice for: Spike hyzers, flex shots, windy days
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