The MD3 is a notch faster midrange, thus giving it more distance potential. The MD3 also holds lines very well, so whether you are going for a hyzer or anhyzer shot, it holds the angle very well throughout the flight. Straight shots stay straight also if given enough power.
Good choice for: Versatile approach disc, straight drives, all skill levels
Discmania - FD
The first fairway driver by Discmania was an instant hit as soon as it was released, and to date is still one of their most sold discs. It flies straight like a midrange, but the exceptional glide gives it extra range without sacrificing any lateral accuracy. So don't let the speed 7 fool you, this disc will fly far.
Good choice for: Straight fairway drives, turnovers, rollers, for beginners, advanced and pro players alike
Discmania - FD3
The FD3 is Discmania's most stable fairway driver. For many players it will be a utility driver that only comes out in specific situations, like in strong headwinds or to cut tight corners. For players with more arm speed, it will hold a straight line for a longer time, before the inevitable fade. The FD3 is no stone without any glide though. For a skilled player it can adapt to many special throws like skip shots, upside-down shots and flex shots.
Good choice for: Intermediate and advanced players, headwind drives, hyzer shots, flex shots
Discmania - PD
The PD is perhaps Discmania's most versatile driver, good for many different uses. When new, it is pretty overstable, but in different plastic types and stages of wear it can attack several different lines. It is good for hyzer shots, flicks, S-curves and so on. Many top ranked players in the world have one or more PDs in their bag for different situations.
Good choice for: Long drives, controlled drives, flicks, advanced and pro players
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