Octane falls in the general stability lineage of Switch, Amp, Inertia, and Wave, with a slow-turning profile that holds long and straight until its fade finish. The 23mm Octane is designed to be relatively less understable than its 21.5mm counterpart Wave. Average throwers should see straight flights with a bit of shallow turn, while power throwers will be able to hyzerflip for max distance and tailwind lines.
Good choice for: Tailwind lines, hyzerflips, long distance shot shaping
MVP - Catalyst
The Catalyst is a perfect starter for big distance. Its stability profile lends itself to being incredibly useful even when underpowered. Catalyst is similar to a longer Wave. High power throwers will be able to control rollers, sky anhyzers, and tight turns, while average to low power players will get easy distance with great glide, and a power responsive amount of turn-to-straight. The Catalyst is molded with the same core and nice even dome as the Octane, yielding extra glide for maximum distance shots.
Good choice for: Rollers, sky anhyzers, tight turns
MVP - Resistor
The Resistor is part of a new slower family of fairway drivers with a more controllable speed. The combination of its flat overstable profile and GYRO® technology allows it to resist turn and experience a strong reliable fade.
Good choice for: Turn resistant fairway drives and reliable fade on powerful fairway drives, headwinds, utility fairway driver
MVP - Relativity
The Relativity has a useful understable profile that allows controllable turnovers, rollers, and high line distance shots. While its net landing spot will normally be to the understable side of its launch point, the Relativity’s high speed design forces an ending fade that nicely pans out of turnovers and high lines to prevent unwanted rollers.