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
Innova - TeeBird
Excellent for pin-point accuracy or distance, a very accurate and reliable driver. The TeeBird is one of Innova's most accurate and reliable fairway drivers. It has a combination of straight flight, high glide and good speed that make it accurate and long flying both upwind and downwind. It is a popular choice for pros including 12 time World Champion and Hall-of-Famer Ken Climo as well as 2009 World Champion Avery Jenkins. The Teebird is a very versatile driver; excellent for pin-point accuracy, distance, and sidearm.
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
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