The Heat™ debuted as the 2014 Ace Race proto and quickly caught fire with players for its control, glide and distance at slower arm speeds. It has a smaller rim for easier grip, and is being hailed as a breakthrough in delivering improved distance for new and developing players. 9, 6, -3, 1
This thin rim low profile midrange is perfect for touch approach shots. The Sol is a great disc for players of all skill level, allowing them to shape shots, weave through trees, and hit those difficult lines.
Thrasher - Distance Driver: Speed 12 | Glide 5 | Turn -3 | Fade 2 | Stability 0.4. The Thrasher is a high speed driver with an easy going turn for maximum distance at lower arm speeds.
The Dingo is the second released mould from Fourth Circle Discs, an Australian disc golf company. The Dingo is an overstable mid range, but not too overstable that all players won't find use for it. It is very reliable and has a slim feel in the hand.
The Firehawk is the first disc from Fourth Circle that is aimed towards beginners and lower arm speeds. However, the Firehawk will be useful when thrown by experienced and powerful throwers. It will flip up to flat when thrown with less speed, or will be a nice turnover fairway driver when thrown at higher speeds. No matter the arm, the Firehawk will be the perfect tool for your bag.
The Fourth Circle Huntsman is a big bead stable-overstable putter, great for driving and putting. Fourth Circle is the first Australian manufacturer of disc golf discs.
The Taipan is Fourth Circle's first PDGA approved disc. It is a fast, overstable driver to give you the confidence to throw in the wind.
An excellent stable to slightly overstable fairway driver, the Star Savant provides an option similar to the Thunderbird with extra glide and less fade. For players throwing an Eagle as a primary driver and wanting a disc that can take more speed and power—and offer more distance—they should look to the Savant. For Wraith lovers, the Savant has a similar flight when thrown with less power.
The Berg features an ergonomic thumb track which is prominent on the top side while not being noticeable at the bottom. This makes it feel very different from any other putter. Berg is Swedish for mountain.
This midrange disc from Kastaplast is slower than both the Kaxe and Kaxe-Z. As a slower disc, it tends to hold a line better when thrown for power or touch shots. With the Gote being a point and shoot style disc, it should be a disc almost anyone can pick up and throw. It has enough stability to be thrown with power and still have a slight fade at the end of its flight.
Charge into battle with the most overstable distance driver from Westside Discs, the War Horse. Combining higher speed with dependable stability, the War Horse can tackle strong winds and finish with consistency.
The Firebird is innova's most popular upwind distance driver/overstable driver. The Firebird’s combination of speed and stability make it possible to throw drives into the wind with confidence. An excellent disc for throwing long range flex shots. A favorite of sidearm and overhead throwers, too. This disc can fulfill a number of roles as your game develops, but not recommended for beginning players.