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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
The Raptor is speed 9 disc with a flat top and overstable finish. It is designed to slice through the air in any weather conditions for reliable flight. You'll find that the Raptor feels extremely comfortable as a forehand and backhand driver.
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.
Raid the sky with the new distance driver from Dynamic Discs. This overstable driver is similar to the Destroyer by Innova.
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 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.
Invictus means “unconquered” in Latin and for long-range throws into a headwind, there’s no equal. Some pros refer to the Star Invictus as a “faster Firebird.” Innova Star Team’s Garrett Gurthie says, “If you think you have the power, you need this disc.”
The Innova TeeBird3 is the sleeker, faster, version of the most popular fairway driver in the world that hundreds of thousands of disc golfers have learned to trust. The '3' utilizes a flatter top than the original TeeBird. It is slightly faster (speed 8) but glides less (4) which help this disc to be even more precise and accurate. This target-specific fairway driver will go exactly where you want.
When you need the distance but you do not want to compromise on control, the Recoil fits the bill. Rated
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.
Tired of choosing between speed and accuracy? With the Ballista, you can get the best of two worlds. One of the fastest discs in the world combined with a dependable flight pattern makes the Ballista a must-have in the bag. It will be overstable for beginners and slightly understable for experienced players. Speed: 14 Glide: 4 Turn: -0.5 Fade: 4
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.