Fourth Circle Taipan
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.
The Zephyr is a throw and catch disc. It has long been a favorite for the Overall events of Discathon and Accuracy (160 grams). The Zephyr is great at the beach, at the park or on the disc golf course. The Zephyr has a very straight and true flight characteristic.
Our most popular high speed driver, the Westside King is our fastest disc for all levels of players. The farthest flying disc in our line the King is designed to allow the average player to experience a long distance flight. It has a good grip and a nice high dome. It traps the air and rides on it like you have never seen before. For professional players the King will be your longest flying disc and roller in your bag. For lower speed arms this will finally give you that full flight you always wanted on the course. The King comes in VIP, VIP Air, and Tournament plastics. Westside King is a PDGA approved disc.
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 Rhyno is an overstable putt and approach disc that can handle headwinds. Great for players with lots of throwing power as the Rhyno stops on a dime and stays close to the basket. It is a must have disc for short to medium up shots and putting into the wind.
The Discraft Nuke is one of the most popular distance drivers in the world. This fast flying driver has an ultra-thick rim (2.5cm) and maintains maximum speed for a long time. While this disc is ultra-fast, it is relatively stable for power throwers and had a Discraft stability rating of just 1.6. Seize the power!
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.