This is another great stable flying fairway driver. The #3 Flyer was a favorite for experienced players for mid to long range straight shots. If you want an inexpensive, no nonsense, predictable straight flyer, then this is definitely worth considering.
The #3 Hyzer by Lightning is a very, very overstable disc with flight ratings of 4/4/0/4. Use this disc on mid-range shots which need to hook right into the target. This disc is also excellent for beginners, as the disc can come in lighter weights.
The flight ratings of the #3 Slice are 6/5/-3/1. As an understable disc, you’ll find the #3 Slice will work well for making those difficult shots that need a steep anhyzer throw. This is also a great choice for a mid-range disc for new disc golfers.
The third Hookshot in the Lightning lineup is recommended for shots from 250 to 300.’ The overstableness of the #3 Hookshot allows the disc to remain stable even when facing unexpected wind gusts. This disc is more of a mid-range than it is a driver, and floats in water, so long as it weighs less than 170 grams.
The Hookshot is no longer available
#3 Hookshot Quick Stats
Disc Width: 21.9cm (101.40% of average, 101.62% average <Midrange)
Disc Height: 2.1cm (104.63% of average, 106.54% average Midrange)
Interior Rim Height: 1.2cm (101.95% of average, 93.98% average Midrange)
Rim Width: 1.3cm (90.91% of average, 104.53% average Midrange)
The #4 Driver is a fairly stable fairway driver. This disc comes equipped with a moderate speed, substantial amounts of turn, and a fairly heavy fade. In light weights this disc will turn itself over and slice to its right. In heavy weights this disc is overstable and instead curves to the left.