The Cypress was originally launched as an overstable distance driver that had flight numbers of 12/4/0/3 but has since been retooled to be more friendly for throwers of all skill levels. The retooled Cypress has flight numbers of 12/5/-2/2 and has a slightly more blunt rim edge. Make sure to note whether you are purchasing a first run or a production run, since they are quite different.
The Meteor Hammer is a double-overmold putter and the double-overmold discs are a Yikun specialty! The Meteor Hammer is not like it’s counterpart, the Hammer (Chui). The Meteor Hammer is a rounded putter that has a dead straight flight path to a slightly understable one. It’s really nice for putting and driving alike, if you take a bit of heat off the drives you give this disc.
The Gou (Chinese for Sky Dog) is a very understable fairway driver that is ideal for beginners. The Gou is a disc that gives some very easy distance for beginning players learning how to throw. For players with more experience, the Gou is a great choice for straight line hyzer flip shots.
The Swan 1 Reborn uses the mold of the original Westside Swan that was discontinued, but that has now been brought back. This Swan version is more understable than the newer Swan 2, which has been around for a few years. For any arm speed, this disc is an amazingly straight disc, right out of the box. This is a great putter for long straight putts.
When the wind is blowing all other discs off course and you need a disc that will be an overstable mid-range, look no further than the Anvil. The Anvil offers good speed for a mid-range, and more stability than the Bard. One may think this disc to be a beadless Justice with a little bit more glide.
Westside Discs’ Destiny is an understable super-high speed driver. This disc has two undeniable aspects to it- speed and glide. This beauty really gets out there. For high arm speeds, you will still see great distance when throwing a lower power throw. For arms with lower speeds, this disc will become a reliable long distance bomber. It is said each person has their own Destiny. Sounds like it may not be a bad idea to buy this disc!
The Vibram Notch is a massively overstable fairway driver that is sure to impress. Vibram describes the Notch like this, “It can handle tons of power, laughs at winds, and still gives a good amount of glide. A comfortable grip provides a consistent release making this one of our most reliable discs. The Notch is the disc with a strong flight and heavy fade you crave. Take the O-Lace and Solace, marry them, and give them a small winged child – that’s the Notch.”
The STARi is a brand new disc from Prodiscus. This disc claims that it will be a great choice for anhyzer shots. That will be entirely up to you, as to whether or not it is up to the challenge of a anhyzer.
FASTi lives up to its namesake– it is a fast driver! Though rated as a high speed driver, it is a manageable disc that beginners can use and they don’t need serious arm speed. The FASTi is equipped with an amazing glide and has a dependable finishing fade.
The MVP Impulse is the fourth true distance driver introduced to the MVP Disc Golf discs line was made available June 20th, 2014. The Impulse is more understable than the MVP Inertia and extends the range of Switch and provides maximum distance for moderate arm disc golfers..Disc golfers with big arms will find this as a useful utility driver for tailwinds, and beginners will find this as a driver that will flat out provide more distance.