The Lucky 13 is arguably one of the most understable drivers on the market. Upon release the disc sharply turns into an anhyzer angle, it then sails far with that flight angle, and gradually fades back to the ground shortly thereafter. After a bit of fine tuning in your throw, this is a great proves to be a great choice for practiced disc golfers who want some easy distance. For players with a strong snap, this disc will just be too understable.
The Roadrunner is perfect for giving new disc golfers more distance. This disc has a high degree of turn (-4) and exceptional glide. For disc golfers who don’t regularly turn discs over, the Roadrunner will minimize fade and fly farther.
The Roadrunner is one of a few distance drivers that comes in glow plastic. Adding to the awesomeness of the glow, it is available in glow Champion plastic – you’re going to have this disc for a long time. This disc will most likely see more play during the night than any other disc.
The Innova Monarch is a high speed distance driver that provides maximum distance for intermediate golfers. This is a very understable disc, but, due to the fact this disc comes equipped with some higher speed, it proves too be much for beginners. Unlike most understable discs, this disc is actually a pretty great choice for forehand shots. This disc comes equipped with some excellent glide.
The Avenger was a popular Discraft mold, so why not produce it in a Super Stable version? That’s exactly what Discraft did, and the Avenger SS has become more popular than the mold which it is was craft after. If you’re an intermediate player who is looking for more distance with their backhand shots this is the disc for you. This understable disc is fast, but doesn’t require so much speed, therefore it wont prematurely fade before achieving the max distance. This disc will turn, glide, and go farther than any other disc in you arsenal. Discraft gives the Avenger SS a stability rating of .5.
The TD Rush is a great distance driver for golfers who don’t like really fat rims. The Rush provides some impressive glide and understable turning while in flight and allows for some great, easy distance for intermediate golfers.
The Rush is available in two quality plastics — the ultra durable C-Line, and the durable yet grippy S-Line.
The TD2 Fever is a great high speed understable disc. This discs -4 turning radius allows for a lot more with distance with reduced power, and offers us incredible gliding capabilities. This baby makes a great distance driver for the intermediate players and for pros it provides longer turning shots.
The ABC Secret Weapon is an ideal disc for beginner golfers to figure out how to capitalize on using some solid hyzer throwing. The Secret Weapon is rated as 10/5/-3/2, and is an understable driver capable of a long flying S-Curve. Available only in ABC’s Gold Plastic.