MVP has this to say about there electric disc: “The Tesla’s responsive design balances a subtle turn and reliable fade, while a pronounced glide and forward finish gain extra distance. The Tesla extends high power or headwind lines and has plenty of bite to fade back reliably and reduce lateral drift. The Tesla can be considered the big brother to our acclaimed Volt fairway driver. Choose the Tesla for long-range pinpoint accuracy.”
The Inertia is said to be a “controllable distance driver” with GYRO Push that gives throwers increased control for distance drives. The understable profile of this disc gives excellent distance to power throwers on hyzerflip shots. For less experienced players, the Inertia provides a neutral flight path with a relatively straight distance.
The Jun is a fast understable/stable distance driver that is a great choice for intermediate disc golfers. This disc gives straight line distance off of a backhand throw, the Jun is definitely a disc you will want in your arsenal.
Dynamic Discs long distance driver promises max distance for intermediate-experienced disc golfers. With a powerful throw into headwinds or rollers, the Renegade shows its abilities in being a very understable disc.
This disc possesses an impressive degree of high speed turn, impressive gliding capabilities, and significant low speed fade. The Dynamic Discs Renegade available in transparent Lucid plastic, as well as Fuzion plastic for the Eric McCabe series, and the most affordable BioFuzion plastic.
The Medusa by Skyquest is a long distance disc with a perfect mix of speed, glide, turn and fade. This disc is fast! It maintains its speed courtesy thanks to it’s thin and thick rim The flight rating for the Medusa is 11/5/-2/2. Unlike the L13, which shows its understability from launch, the Medusa gently turns, maintains a straight flight line, and then gently fades into it’s landing destination.
The Innova Krait is one of the straightest flying distance drivers made by Innova. This new disc, released in fall of 2012, boasts of being one of the most stable discs currently on the market. Though this disc may be an extra tall distance driver (2.3 cm) it still comes equipped with an average rim depth and still ends up flying fast. The Krait provides intermediate players with more distance and proves to be an excellent forehand distance driver.
The Riot is a slightly overstable disc that was designed for professional disc golfers, but is friendly enough that intermediate players can use it as well. This disc is a tall driver (1.9cm) with an average sized rim (22cm) for maximum distance drivers.It’s recommended for “low hard shots under trees” and as your primary disc driver over open fields, and is a great disc for both forehand and backhand shots.
The Riot no longer in stock.
Riot Quick Stats
Disc Width: 21.2cm (97.87% of average, 100.19% average Distance Driver)
Disc Height: 1.9cm (94.67% of average, 115.07% average Distance Driver)
Interior Rim Height: 1.2cm (101.95% of average, 101.51% average Distance Driver)
Rim Width: 2.2cm (150.39% of average, 104.02% average Distance Driver)
Go with the Flow. The Latitude 64 Flow has been put to the test and the results show that this is one of the BEST discs for forehand drives for intermediate players. This disc has the right sized rim (2.2cm) and comes equipped with the right amount of speed, glide, turn, and fade, providing a consistent release and maximum distance. The Flow glides farther than practically any other disc on the market. This relatively stable distance driver is also an excellent choice for backhand shots as well.
The ultra-popular and more understable version of the Discraft Surge. The ‘SS’ comes equipped with a straighter edge that enhances control-ability and minimizes low speed fade, allowing this disc to fly even farther for the less powerful players.
The Surge SS works well for both forehand and backhand drives, and is available in ultra durable Elite Z plastic as well as all FLX. If you want to add some color to your Surge SS, this disc is available dyed in the Champion plastic.
The Astra is one of the best high speed distance drivers for beginners and intermediate players. For the standard backhand throw, this disc will probably fly farther than any other disc in your bag. This disc turns, glides, and then fades back for an overall stable flight that is definitely better than any other disc.The Millennium Astra comes in two different quality plastics. The standard plastic is a quality mid grade blend that produces an excellent grip no matter the weather condition. Quantum plastic is more durable and will maintain it’s flight consistency for much longer periods of time.