The Discraft Spectra is a fast driver that takes the high speed turn and sharp end flight fade to a higher degree. This disc is made for a headwind and less powerful throwers. It farther with less effort. This disc is only available in a unique Elite Z Super color plastic. If you’re looking for a driver that can go the distance, like Hercules, and looks sharp then this is the disc you want.
Discraft gives the Spectra a stability rating of 1.0.
You can tell just by looking at the TeeDevil this disc is made for distance because of it’s super wide rim and thin. The TeeDevil slices through the air in a surprisingly straight trajectory, if thrown with the right control. It is not the best disc for beginners, because a slight adjustment in the angle thrown could cause a large difference in the flight path. For intermediate players and pros who have a strong snap and great control, you can get some great distance off this disc. It is not easily gripped by every player, as it does have a very wide rim at 2.4cm – the width of this rim almost pushes the PDGA approval limit.
For all players, the disc has a hint of understability mid flight, but with a gentle slower glide, the overstability brings this disc back down to earth.
The Wahoo is the fastest speed floating golf disc on the market, and as such a disc you want in your arsenal. This is a fairly stable driver with substantial turn (-2) and significant fade (2). The Wahoo is a thick bulky driver with a very wide 2.4cm rim. It is available in a version of Innova Pro plastic that can float.
The DGA Hurricanes wide rim and excellent glide provide better stability for this distance driver. For power throwers, this disc will definitely go the distance and then some. This disc goes farther than any other disc DGA has made. For beginner and intermediate players, the Hurricane will feel more overstable. It is available in both the ProLine and super durable SP-Line plastics.