The Innova TL3 is a slightly modified, faster version of the Teebird Long disc golf disc.
Innova says: “The GStar TL3 is the evolution of the TL. Much like the longer faster TeeBird3, the TL3 has a bit more speed and a little less glide for more control. Think: TeeBird control, straighter flight AND finish.”
The worlds most popular fairway driver now has a new enhanced mold. The all new TeeBird3 is a sleeker, faster, version of the stable fairway driver hundreds of thousands of disc golfers have learned to trust.
The TeeBird 3 disc golf disc utilizes a flatter top than the original TeeBird. It is slightly faster (speed 8) but glides less (4) which help this disc to be even more precise and accurate. This target-specific fairway driver will go exactly where you want. The initial run of the TeeBird3 is available in grippy GStar plastic.
The Mantis is a reliable fairway driver released as the 2013 Ace Race disc in Titanium plastic. The Mantis gives us a straight flight path with a comfortable feel and an excellent glide. The later runs have slight variations in that they have a slightly lower profile and has a bit more dome to it, thus making it easier to control.
The Apache is a super-straight fairway driver made by Gateway. This disc is sure to be an easy to control flyer.
The Apache is available in both Sure Grip and ultra durable Evolution plastics. Both these plastics are durable and will be able to handle a lot of shots before their flight path is altered. This frisbee is really fun to throw.
The Shock is a thin fairway driver that is supposed to be more stable than the Volt, and offer excellent glide. The Shock turns less, but has a more than average fading throw than the aforementioned Volt. For power throwers that find the Volt flippy, the stability the Shock offers is why this is a popular disc. The Shock is available in MVP’s quality Neutron plastic, which is a hard smooth plastic that glides well. Like all MVP discs, the Shock uses GYRO Technology to maximize control and forward glide.
The MVP is a straight flying disc which tends to be slightly overstable. Depending on the amount of snap when thrown, the Volt can have a decent fade at the end of its flight. The GYRO Technology in this disc makes it the goto for long, tight fairway shots. The disc is also designed to sit down where it lands, which remedies the unpredictability which typically happens after a disc has landed. This disc is a great addition to any disc golfers bag and is excellent for beginner and intermediate players.
The Vision is a great fairway driver for newer disc golfers, and is a great way to experience the quality of latitude 64s’ discs. This disc is understable and gifts us with a perfect combination of speed, turn, and glide to give players the maximum distance. When thrown with enough power, the flight pattern of this disc will resemble an “S” — a high degree of high speed turn that is followed by a significant amount of low speed fade.
The XS held the world distance record in 2001. this relatively stable flying fairway has a stability rating of 1, so long as it’s in the Elite X plastic. This disc is a consistent flyer for beginners and intermediates alike.
The XS is available in the mid grade Elite-X plastic as well as the clear durable Elite Z. If you’re looking for something with a little more personality, this disc is available dyed in both plastics.
Looking for a straight flying, accurate fairway driver? The Discraft XL is a stable distance driver you may want to consider. In Pro-D plastic, Discraft gives the XL a stability rating of 0, meaning the overall flight path is going to be straight. In this plastic, the XL lowest weight comes in at 150 grams. In other plastics it will have a slight fade more than it will turn (Ever so slightly.)
The XL is one of Discraft more popular discs. This disc is mostly used by pros but is also a good driver choice for beginners. This disc is available in all the popular plastics Discraft makes: Pro-D, Elite-X, Elite-Z, ESP, and the soft flexible FLX.
One interesting thing about the XL is that the stability varies in almost every plastic type. While the stability in Pro D is (0), it is 1 in Elite X, 1.2 in FLX, and 1.5 in EXP and Elite Z.
If you want a more colorful disc, consider buying the XL dyed in Elite X and Elite Z plastics.