Fairway Drivers

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Best Fairway Drivers

As for determining the best fairway driver, the Innova TeeBird dominates. Everyone who has rated and reviewed this disc says it is a “must have.” Other popular fairway drivers include the Latitude 64 River, Innova Leopard, and Discmania Jackal.

[one_third][three_fourth]Innova Teebird[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/5/0/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Latitude 64 River[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/7/-2/1[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Discraft XL[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]8/5/-1/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Discmania Jackal[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/6/-1/1[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Discraft Stalker[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]8/5/-1/1[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Leopard[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]6/5/-2/1[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Vibram Trak[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/4/-1/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Eagle[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/4/-1/3[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Latitude 64 XXX[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/2/0/5[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Banshee[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]7/3/0/3[/one_fourth_last][/one_third][two_third_last]Best Fairway Drivers Out There.[/two_third_last]

Feedback & Reviews on the Innova TeeBird:

[quote][one_half]The teebird is an extremely reliable, straight shooting fairway disc. I love using this disc on straighter shots, wooded holes, just for about any shot in the fairway. If I were to recommend an innova fairway driver I would say that the Teebird (or eagle) is (are) a perfect choice(s).

– Dylan

[/one_half][one_half_last]… by FAR my favorite second shot disc. It is as reliable from 150′ out as it is from 40′. Also serves as an accurate “light touch” forehand drive disc on shorter holes. Generally a consistent accurate disc when thrown on a flat line ….

– Dean


Feedback & Reviews on the Latitude 64 River:

[quote][one_half]GIlde baby glide…The RIver has become my go to for tunnel shots and really holds any line that you put it on. Great for me out to about 400′. I find this disc to fit well in my hands and it make me feel really confident.

– Hampton

[/one_half][one_half_last]Talk about a great disc! This disc holds a straight line with an amazing amount of glide. It is the perfect disc for those tight wooded courses where accuracy is a must. This disc is a must have for any player!

– Josh


Feedback & Reviews on the Discraft XL:

[quote][one_half]At one point in time, this and the Eagle were the ultimate distance drivers and battling it out head to head. The Eagle is a tick more stable than the XL out of the box, which makes the XL a little more useful to beginner players.

– Andrew

[/one_half][one_half_last]I highly recommend the elite x XL for all beginners looking to add distance to their game. This disc paired with a comet will teach you the ins and outs of the game. Slow, smooth form is highly rewarded with these two discs and after you start speeding it up with the right form, these discs will only get better and your game as well! Straight, nice glide, and negligible fade.

– Whitefedora


Feedback & Reviews on the Discmania Jackal:

[quote][one_half]If you need a fairway driver that holds true with a slight fade, this is the disc for you! It feels great, flies straight and fades late. This disc has added a whole new dimension to my game. Just wait, you’ll see.

– Josh

[/one_half][one_half_last]The S-line FD is a very neutral flyer. It will hold a hyzer or anhyzer line well. The C-line FD is more high speed stable with a touch more fade. Great for a light wind and a predictable flight. It’s like a Leopard that can take more power. The glide one these is amazing. The FD is also a very forgiving disc.

– Rick


Feedback & Reviews on the Discraft Stalker:

[quote][one_half]The Z Stalker probably doesn’t get as much credit as it deserves. It’s a solid fairway driver that can get the average arm out to 300-320 feet or so. It flies straight and doesn’t get too fussy with the wind. The Ti plastic gives the Stalker just a slight bit more fade tacked on the end.

– Kevin

[/one_half][one_half_last]Gentle fade at the end of the flight. Can handle just about any line I’ve thrown it on.. Rarely skips more than 5 feet after impact and handles sidearm throws extremely well. I pull one out of the bag for shots around 275-300ft every time. Buy one, toss it around awhile and watch yourself start to park your drives. One of my favorite discs…

– CaliZac89


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Leopard:

[quote][one_half]One of the greatest discs ever. It is a must have for beginners and essentially is a great disc for more advance players as well. DX plastic Leopards can be beat in and used for hyzer-flips to max out distance, could be used as a long range roller, and is overall an amazing shot shaping disc. I love it (in every plastic mold I’ve tried) and will continue to use throughout the rest of my life.

– Dylan

[/one_half][one_half_last]This disc has been my favorite go-to driver since I have started playing. I play primarily wooded courses which require dead on accuracy and very little room to work lines. The leopard is able to lock right onto a straight line and glide for days. At lighter weights, I use it for turnover shots and distance eating flex shots.

– Laramie


Feedback & Reviews on the Vibram Trak:

[quote][one_half]I love this disc. It was my first Vibram disc and I immediately ran out and bought the rest. The X-Link is an amazing compound that takes what you throw at it (or rather throw it at) and just keeps on kicking. When I first got the disc I had just started playing and it was very friendly for a beginner and as I’ve grown the disc has continued to be very useful. It has a consistent flight pattern and decent distance for a fairway driver. I use it at least a few times every round.

– Christopher

[/one_half][one_half_last]I love the way my Trak flies. I put one in my bag over 6 months ago. I use it probably 3-10 drives per round and it still flies the same. It will do good amount of flipping if I throw it fast enough but it is predictable and the X-Link is so durable and grippy, I feel it really gives me an advantage when it is cold or wet on the course. Also a good disc for beginners.

– Dan


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Eagle:

[quote][one_half]My Eagle-L is a thing of beauty. Strangely it is much more overstable than I was expecting, but this thing is a straight bullet. It can come up from a slight hyzer and it will beam down the fairway with little fade at the end. Yes mine is an 11x and beat, but gosh I absolutely love this disc. Way better than a Teebird! Eagle all the way!

– Bryson

[/one_half][one_half_last]Starting out overstable in the premium molds this disc turns into a very straight flier with a strong fade at the end. There is a reason a lot of pros still throw this disc. Because it is a great thrower. for me I can put my beat Star Eagle on about any line I want and it will hold it. Typically throw my eagle in the 320-350 range.

– Pat


Feedback & Reviews on the Latitude 64 XXX:

[quote][one_half]CRAZY OVERSTABLE. Great for short hyzers and overhead shots obviously. Has a large skip on it if thrown low. If thrown high chances are it will just spike. If you need something more stable than Firebird or a Predator this is for you.

– Reuben

[/one_half][one_half_last]…what the XXX does is fight the wind like nobody’s business. I’m pretty sure you could throw this bad boy into a tornado and it would still stay straight and finish hard left. (RHBH) Put even a touch of hyzer on it and you get a sky-high hyzer spike. Throw it flat and it will go super straight for about 150-200 feet, then begin it’s ultimate fade of doom.

– Andrew


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Banshee:

[quote][one_half]The Banshee is the first disc that I ever bought, and I still carry a DX in my bag today. For me, it is a utility forehand disc. It snaps off clean, stays on line and fades out at about 240-250′. As the DX wears, it loses some stability, but the fade at the end keeps it from turning over, so you can get some nice flex shots out of the bushes (or where ever).

– Thomas

[/one_half][one_half_last]The banshee is the most versital overstable fairway driver I own, its great for headwind shots. It also is a great flick disc or overhand disc. The flight pattern for an average armed intermediate player(me) it about 250it 275 straight with good fade at the end. It can also be utilized as a good flex shot disc….

– Dylan


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