Best Stable Distance Drivers
While the Latitude 64 Saint was the top rated driver, Westside and Innova had discs that also made the top 5.
[one_third][three_fourth]Latitude 64 Saint[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last] 9/7/-1/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Latitude 64 Flow[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last] 11/6/-1/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Westside Northman[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last] 10/5/-1/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Krait[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last] 11/5/-1/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Beast[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last] 10/5/-2/2[/one_fourth_last][/one_third][two_third_last][/two_third_last]
Feedback & Reviews on the Latitude 64 Saint:
[quote][one_half]The best mold Latitude has related thus far, and the best fairway driver on the market. Powered down, you can land this thing on a dime anywhere inside of 400′. In no wind/tail wind, have gotten it out to 500′ multiple times. The perfect disc.
[/one_half][one_half_last]What a beautiful disc, both the plastic and the flight. I picked one up at 168g in Gold Line plastic. From the first toss, I was hooked. I throw this disc in the 350′ range, and my longest throws are in the 400′ range with either a GL Flow (for no fade) or a Star Wraith (for more hook at the end). This disc throws quite a bit like the Flow but with less effort. Power down a bit, snap good spin on it and just put it on a line, then stand back and watch this thing glide effortlessly.
Feedback & Reviews on the Latitude 64 Flow:
[quote][one_half]I compare this disc to the Innova Wraith. It has great glide, good combination of both high and low speed stability and will fit into a lot of people’s bags as a goto driver. Most Flows seem to have a good amount of dome to them and I believe this is what gives them their superior glide. When they start to beat in, they will lose both their high speed and low speed stability and start to turn into turnover monsters. This disc is one of the few Latitude molds that I prefer in Opto over Gold Line. Opto is more overstbale out of the box.
[/one_half][one_half_last]The Goldline Flow is my go to driver. Has superior glide with just the right amount of high speed turn that will make it fly forever! Has a very pretictable fade at the end also. It is the most consistent flying driver in my bag which is why I am always reaching for it. I have thrown the Opto also and it is a tad bit more stable than the GL. I just prefer the feel of the GL in my hand the most.
Feedback & Reviews on the Westside Northman:
[quote][one_half]This disc has amazing range. I’ve used it for all of distance throws. With a bit of anyhzer it forms some amazing lines. With a bit of hyzer it really works as a slighlty overstable driver. It also powers down nicely and can be used at a range from fairway driver to driver. Very stable and easy to work.
[/one_half][one_half_last]This is my workhorse distance driver! I absolutely love this disc! It has a fantastic S-curve that just bombs. For me the flight pattern is extremely similar to the innova orc – my previous go-to driver. However, the glide on this disc is just ridiculous. The plastic is gorgeous and indestructible – what’s not to love?
Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Krait:
[quote][one_half]My favorite driver, bar none. I carry five in the bag at all times. 2 champ (one metal flake), 1 star (Halloweenova special) and 2 Blizzards (158 and 159). I used to think nothing could be better than a Wraith..until the Krait came along. First throw and I was hooked.
[/one_half][one_half_last]I have had the Krait for a few weeks. I lost my previous Wraith, and am much happier with the Krait. It is more predictable in the way it flies and it has a very gentle glide. I feel it is easier to throw in comparison to the Wraith. I am a female player and almost always forehand.
Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Beast:
[quote][one_half]If you are going to get in to the warp-speed drivers you need to take a stop with the Beast. Still one of my furthest discs to where I can push 375+ on a good throw. Great for hyzer flips and subtle s curves but and overall very workable disc. If I had to play a round with Just one max distance driver it would be a Beast.
[/one_half][one_half_last]If you are wanting a faster Valyrie the beast is it! I have had my beast for a good whie and I enjoy having it as a go to disc for shots that are straight and need a dog leg turn at the end. I love to side arm s curve this disc when I need to get around those trees at my local course.