6 Understable

Axiom Theory

The Theory is an understable Axiom midrange, described as the perfect complement to the Alias. When thrown with a flat release and moderate power, the Theory will turn predictably with great drift. For newer disc golfers with limited power, the Theory is a very straight flying disc. Theory Dimensions: Diameter: 21.5 cm Height: 1.9 cm…Read more

MVP Switch

Blue Switch

The MVP Switch fairway driver is described as stable-understable, and is the third mold in the slower Resistor/Servo Class. The Switch is like a cross between the mid-range Tangent and the AMP, and is considered to be the best driver for newer players with low power. The Switch is an accurate disc with a lot…Read more

Discraft Zombee

Clear Zombee

The Zombee is a new fairway driver that was introduced by Discraft for the 2012 Ace Race. This is a tall,  straight shooter with predictable end flight fade. This disc is like a cross between the midrange Buzzz and the Stalker driver. Discraft has given this disc a 1.0 in the stability department. The Zombee…Read more

Innova Leopard

Yellow Leopard

The Leopard is the classic straight flying Innova fairway driver. This disc is often seen in starter sets thanks to its reliable flight path and limited fade. It’s not the fastest flying disc (speed 6) but new players probably will see more distance than any other disc out there. While the Leopard is great for…Read more

Lightning #3 Slice

Red #3 Slice

The flight ratings of the #3 Slice are 6/5/-3/1. As an understable disc, you’ll find the #3 Slice will work well for making those difficult shots that need a steep anhyzer throw. This is also a great choice for a midrange disc for new disc golfers. This disc is no longer available. #3 Slice Dimensions:…Read more

Lightning #2 Slice

Orange #2 Slice

If you’re looking for an inexpensive disc that will turnover and curve to the right on your backhand throw, the #2 Slice is one to consider. This is the most understable disc that Lightning makes, and in its ultra low weights, it is considered to be one of the most understable discs on the market….Read more

Innova Cheetah

Red Cheetah

The Cheetah is one of the best drivers for newer disc golfers. Though not one of the fastest golf discs on the market, the Cheetah is really easy to control and provides consistent S-Curve flights. One of the best things about the Innova Cheetah is that it is a very cheap golf disc. It’s available…Read more

Discraft Glide

Yellow Glide

Are you looking for a golf disc that will actually turn to the right on backhand throws? Few slicing understable discs rival Discrafts Glide. Though it is considered a fairway driver, new players will see this disc go the maximum distance when throwing it. The Glide is available in the the highly durable “Z” plastic….Read more

ABC Flying Squirrel

The ABC Flying Squirrel surprises you with its distance. With a relatively gentle throw this disc can sail through the air, especially with a slight hyzer. This is a great frisbee golf disc for beginners. The Flying Squirrel is rated as 6/4/-3/2. This speed, with the steady glide, means that with just the perfect shot…Read more