Understable Distance Drivers

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Best Understable Distance Drivers

The Innova Roadrunner and Discraft Avenger SS received very high ratings. For intermediate disc golfers, these are the discs that will provide Max Distance.

[one_third][three_fourth]Discraft Avenger SS [/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]10/5/-3/1[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Roadrunner[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]9/5/-4/1[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Discraft Nuke SS [/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]13/5/-3/3[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Valkyrie[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]9/4/-2/2[/one_fourth_last]
[three_fourth]Innova Katana[/three_fourth][one_fourth_last]13/6/-3/3[/one_fourth_last][/one_third][two_third_last]Best Understable Discs You Can Buy[/two_third_last]

Feedback & Reviews on the Discraft Avenger SS:

[quote][one_half]This was the first disc I got real distance with. When I started playing I hadn’t completely figured out the arm power and this disc helped out a lot, giving me a nice fairly straight and long distance shot. As time went on and I developed more of an arm this disc started to give me a little bit of turn on a big throw. Whether beginner or a more seasoned player, the disc has a lot of value.

– Christopher

[/one_half][one_half_last]The Avenger SS is one of my Go-To discs in my bag. I have one in DX plastic that tends to hook more to the right at high speed but my ESP plastic one is my choice when I want to go right down the fairway. As a beginner to intermediate self rated player, it’s a definite check it out recommend from me.

– Chaz


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Roadrunner:

[quote][one_half]This thing is one of my go to’s for hyzer flipping and rollers. Hyzerflipping this disc is a thing of beauty and you can always count on this disc to do what it is told. I can get this out to 400ft easily hyzerflipping and rolling. It is also a must have for long fairways with low ceilings that call for rollers.

– Bryson

[/one_half][one_half_last]The Roadrunner is a truly underrated disc. For people with less power, it is easy to get up to speed for straight shots. Put enough snap on it, and you get nice turnover lines. Go huge on it for rollers. The only thing it doesn’t handle well is wind. While many might think it is just for noodle arms, it can truly fit anyone’s style.

– Steve


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Nuke SS:

[quote][one_half]Discrafts answer to Innova’s Katana. A flip-hyzer disc for those who don’t generate the power for the Nuke or Destoyers. Long distance, tail wind disc. Throw it on a slight hyzer, high, and watch if fly long and far in a S pattern.

– Jason

[/one_half][one_half_last]This is my go to disc! I can get more distance with this disc than any others in my bag! When new it will follow a beautiful S-curve and when it is broken in, you can release on a hyzer line and it will turn over for maximum distance. For beginners, this disc is excellent! For the long bombs, this is the disc. For windier situations, check out its more overstable brother, then Nuke!

– Derek


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Valkyrie:

[quote][one_half]A great beginner driver but can also be used my more experienced player for large, long anhyzers. It is for this reason that it is in my bag! Great turnover driver, you will not find a better one out there.

– Andrew

[/one_half][one_half_last]incredible disc. once I had my first, it’s never left my bag. great for beginners, and it’s the go-to disc to lend to anyone just starting out with consistent results. more advanced players can get this disc to fly long, low, and consistent with a fade at the very end of its flight. great for straight shots through woods.

– Alyx


Feedback & Reviews on the Innova Katana:

[quote][one_half]Really a game changer for me. This disc taught this power thrower control. It can flip really easy but with the right touch it just sails. In the wind I keep a 175 champion and throw it about 5 feet off the ground so it doesn’t flip so fast and get a nice roller out of it (otherwise I’m throwing max weight destroyers). With room and no wind I’ve thrown this disc over 500ft multiple times. Master the Katana and you’ll add 50ft. Not for beginners.

– Rakoz

[/one_half][one_half_last]To add to the previous comments, this disc is also VERY prone to turning into an uncontrollable roller in the wrong terrain. I have seen it roll for over 200′ in the wrong direction acrossed a freshly mowed grass field. When thrown correctly, I have seen some amazing S-bend drives from the Katana. The learning curve has always been a bit much for me to find room in my disc bag for it, even after 5 years of playing regularly. For those that can throw it however, this disc can be made to fly some crazy lines.

– Dean


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