Discraft fairway drivers come in nine different molds and a variety of plastics. Discraft uses a stability rating that is unique to Discraft, but it is basically a “turn” rating of stability — overstable (+3,+2,+1), stable (0), understable (-1,-2,-3). They also add in decimal points to their stability ratings which is a little different from the other manufacturers. All disc manufacturers have their own unique numbers, so often times a speed rating of 10 from one company, doesn’t necessarily match a speed rating of 10 from another company.
Drill into each disc below to see discs in different plastics and stamps available from Amazon. As always check with the individual sellers if you have questions regarding specific discs, as we do not work with these sellers — we just make it easier to see and browse discs. For example, we’ve noticed that sometimes the seller doesn’t include weights on their discs, so you may consider sending them a message before purchasing.
Not all disc manufacturers use a standard for the flight ratings. This makes it hard to compare apples to apples. There’s no perfect science here. Though some are working on a standard. I’ve taken Innova and DGA flight numbers right from their respective websites. For Discraft and MVP, I made created a hybrid between from several resources.