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Search and compare discs with this disc numbers chart! An easy way to compare disc golf discs from different manufacturers and different flight types. Filter discs by flight type (distance, fairway, mid range, and putt and approach), flight numbers (speed, glide, turn, fade), and by brand.

A Quick Reference For Disc Golf Disc Flight Numbers

Look up flight numbers for a disc by using the search at the top. Great for in-the-field use. Website loads fast so when you’re on your mobile device you can get the info you need!

Here are some example searches:

  • Compare distance drivers from Innova, Discraft and MVP.
  • Find drivers with a -4 turn and at least a 9 speed.
  • Find mid range discs with a 0 fade rating.
  • All discs with a 12 speed.

When you find a disc that you want more details about, click for YouTube reviews, descriptions about the discs flight characteristics, more related discs, and some easy links to purchase. Use the breadcrumb at the top of each page to back up to that flight type, manufacturer, of back the disc finder here. Enjoy!

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Flight Numbers, Reviews, Plastics

Axiom Insanity
Speed
9
Glide
5
Turn
-2
Fade
1.5
Latitude blank disc placeholder
Speed
2
Glide
3
Turn
Fade
1
Discraft Fierce
Speed
3
Glide
4
Turn
-2
Fade
Discraft Sol
Speed
4
Glide
5
Turn
-3
Fade
Dynamic Discs Verdict
Speed
5
Glide
4
Turn
Fade
3.5
Prodigy H3
Speed
10
Glide
4
Turn
0
Fade
2
Dynamic Discs Suspect
Speed
4
Glide
3
Turn
Fade
3
dynamic discs maverick
Speed
7
Glide
4
Turn
-1.5
Fade
2
Dynamic Discs EMAC Truth disc
Speed
5
Glide
5
Turn
Fade
2
Dynamic Discs Felon
Speed
9
Glide
3
Turn
0.5
Fade
4
Discraft Raptor
Speed
9
Glide
4
Turn
Fade
3
Latitude 64 Diamond
Speed
8
Glide
6
Turn
-3
Fade
1
Axiom Hex
Speed
5
Glide
5
Turn
-1
Fade
1
Latitude 64 Fuse
Speed
5
Glide
6
Turn
-1
Fade
0
Axiom Pyro
Speed
5
Glide
4
Turn
Fade
2.5
MVP Nomad
Speed
2
Glide
4
Turn
Fade
1
Generic Disc
Speed
8
Glide
5
Turn
-1
Fade
1
Latitude 64 Stiletto
Speed
13
Glide
2
Turn
1
Fade
6
latitude 64 fuji
Speed
4
Glide
4
Turn
0
Fade
2
Discmania Rockstar
Speed
8
Glide
5
Turn
-2
Fade
1
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What are disc golf flight numbers?

Disc golfers and manufacturers use a set of 4- 5 number metrics to characterize the flight of a disc. The numbers help disc golfers select the right disc for the shot and for their style of throwing. Having a firm grasp of the numbers helps you control the flight of your disc. 

While flight numbers are helpful for understanding the flight of the disc, they don’t tell the full story of the flight. Wear, plastic type, and run/mold also impact the numbers, usually making them more overstable or understable. This is one reason a pro disc golfer might bag several versions of the same disc. 

Speed

Speed indicates how fast or slow the disc flies, and how much power is needed to perform it’s designed flight path.

Turn

Turn describes how much a disc will “flip,” or go in the opposite the direction of the fade in the early part of the flight. For a right handed backhand throw, turn would mean the disc goes to the right before the fade naturally makes the disc finish left. The more negative the turn number, the more the disc will “flip” to the right, or left for a left handed backhand throw. A disc with a negative number is also referred to as “understable.”

Glide

Glide is a measure of loft. Discs with high glide rating will maintain more time in the air, maximizing the distance of your throw. Low fading discs will drop faster to the ground.

Fade

Fade describes the degree of angle the disc takes as it descends towards the end of flight. High fading (larger number) discs will finish at a sharper angle then low fading (straighter finish).

Who are the top disc manufacturers?

Disc manufacturers have been dominated over the years by Innova, Trilogy, Discraft. Today the landscape of disc manufacturers and brands is vast, and growing! Some producers make discs for other brands. Here’s a list of disc manufacturers:

Buying Tips

If you can’t find the disc you’re looking for on sale, your best bet is the eBay links. They tend to have the most variations in sizes, stamps, colors, wear, etc. They’ll take you directly to the search results for the disc listed on this page. 

Disclaimer

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