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Discraft Putt and Approach

Disc Flight Numbers

Discraft is known for its wide selection of putt and approach discs, featuring various molds and plastics. They continually introduce new discs to keep their lineup fresh and exciting.

One standout in their collection is the versatile and reliable Zone. Discraft also offers tour series discs, developed in collaboration with top professional players, to cater to specific playing styles and provide unique flight characteristics.

With a commitment to quality and meeting the needs of disc golfers, Discraft remains a leading manufacturer in the industry. Whether you need a dependable putter or an accurate approach disc, their diverse lineup has you covered.

APX

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
2
-1
1

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
3
1

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
3
2

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

3
4
-2

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
2
-1
2

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

3
3
3

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
3
2

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
2
-1
1

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
2
-2
1

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

4
4
2

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

2
4
1

Sol

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

4
5
-3

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

4
3
3

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

4
2
1
5

Speed

Glide

Turn

Fade

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What Do The Disc Flight Numbers Represent?

Speed

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

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.

Turn

Turn describes how much a disc will flip, or rotate opposite the direction of the fade in the early part of the flight. The more negative turn the more the disc will "flip."

Fade

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