Choosing a midrange disc

Choosing a midrange disc
Choosing a mid-range disc

Having a dependable midrange disc in your bag is alpha omega in disc golf. Finding a midrange you like among the 100`s available midranges out there might not be so easy. To help you out, we found 3 popular midrange discs that will serve 3 different purposes. Hopefully, you found a disc that fits your style and needs after you’re done reading this post.

Innova Mako3

The Mako3 is a straight-flying midrange disc, and it’s the newest version of the remarkably straight-flying Innova Mako.

Innova says this about the Caiman: “This Mid-Range disc is the perfect solution for anyone who wants a straight flyer with very limited fade. The Mako3 is available in Champion plastic, and it’s faster than the original Mako. Players will like the Mako3’s glide for added distance. The easy to grip and-release rim offers clean consistent releases. The Mako3 is a great disc for one disc rounds.”

This makes the Mako3 the go to disc for straight shoots in those narrow fairways.

The Innova Mako3 is available at

Innova Caiman

The Caiman is an overstable mid-range whit a dependable fade at the end. Innova Caiman is one of those discs that works very well as both a backhand disc and a forehand disc.

Innova says this about the Caiman: “Drawing inspiration from the Gator, the Caiman muscles its way into Innova’s mid-range lineup with a lower profile, strong fade, and minimal glide. The microbead gives the rim a smooth feel, perfect for powerful throws needing a consistent flight and predictable fade.”

This makes the Caiman perfect for throwing where you need to go around an obstacle.

The Innova Caiman is available at

Latitude 64 Fuse

The Latitude 64 Fuse has an understable/stable flight path and can hold curves and lines with very minimal fade. The fuse is a great disc for weaving through trees and obstacles.

Latitude 64 says this about the Fuse: “FUSE is the most versatile midrange driver we have ever made. Period. Co-designed with our pro, Jesper Lundmark, it has a stable and predictable flight path up to 300ft, and will hold long anhyzer curves with a minimal fade at the end.”

This makes the Fuse perfect for throws where you need to weave through trees and obstacles. This disc also holds the anhyzer line very well.

Thanks for reading! If you enjoyed this article, you might like our post on Overstable and understable discs.


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