Straight flying disc golf discs
Finding a straight flying disc can be hard since there are so many discs to choose from, and so many factors involved for a disc to fly straight. Like different plastic types, how “beat in” they are, how much arm speed you have, and more.
There are a few discs that will fly relativity straight right out of the box. In this article, we will take a look at 3 disc golf discs that will fly straight.
If you haven’t seen our post “How to throw straight in disc golf” you can read it here.
1. Straight flying disc golf disc
The first straight flying disc in our post is a speed 5 mid-range disc, the Discraft Buzzz. The Buzzz is one of the most popular midrange discs in the world and a very good choice for a straight-flying disc.
The flight ratings for the Buzzz are 5 | 4 | -1 | 1 |.
When it comes to plastic type, the ESP plastic will be the best plastic for a straight flying Buzzz.
Below is a video of the 5X World Champion, Paige Pierce talking about the Buzzz.
2. Straight flying disc golf disc
The second disc that will fly straight is the Innova Mako3, this midrange disc is the perfect disc for anyone who wants a straight flyer with very limited fade.
The mako3 have similar flight ratings as the Buzzz, the flight ratings for the Mako3 are 5 | 4 | 0 | 0 |. The biggest difference being the fade, and since the fade on the Mako3 is 0, this disc will also have a more predictable straight finish at the end.
The best plastic type for a straight flying Mako3 would be the Star or the Champion plastic.
3. Straight flying disc golf disc
The third disc that will fly straight is the Leopard from Innova discs. The Leopard is the classic straight flying Innova fairway driver, with the flight ratings 6 | 5 | -2 | 1 |
Whit an average arm speed, this disc will be a good straight-flying disc. The Leopard comes in 5 or 6 different plastic types, the best choice for a straight flying Leopard would be the Star plastic or the Champion plastic. You can buy the Leopard at Infinitediscs.com
Hope you found a straight flying disc you want to throw. The next step would be to go out and practice your straight disc golf shots. Thanks for reading.