Expand your collection of disc golf discs while getting the control and distance you seek with our limited-edition fairway drivers.
Exemplifying Dynamic Discs' approach since the early days, our limited-edition fairway drivers feature unique patterns and graphics that are only here for a select time. Browse attention-getting takes on our Burst treatment or designs highlighting specific disc golf events.
What is a Fairway Driver?
Beginner players are encouraged to start with midranges and putters for the greater degree of control they provide. Once you get the hang of these options on the green, fairway drivers are the next step up, offering more distance but not requiring the arm power needed for a distance driver. They're a must-have within your setup for getting shots with less skip, carving straighter lines on the course, and shorter, tighter shots. As Dynamic Discs caters to everyone from beginner to pro level, the fairway driver becomes the nearly do-everything option players of all levels can handle and, therefore, want to have on hand.
Options for Our Limited-Edition Fairway Drivers
Fairway drivers span the 6 to 10 speed range. Our lineup of limited-edition designs includes the following:
Felon: The Felon handles windy conditions with ease, sailing effortlessly along to deliver a reliable finish.
Getaway: Based on our Escape distance driver, the Getaway delivers a similar glide and feel with a bit more stability.
Convict: The Convict begins from the same place the Felon does but offers a little less stability. The result is there when you need a straight shot, but has the right handling for curving your path around the obstacles on the course.
Vandal: Another versatile disc, the Vandal considers the beginner still strengthening their arm and has the power to be in a more advanced player's arsenal.
Breakout: The Breakout bridges the gap between fairway drivers and midranges, pairing the longer distance you seek with a simple release, stability, and accuracy.
Maverick: With a smaller rim, this fairway disc nearly does it all, accommodating players with slower arm speeds to advanced disc golfers wanting a slower turn.