Collection: Beginner #5 Neutral Fairway Driver

With their sharper profiled rims, fairway drivers have the aerodynamics to fly faster and further than a midrange.  This comes at a cost though... not only can they fly faster, they must fly faster.  Without maintaining enough airspeed, a fairway driver will start to fade off course and drop out of the air earlier than a midrange would.  For some, the increased rim width can be more comfortable to hold with a "power grip" (squeezing the rim rather than the flight plate) than a lower speed disc would be.