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The Axiom Neutron Fireball Disc Golf Distance Driver is an overstable disc that's incapable of being anything else. This is the board flat topped 9 speed driver that you can crush into an oncoming headwind and it still won't flip over.
The flight path of the Neutron Fireball from Axiom is one of hyzer. It can go straight if you give it your 100% effort, but after that it's going to start fading and get down to the ground. If you've thrown with enough power you can expect a big skip from this wide rimmed driver. It's a great choice for big skips, when you absolutely don't want your disc to flip over, and when you are looking for a flex shot in the woods. The Fireball was designed for both forehand and backhand players. It's going to have a shorter fade because of the low glide number, but it makes up for it by hyzering for most of the flight. Instead of an S curve it will look more like a backwards C for a RHBH.
Neutron plastic from Axiom is durable, grippy, and a great choice for distance drivers. It's going to stand up to trees and rocks while still maintaining the original flight characteristics of the disc. It's available in a range of weights and variety of colors so you can get exactly what you want for your bag.
The Neutron Fireball from Axiom isn't your every throw disc. But you know that whenever you need it, you can pull it from your bag and depend on an overstable fligh