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The Axiom Neutron Rhythm is an understable fairway driver that's designed to maximize a little bit of turn with high glide for shot shaping. As a 7 speed, this disc can be thrown by players who have been playing for years or for someone who is just getting their first disc. It's primarily a backhand disc, don't expect this disc to handle the torque of a forehand shot.
The Rhythm has an understable flight path, so for the first half of the flight it's going to turn out of the hand. Then it will slowly glide forward and have a small fade to finish. This is the first driver for many players so they get used to a longer flight. It's an excellent hyzer flip disc for advanced players, and for shorter arms it's going to be your max distance driver. The Rhythm will be your go to choice on holes between 250 and 325 feet when you want a little side to side of the fairway action.
Neutron plastic from Axiom is a premium blend. It's durable, grippy, and reliable. You'll see players on your local course throwing it as well as pro players on the Disc Golf Pro Tour. That's because Neutron is trusted anywhere in the world as a great blend of plastic.
What makes the Rhythm special is its ability to turn for most of the flight before coming back. It doesn't flip over and turn the whole flight unless you're cranking it over 325 feet with lots of power. It's going to have a long natural S curve that will help you in an open field for distance, or in the woods when you need to navigate around some trees. Give the Rhythm a chance and see what it can do for your game.