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The Axiom Neutron Tantrum Disc Golf Distance Driver is stable and very high speed. It's a wide rimmed driver that can be thrown forehand or backhand and ripped as hard as you want and it's not going to flip over.
The flight path of the Tantrum is straight until it runs out of power. That 1.5 turn shows up if you beat the disc in, or throw into headwinds. But most of the time it hits that point in the air where you expect it to turn and it holds straight for a few moments before hyzering out. The Tantrum is there for controlled maximum power shots. You can rip these drivers on long holes and rely on a consistent fade. It's got high glide, so expect a long slow hyzer fade. When thrown low with power this is an excellent skip shot disc.
Axiom Neutron plastic is a durable, premium blend that's trusted by pro players and amateurs alike. It's got very good grip and is great in all seasons. It's stable without being overstable and can still beat in effectively. This is perfect for the Tantrum because it's going to be a little overstable out of the box, but as you hit trees, rocks, and hopefully metal. It's going to beat in and get a little more turn in the flight to give you more distance.
The Tantrum is a disc that's for the advanced player, looking to get big distance and keep that controlled slow hyzer finish. It's stable and can handle your high speed needs. Snag one of these and see how much power and control you have.