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The Discmania C Line FD1 is a stable to overstable fairway driver. It's a great complement to the Discmania lineup and can be a disc you pull out when your FD is perhaps too glidey for a situation. As a 7 speed it's capable of being thrown by newer players as their control disc, and advanced players for reliable stable shots up to 300 feet.
The flight path of the FD1 is straight for as long as the disc has power. Then it's going to get down to the ground on a soft hyzer. With a glide rating of 4 you can predict the FD1 as more point and shoot than glide to the target. The advantage of this disc is that you can swing it a little wider and expect it to get down sooner than other fairway drivers. It's a great choice for forehand or backhand, so let the FD1 rip either way you're comfortable throwing.
C Line plastic from Discmania is a premium blend of durable, see through plastic. It's what you see pros throwing on the Disc Golf Pro Tour and local players in your parks because it works everywhere. It's got good grip and can handle smacking a tree or two. It's an excellent plastic choice for the FD1 because you will be throwing this disc hard through some tunnels and you want it to maintain that stable flight path after you hit something a time or two.
The C-Line FD1 from Discmania fills that stable, no nonsense, low glide fairway driver spot in your bag. It's perfect for anytime you wish you had a longer more stable mid. Or for when your distance drivers feel like overkill on a hole. Get one and see why Discmania had to create this.