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The Discmania S Line PD Disc Golf Driver is an overstable, low glide disc that you can use forehand or backhand for all your reliable drive needs. This disc is meant for the advanced player who already has 300 feet of power with either the backhand or sidearm shot.
PD stands for Power Driver. It's a great disc to really lay into as hard as you want and you know you're not going to flip it over. It's great for low shots with power if you need a big flair skip, it's an excellent flex disc, and you can also just throw it out flat and know it will fade every time. What makes the PD different from many other high speed drivers is the way that it doesn't glide, and has no turn. While the numbers appear close to discs like the Innova Firebird for the flight path, this disc gets more forward push. The PD balances the role between your overstable utility disc and your stable distance driver. Woods players love this disc when they get a chance to rip but need a disc that always hyzers at the end of the flight.
S Line plastic from Discmania is a premium blend. It's grippy and the choice of many pros for its longevity, and amateur players love the price too! This is the same plastic you see on the Disc Golf Pro Tour and in your local parks. It works all over the world and you'll love the color and feel.
The PD is a staple in the bag of many experienced disc golfers. You'll want something you can rip into and always trust, and that's the S-Line Power Driver from Discmania.