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The MVP Plasma Volt Disc Golf Fairway Driver is a stable to overstable disc that's perfect for crushing fairways with slow reliable hyzers. It's the original fairway driver from MVP but in a softer and more flexible plastic.
The flight path of the MVP Volt is straight and stable with a hyzer finish. It's reliable for forehand and backhand players because it has a slight turn early in the flight, then forward glide and a soft fade at the end. Volts excel when they're thrown with moderate power, something that most amateur players can throw. So that they get a full long flight. Their sweet spot is between 200-300 feet. The Volt can be thrown in the open field or used in woods where you need to not flip a disc over.
Plasma plastic from MVP offers a slightly different feel. It's like Neutron plastic but slightly softer. That gives players a chance to have something they can grip a little more tightly. It's an excellent choice for colder weather because as it stiffens up it won't be as overstable as other blends like Proton.
MVP got it right when they made the Volt. It's a driver that carries well, has just enough stability to be reliable, and is aa great choice for players of all styles and skill levels. If you don't have a Volt yet check out these gorgeous Plasma Volts today and snag one for your bag.