Mid range drivers are thicker than distance drivers, but not as thick as putt and approach discs. Their profiles (edges) are less sharp and rims are not wide. They don't fly as fast as longer range drivers and they are easier to control making many of them very beginner friendly. They also make great multi-purpose discs meaning a player can play the entire course with just one disc.

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Discraft Hornet - Elite Z

The Discraft Elite Z Hornet is a midrange driver with a stability rating of 2.0. The Hornet's place in the hive is between the Wasp (moderately overstable 1.5) and the Drone (extremely overstable 2.5). It's aggressive into th…

Discraft Drone - Elite Z

The Discraft Elite Z Drone is a midrange driver with stabilities of 2.5 to 2.6 (extremely overstable). Disc golf players in windier places love it like no other for its ability to fight headwinds and not turn over. Very overs…

Discraft Drone - Titanium

The Discraft Titanium Drone is a midrange driver with stabilities of 2.5 to 2.6 (extremely overstable). Disc golf players in windier places love it like no other for its ability to fight headwinds and not turn over. Very over…

Discraft Drone - FLX

The Discraft FLX Drone is a midrange driver with stabilities of 2.5 to 2.6 (extremely overstable). Disc golf players in windier places love it like no other for its ability to fight headwinds and not turn over. Very overstabl…

Discraft Drone - Pro D

The Discraft Pro-D Drone is a midrange driver with stabilities of 2.5 to 2.6 (extremely overstable). Disc golf players in windier places love it like no other for its ability to fight headwinds and not turn over. Very oversta…