Discraft Long Range Drivers have thin bodies, sharp profiles (edges) and wide rims but not as much compared to Maximum Distance Drivers and Extra Long Range Driver but more so compared to Mid Range Drivers. They are not as fast as MDD's and XLRD's.

These Discraft Long Range Drivers range from stable to extremely overstable with Stability Ratings from -1.0 to 0.0.

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Discraft Glide - Elite Z

The Discraft Elite Z Glide is an understable long range driver with a stability rating of -0.5. It's easy to throw and named for the way it just keeps going with minimal arm speed. Grab a Glide when you need a little more con…

Discraft Stratus - Elite X

The Discraft Elite X Stratus a long range driver with a stability of -1.0 (understable). It is great for beginners as well as pros. Easy to throw, it will fly straight and hold a line at low to mid speeds, or fade to an anhyz…

Discraft Impact - ESP

The Discraft ESP Impact is a long range driver with a stability rating of 0.0 which means it flies straight. It is easy to throw and control by all players, Ams to Pros. The Impact will help you to stay in the fairway and low…

Discraft Zombee - Elite Z

The Discraft Elite Z Zombee is a utility driver with a stability rating of 1.0, making it easy to throw and control for a majority of disc golfers. It is a great mix of the Buzzz and Stalker. Like it's namesake, the Zombee is…

Discraft Eclipse - Pro D

The Discraft Pro-D Eclipse is a low flying long range driver with a stability of 0.0 (stable) that is very easy to throw. Having a slighter wider rim and being heavier than most drivers (up to 180 grams) makes it great for ro…