Finish Line Daytona
Finish Line says this about the Daytona: "The Daytona is an amazing overstable distance driver. Although it's overstable, the Daytona still wants to fly and glide, resulting in great distance down the fairway. It's workable on any line and you can rely on its overstable finish regardless of the conditions. One of the Daytona's outstanding features is how surprisingly torque resistant it is, and it can hold up to lots of power and flex."
The velocity required to reach a disc's optimal flight path. Range: 1 to 15.
The measure of lift generated by a disc to stay aloft. Range: 1 to 7.
The velocity, relative to the speed of the disc, required to cause the disc to turn with the direction of spin. Range: +1 to -5.
The low-velocity stability that causes a disc to hook at the end of its flight. Range: 0 to 5.
PDGA Disc Specifications
Phases of Flight
|As the disc slows and spin decreases, the disc pulls out of turn and begins to hook at the end of flight|
|The aerodynamic profile turns the disc with the direction of spin during the high-speed phase of flight|
|The initial thrust forward during the high-speed phase of flight|