Millennium says this about the Draco: "Named after the dragon constellation in the northern sky, Millennium’s “Draco” is a mighty and overstable driver that fills a new space in the line. Similar in speed to our famous Orion LF, the Draco has less glide with a stronger and more sustained fade. Its combination of stability and speed give this disc a high degree of control and the power to fight headwinds for all skill levels and distance ranges. It is a “must have” for forehands, fade hyzers, thumbers and skip-shots. With a super flat top and resistance to off-axis torque, the Draco promotes a smooth, clean release that will carry the disc in a variety of shot styles. "
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|
Customer questions & answers
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