17 All-Time Best Disc Golf Mid-Range Discs


Mid-range disc golf discs are awesome. When I first started playing disc golf, I thought that you had to use the fastest distance discs in order to get from one end of the course to the basket.

Boy, was I wrong.

Mid-range discs are some of the straightest, farthest-flying, best discs to use when playing disc golf. So today, we’re going to be looking at the best and most popular disc golf mid-ranges in the game.

The 17 All-time Best Disc Golf Mid-Range Discs Ever Made

1. Discraft Buzzz

2. Innova Mako3

3. Innova Roc3

4. Dynamic Discs EMac Truth

5. Innova Roc

6. MVP Tangent

7. Dynamic Discs Verdict

8. Discraft Comet

9. Westside Discs Warship

10. Innova Shark

11. Dynamic Discs Suspect

12. Latitude 64 Compass

13. Discmania MD3

14. Infinite Discs Chariot

15. Latitude 64 Claymore

16. Prodigy M2

17. Kastaplast Kaxe Z

3 reasons you need a mid-range

1. Control/accuracy

Mid-range discs are designed for control and accuracy for a lot of different shots. These are the precision discs for those placement shots. These discs go where you want them to and usually stick the landing.

2. Easier to throw for more distance

Yes, there are discs that go farther than mid-range discs. Yes, there are control drivers and distance drivers. And yes, those discs are very hard to throw for beginners and intermediate players. You may not get quite as much distance as with drivers. But mid-ranges are easy to throw and you’ll still get a decent amount of distance.

3. Technique

If you try to play with drivers as a newer to intermediate player, your ability to learn technique will be nonexistent. Using mid-range discs will help you play well and still be able to understand all of the fundamentals.

The 17 All-time Best Disc Golf Mid-Range Discs Ever Made

1. Discraft Buzzz (5, 4, -1, 1)

The Buzzz is the most popular mid-range in the world. It’s used by an unbelievable number of disc golfers and it’s easy to see why. The Buzzz flies exactly how you want it to every single time. It’s easy to throw and suits any level of disc golfer. The beginner is able to practice and learn with it. The advanced player can shape any shot with it. And it’s a perfect disc for solo disc rounds on the course. Everyone should have a Buzzz in their bag. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

2. Innova Mako3 (5, 4, 0, 0)

The Mako3 is an absolutely fantastic disc golf disc. Over the years, the Mako3 has slowly but surely made it into many disc golf bags. With an extremely straight flight, the Mako3 will get you where you want to go and fly exactly how you want it to. Grab a Mako3 here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

3. Innova Roc3 (5, 4, 0, 3)

So, believe it or not, the Roc3 is actually more popular than the original Roc. But there really isn’t a whole lot of difference in the two (the Roc3 has 5 speed instead of the Roc with 4). The Roc3 appears to be very overstable with those flight ratings, but usually flies pretty straight with a subtle fade on the end. If you’re an intermediate or advanced player, grab a Roc3 here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

4. Dynamic Discs EMac Truth (5, 5, 0, 2)

The EMac Truth is an absolutely awesome mid-range disc. This disc was actually given to me by my buddy Hunter because he thought it felt like the Westside Discs Harp mid-range putter. He was right. I love the EMac Truth. It’s easy to hold and easy to throw. It’s a bit more overstable than the regular Truth, but to me, it flies much better. Beginners will like the regular Truth better. But you can get an EMac Truth here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

5. Innova Roc (4, 4, 0, 3)

Even though the Roc3 is the more popular disc, the Roc is still one of the best mid-range discs that you can have in your bag. It’s a tiny bit easier to throw than the Roc3 (4 speed instead of 5) but generally flies about the same. Either disc is fine for your mid-range selection. Grab a Roc here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

6. MVP Tangent (4, 4, -0.5, 0.5)

The Tangent is a phenominal mid-range disc and one of the best in the game right now. Besides the Buzzz, this is one of my top mid-range choices for solo disc rounds. If you want a super straight-stable disc, grab a Tangent here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

7. Dynamic Discs Verdict (5, 4, 0, 3.5)

The Verdict is a very overstable mid-range and incredibly useful for when heavy fade is needed. It’s very straight with power, can handle those headwind shots, and then meathooks for your hyzer. Get a Verdict here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

8. Discraft Comet (4, 5, -2, 1)

The Comet is an amazing disc golf disc that’s been around for a long time. Because it’s an older disc, this baby feels very frisbee like and is a big disc. That makes it adequate for newer players and one of the best for Ultimate Frisbee players. Grab a comet so that you can have one in your bag (link to InfiniteDiscs.com)

9. Westside Discs Warship (6, 5, 0, 1)

The Warship is a nice mid-range addition to any bag. According to InfiniteDiscs.com, “The Warship is a versatile straight-flying midrange driver that can go the distance…[and] is fast enough to be classified as a fairway driver. When thrown with power, the Warship has a small degree of high-speed turn followed by minimal low-speed fade.” Grab a Warship here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

10. Innova Shark (4, 4, 0, 2)

The Shark is a really popular disc for newer disc golfers and has been for over30 years! It’s also part of the Innova DX starter set (link to Amazon). This disc flies straight when you need it to and can hold any line it’s thrown on. More advanced players will find the Shark useful when needing to craft tougher shots through brush and around other obstacles. Get one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

11. Dynamic Discs Suspect (4, 3, 0, 3)

This heavily overstable mid-range is one of reliability, stability, and predictability. You rip it, it flies. It stays straight, then straight some more, and fades a fair amount on the end. Sometimes that’s all you need. Get yours here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

12. Latitude 64 Compass (5, 5, 0, 1)

The Compass has been a fantastic, straight-flying disc for a lot of players. This awesome mid-range sports high glide and just a small bit of low-speed fade on the end. Check the current prices here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

13. Discmania MD3 (5, 5, 0, 3)

The MD3 is another one of those super popular mid-range drivers that was designed with the power player in mind. This awesome disc is fairly overstable, so it’s not really a good option for newer players, but is really meant for the advanced disc golfer who wants something that will absolutely fly out of your hands. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

14. Infinite Discs Chariot (5, 5, 0, 1)

The Chariot, according to InfiniteDiscs.com, “is a straight-flying mid-range disc with excellent glide and a knack for following the thrower’s angle of release. It can be guided on smooth hyzer lines, on anhyzer turns, or can be used for straight, precision approaches on the fairway.” It’s a fantastic choice for newer players who have a few rounds under their belt. If you want to give the Chariot a try, grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

15. Latitude 64 Claymore (5, 5, -1, 1)

The Claymore is another one of those super popular to a few, but still hugely underrated mid-range discs. This disc is a perfectl straight-flying Beast of a disc, allowing throwers to really let it fly for some good distance on command. The Claymore won’t usually disappoint, as there’s not a lot of turn or fade on this disc (the perfect amount in my opinion). The Claymore is great for all skill levels, but is especially good for beginner disc golfers. Get a Claymore here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

16. Prodigy M2 (5, 4, 0, 2)

The M2 is a very reliable and consistent mid-range from Prodigy. Normally, the M2 flies dead straight and can help you out with subtle low-speed fade for an easy hyzer finish. If you’re a fan of the EMac Truth or the Roc3, this could be another good go-to disc in your bag. Oh, and Prodigy almost always has cheap, cool-looking X-outs of their discs. Grab one here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

17. Kastaplast Kaxe Z (6, 5, 0, 2)

The Kaxe Z is one of those ridiculously underrated disc golf discs. For the few of us who have had the pleasure of throwing Kastaplast, it’s been a real pleasure. The Kaxe Z is a bit better of a disc than the Kaxe and is considered a “mid-range driver,” according to how Kataplast labeled the disc. Whatever it may be labeled as doesn’t distract this disc from really getting good distance with only a glide rating of 5. Grab a Kaxe Z here on InfiniteDiscs.com.

Summary

So as you can see, there are some really awesome mid-range discs available for disc golf. But you probably already knew that. I’m glad, though, that you were able to check out this list and hopefully grab you a new disc or two for your bag.

The discs that made this list were the most popular, highest-rated mid-ranges on the market. You need some mid-range discs like these because they will help you play better, score lower, and become a more confident disc golfer. That’s what a really good mid-range will do for you.

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