Molds with flight rating: 6|5|-2|1

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 Leopard

Everyone's first fairway driver. Useful for long straight shots, gentle hyzers and turnover shots. Extended life as a roller.

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Max Weight: 0 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 16 mm
Rim Depth: 11 mm
Rim Thickness: 16 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2001-01-29
Description: Brief Description:
Everyone's first fairway driver. Useful for long straight shots, gentle hyzers and turnover shots. Extended life as a roller.

Best Choice for:
Straight line driver, all around driver, anhyzer shots, rollers, beginner player first driver, young player first driver in lighter weights.

About the Leopard:
The Leopard should be everyone's first fairway driver as it is has excellent glide and is easy to throw straight and far. The Leopard is a great turnover disc for players of all skill levels. More experienced players can use the Leopard for throwing distance stretching "Hyzer Flip" shots. The Leopard makes a dependable long range roller.

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 Relay

The Relay is a stable-understable fairway driver.
The Relay features a slim 16mm wing that feels ex [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 15 mm
Rim Depth: 12 mm
Rim Thickness: 17 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2015-05-28
Description: The Relay is a stable-understable fairway driver.
The Relay features a slim 16mm wing that feels extra chunky in the hand while still being our easiest to grip driver. While advanced and expert throwers will have a healthy flip and turn to carve with, beginner to average disc golfers will get a controllable straight flyer that doesn't need much power. The Relay's low speed demands make it the easiest MVP driver to throw for beginners, and the best all-around "powered-down" disc for experts.

The Relay is currently the only MVP disc in the 16mm Fairway Driver class.