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The Innova Pro Corvette Disc Golf Distance Driver is a 14 speed disc can absolutely drive. This disc is for the advanced player who is looking to a disc that will get great distance and control.
When throwing the Corvette it's important to have plenty of distance both in front of you and side to side. This disc requires an above average arm speed to get going. Once it's up to speed it's a force to be reckoned with. The Corvette has a turn of -1 and a fade of 2. It's going to have a very little fight to turn and then start flying straight before fading. It's a great choice for forehand and backhand players alike. The rim is quite large, so if you have small hands, it may not be the best disc for you to throw.
Pro Plastic is a great choice for this disc. It tends to fly like a beat in Star Plastic, so if you don't want to spend all that time seasoning a disc this is a good choice for you. It's durable, affordable, and softer in the winter than some other plastics. It can be low or high weight and comes in a variety of colors. Pro Plastic rocks.
If you are looking for the highest speed driver, something with a little control, reliable fade finish, and a disc that can bomb for you. Then look no further than the Innova Pro Corvette!