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The MVP Proton Volt Disc Golf Fairway Driver is a stable to overstable disc that's meant for crushing down tight fairways with controlled precision. As an 8 speed it's a disc that can be used by amateur and pro players alike.
The flight path of the Proton Volt is straight with slight turn, and a slow fade at the end. The great thing about this disc is when you throw the Volt, it goes up and then drops when it turns before flying straight. It will drop again and begin a long slow but deliberate fade. The Volt works well in the wide open where it has a little room to move from side to side, or in not too tight fairways. It's great because it doesn't swing wildly from side to side the way some other discs may to get distance. It's a longer, faster Matrix from MVP and if you like that you'll love the Volt.
Proton plastic is some of the most overstable and durable plastic from MVP. It's see through and a premium blend that will take a long time to wear out. This is a great choice for drivers because they tend to be thrown the hardest and take the most beating. It's got solid grip and can be thrown all year round.
If you are looking for a disc that is stable and can be used by anyone at any skill level make sure you check out the Proton Volt from MVP. These volts are around for all your fairway shots so get one today!