The 2nd made Mid-Range in the Discmania Arsenal, the Discmania MD2 Fiend made currently in D, C & S-Line plastics provide a similar flight path as the MD with having a stable/overstable flight. Differences for the Discmania MD2 has is a wider, deeper rim and slightly less height to the MD. Its ability to give straight flying fairway shots makes it an excellent choice for your bag.

Speed: 4   |   Glide: 5   |   Turn: 0   |   Fade: 2   |   PDGA Approved

Discmania MD2

The Discmania MD2 is an underrated mid-range disc that's been overshadowed by the MD3. The MD2 is ideal for lower arm speed players that are looking for a flight path of an MD3 or power throwers looking for a disc that will go straight and have a very soft fade at end of the flight.

Not one of the popular discs in Discmania's line-up, but it's a straight disc which is great for approach shots. It's great for power anhyzer shots since it will not roll-over on you. It holds for lines for power throwers and with all arm speed, it will finish with a slight fade finish.

Plastics Available For The Discmania MD2

We don't expect Discmania to add any additional plastics which they already have made for Discmania's MD2, but just re-stock them considering this is not one of their top-selling discs. It is produced in the "normal" plastics for Mid-Range discs as follows:

D Line MD2 - $7.99
C Line MD2 - $13.99
S Line MD2 - $14.99

    Dimensions

    Diameter: 21.7 cm
    Height: 2.0 cm
    Rim Depth: 1.4 cm
    Rim Width: 1.4 cm

      The Discmania MD2 is so similar to the first disc they released which might be why it hasn't flown off the shelves like it does out on the disc golf course. It's identical except for .1 cm of diameter and height comparing it to the original disc.

      Who bags the Discmania MD2

      Does anyone actually throw the Discmania MD2? In 2017, Eagle McMahon had a C-Line MD2 in his bag for some understable shots which is surprising since the MD3 just released and was one of his signature discs. Today, many professional disc golfers no longer carry the MD2 as it's not just made for a stronger thrower.

      Avery Jenkins did a video disc review with the Hat Disc Reviews and he explained how it was one of his favorite Discmania Discs; choose the C-Line plastic. He explained the disc being super straight and reminded him of a slower FD Fairway Driver, but in the midrange category with more control. It just goes laser line, dead straight every time you throw it. No turn, very little fade in the end.

      It just goes where you want to throw it. Put anhyzer on it, throw it flat, put hyzer on it - it's going to go how you throw it. Good for all skill levels from beginner to intermediate to amateur and even pro levels. This is a good all-around disc. Avery Jenkins just loves the disc.

      The Discmania MD2 is truly a great disc for more of an amateur player as it's a great tool to see the lines you throw. The disc follows the line you throw it in. So if the disc ends to the left you threw it to the left and if it ends to the right, you threw it to the right! Just an exceptional disc for all kinds of situations, especially those straight, narrow and tricky places.