The Discmania TD Turning Driver provides accuracy along with max distance. It has an abnormally fat rim for a distance driver but keeps the aero-dynamic airfoil to get high speeds. In Turn...It provides a great Turn kick of -2 in its flight along with tremendous glide. It's perfect for intermediate players that don't have monster arms, but enough to give the TD the power it needs to soar down the course.
Speed: 10 | Glide: 6 | Turn: -2 | Fade: 1 | PDGA Approved
Discmania TD Rush
This disc is actually called Rush, but Discmania started naming there discs by the two to three letters instead and it started sticking. It was first introduced to the public in 2010 with a max weight available of 176g.
As a turning driver, it's meant more for a beginner due to the ability to not hyzer/meat hook fast on a slow arm thrower. While the disc used to be manufactured in a larger amount of plastics, in 2019 they released information of reducing all of there discs lineup. Here are the current offerings:
This is not a full-blown beginner disc. Don't be deterred by the TD name as it has substantial possibilities of grabbing a seat in the bags of intermediate/expert players. The ability to shape shots with medium power is quintessential to controlling every throw. While D-Line will most likely be flippy for experts, the C & S line plastics will withstand power more effectively.
The one and only Simon Lizotte find it to be a perfect disc for any skill level, but for specific reasons. He goes on to say it's a great go-to fairway driver for beginners and potentially even a distance drive due to the under stability. This provides a straight shot for many slow arm throwers. Simon uses it as a roller or anhyzer and turnover shot as it's great, because of the massive glide it provides.
Here is what Discmania has to say about the disc:
Good for: Straight and long drives and turnovers, rollers, for beginners, advanced and pro players alike.
- Diameter: 21.2 cm
- Height: 1.6 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.1 cm
- Rim Width: 1.9 cm