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S-Line Power Driver PD Freak

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MSRP: $18.99

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Regular Price: $16.95

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Regular Price: $16.95

Special Price: $14.79

SKU: 6003
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Regular Price: $16.95

Special Price: $14.79


The PD By Disc Mania has a slightly larger wing than a TeeBird and flies on the same flight path.

Being Faster than a TeeBird, you can throw the shot you normally do with a TeeBird and go a bit further (20 to 50 feet depending on your arm speed).

If you have never thrown a TeeBird, then you can just start with the Power Driver PD and Love It.

Available in Performance Line Plastic, try the P-Line Power Driver PD Freak.

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Matthew Hibbert Review by Matthew Hibbert
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One of the most versatile drivers in the game. The PD can be a distance driver, a control driver, and a fairway driver. When new, it will be a slightly overstable wind fighter with solid fade, when worn it will be a straight line workhorse, and when beaten in it will be a dependable turnover driver. Have one of each, and you'll have all your long shots covered. (Posted on 12/19/12)
David whitman Review by David whitman
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Longer teebird is right on the mark. The PD is listed with a 3 fade and the DD with a 2. Believe me, the PD is the less curvy of the two. This is a line holder with an end fade. There have been countless good reviews, but try this disc. It really is all that they say. (Posted on 12/16/12)
Chris Lippert Review by Chris Lippert
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The PD I got started out very overstable, much more overstable than a teebird. But after throwing it for about a month it broke in to be about like a brand new teebird. Solid reliable disc, will hyzer hard if you let it, but it can be kept straight with a slight hyzer at the end when thrown right. (Posted on 11/16/12)
Kevin DiVerde Review by Kevin DiVerde
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A Longer, faster Star Teebird. Good glide and distance, good grip and slight turn when beat in. (Posted on 9/19/12)
Erik Maryniw Review by Erik Maryniw
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My absolute favorite driver. As everyone states, it's flight is very reminiscent of a faster Teebird. I love this disc! (Posted on 4/18/10)
Greg Saccasyn Review by Greg Saccasyn
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For those unfamiliar with Discmania, it represents a collaboration between Innova and Finnish Pro disc golfer Jussi Meresmaa. The discs are manufactured by Innova, but until recently they were only available in Europe. They make a complete line of discs from putters through distance drivers. Most of the discs are new, using existing Innova mold pieces combined with new tops or wings. To this point, the PD is their most popular disc.The PD is a combination of a Firebird wing and a new top that all Discmania drivers share. With a profile that is reminiscent of an Orc with a slightly smaller rim, it feels very comfortable and well balanced in the hand. Available currently in P (pro) and S (star) plastics, Innova has also stated that in the near future the PD will be available in C (champion) plastic as well. One limited CFR run of Champion PDs has already been made. I'm lucky enough to have been able to throw all three. This review will consist of a description of PDs in general, and then a review of the disc in each of the three plastics.While not among the fastest of today's drivers, the PD is still a pretty quick disc. On Discmania's website the disc is rated a 10 in speed. Considering this is the same speed as an Orc, I don't think the PD quite holds to that. I would rate it more of a 9.5. It is a bit faster than speed 9 discs such as the Valkyrie, Viking, or Firebird. Flightwise it is closer to a Teebird than any other disc. When thrown flat it locks onto a perfectly straight line with a strong fade coming late in the flight. If thrown with slight hyzer, it flips up just enough to penetrate forward as it pulls harder left. Thrown with anhyzer, it holds the right turn for a time before predictably flexing out and fading. Due to the increased speed, it flies farther than the Teebird, and finishes a little harder as well. All versions handle wind pretty well. The PD's flight action is also more predictable and consistent than you can get with a faster disc. It also has a unique ability to fly straight at a variety of speeds, so its as easy to power down as it is to crank on. Distance-wise, I can surpass 400' with the PD if I really rip it, but I use it more for shots in the 340'-390' range.The PD has become my main driver, largely due to its availability in several plastics, and I often carry 3-6 of them. The P- PD (pro) flies the least stable out of the box. It has a long, straight flight, with a predictable fade at the very end. Over time it breaks into a super straight flyer, holding any line. Eventually, with enough punishment, it becomes a turnover disc. The P-PD in my bag has seen about 4 months of heavy use, and it is now about the stability of a Sidewinder, but it is more predictable and consistent. As most experienced golfers can tell you, Innova's pro plastic has the best glide and flies the farthest compared to their other lines, so its not surprising that the P the longest version of the PD. The S-PD (star) starts out a good deal more overstable than the P version, and takes a lot more wear to break it in. It might be my favorite if I had to choose because it has the perfect combination of grip, durability, glide, and versatility. The one in my bag is 4 months old and is still slightly overstable, yet workable enough to throw on many different lines. It also still holds up well in moderate winds, where the P version I tend to put aside when it gets gusty. My C-PD (champion) is the most overstable and wind resistant of them all. It holds the angle you release it on for about 2/3 of the flight before it starts fading hard.All in all, the PD is one of the best discs that most people have never thrown. Right now we have S-PDs in at the store, and soon we should have the P-PD as well. If you want a disc that can do the job of a Firebird, Teebird, Eagle, Orc, Viking, and Starfire all wrapped into one, get a couple PDs. (Posted on 2/26/10)

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