The 11 Speed Drivers You Have To Try

If you want¬† longer drives, better flights and more consistent fairway hits, you need to be bagging an 11 speed driver. Why 11 exactly? Honestly, that is all you need. 11-speed is a great speed to aspire to as a recreational player. I know the Destroyer is calling your name and sure, try it out, but don’t bypass the MVP Photon and Wave.

Specifically the Fission plastic Wave and Photon. MVP has this to say about Fission Plastic.

Fission™ Microbubble Technology produces an ultralight core with evenly distributed and imperceptible weight reduction microbubbles.

A lighter weight disc is always recommended for newer players. They require less arm speed, less power, and they are more forgiving of bad form. Something you may be working through right now. An 11-speed like the Wave or Photon will be relatively stable for you out of the box, but the combination of Fission plastic as well as the lighter weight will allow you to dial in fantastic full flight throws quickly. Looking at the flight chart comparison courtesy of Inbounds Disc Golf, you can see that both discs offer a nice amount of turn and enough stability for a smooth finish.

The best part is these discs are so forgiving. You don’t need perfect from to execute a solid drive. You will quickly see great results.

If you have above average power for a new player, try out the Photon. If you’re struggling to get straight flights and maybe have less power, try out the Wave. There is an abundance of 11-speed drivers on the disc golf market so you will find something that suits you, but the MVP Wave and Photon in Fission Plastic are worth some time in your bag.

About David Lopez

David has been an avid disc golfer for over 10 years. He has been involved with almost every aspect of the sport including competing, running tournaments, working with the Disc Golf Pro Tour and of course running the Anhyzer DG Online Store.