If you’re a disc golfer, then you know that the right midrange disc can make all the difference in your game.
And if you’re looking for a new midrange disc, then you may want to check out the Discraft Wasp.
In this review, we’ll take a close look at the Wasp and see how it stacks up against other popular discs on the market.
So whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, read on to see if the Discraft Wasp is the right disc for you!
Discraft Wasp Midrange Disc
The new 23mm distance driver from MVP, the Nitro is a stable-overstable option that falls in general stability with Servo like properties.
With its turn resistant profile it will guarantee you fade finish drives long distances without missing your target.
MVP Nitro Flight Path
- Speed: 5.0
- Glide: 3.0
- Turn: 0.0
- Fade: 2.0
- Primary Use: Mid Range
- Stability: Very Overstable
- Recommended Skill Level: Advanced, Intermediate
- Plastic grade(s): Durable, Midgrade, Premium
It has a comfortable grip and flies straight with minimal fade.
It’s also easy to control, making it a great choice for beginners and experienced players alike.