Hey Ledgestone fans! We understand the struggle. You just threw a Ledgestone disc for the first time and immediately noticed how well it flew and how natural it felt in your hand.
You want more.
We understand your bag is full of a random assortment of molds from different manufacturers. You’d love to narrow that down by committing to a brand you can trust, but the long toil of testing each and every mold is cumbersome and a lot of work.
Well, we’re here to tell you that Discraft has a disc that can fill every slot in your bag. And, more importantly, we’ve done all the research for you. Now you can make the switch with confidence and ease.
What disc is like an Innova Firebird?
The Discraft Raptor is a more consistent version of the Innova Firebird. The Raptor is an overstable fairway driver capable of fighting strong winds. It has a flat flight plate and comfortable rim depth for both forehand and backhand grips. It is Paul Ulibarri’s fairway driver of choice. Raptor: 9, 4, 0, 3
What disc is like an Innova Destroyer?
The Discraft Zeus is the replacement for Innova’s Destroyer. This overstable distance driver can handle wind and has enough torque resistance to fit both forehand and backhand throwers. The wide rim and consistency between runs makes it the most reliable option for players looking to gain big distance on the course. Zeus: 12, 5, -1, 3
What disc is like an Innova Wraith?
The Innova Wraith can be swapped out for Discraft’s Surge with ease. The medium-sized rim width of the Surge makes it comfortable in the hand for all players. The high speed driver also boasts top-notch glide to maximize distance with an ever-predictable fade to finish the flight. Surge: 11, 5, -1, 3
What disc is like an Innova Roc?
The Discraft Wasp is a direct replacement for Innova’s Roc. The Wasp was created to be the superior version of the Roc. Considered the Buzzz’s slightly more overstable cousin, it falls between the Buzzz and the Buzzz OS in stability. Other than the increased fade, the Wasp also sports a beaded rim, differentiating it from the feel of a standard Buzzz and making it a natural disc to throw for previous Roc lovers. Wasp: 5, 3, 0, 2
What disc is like an Innova Pig?
The Innova Pig can be naturally replaced by Discraft’s Zone. Furthermore, Innova’s popular R-Pro Pig is easily replicable in the Jawbreaker Zone from Discraft. The Zone’s slightly lower profile makes it easier to handle for a wider range of players, the main reason why it has become the most popular approach disc on the market. Good for both forehands and backhands, this extremely overstable mold can handle whatever torque is put on it and always provides a reliable finish to its flight, no matter the angle. Zone: 4, 3, 0, 3
What disc is like an Infinite Discs Alpaca?
The Discraft Roach should replace an Infinite Discs Alpaca. The Roach's rounded rim and low profile matches the Alpaca to provide the same straight, consistent flight in the more consistent and diversified Discraft plastics. The Roach is a neutral stability putter with a beadless rim known for its comfortable feel in the hand and its glide while in flight. It first appeared as the 2015 Discraft Ace Race prototype. Roach: 2, 4, 0, 1
What disc is like a Lone Star Armadillo?
The Armadillo putter from Lone Star Disc can be replaced by the Discraft Ringer. The Ringer is a low-profile, overstable putter perfect for both putts and approaches. It also comes in a Groove-Top (GT) version to provide a thumb track superior to the Armadillo. The thin rim makes it easy to handle and control on both forehand and backhand throws. The overstability holds true and resists turning over, fitting into Discraft’s putt and approach lineup just behind the Zone. Ringer: 3, 4, 0, 2
What disc is like a Lone Star Tombstone?
The Discraft Force is a more readily available and consistent version of the Lone Star Disc Tombstone. This max distance, overstable driver is built for big arms looking to throw far. The Force’s heavy overstability allows it to resist turning over, even at high speeds. Even on anhyzer angles, this disc works hard to flex out and fade at the end, maximizing flight time and distance off the tee. Force: 12, 5, 0, 3
What disc is like an MVP Hex?
The easy replacement for MVP’s Hex is the best-selling disc of all time: the Discraft Buzzz. A dependable, straight-flying midrange with a consistent fade that holds any line you put it on, the Buzzz is a go-to for all levels of players. Given they have the same feel in the hand, the point-and-shoot style of play with turnover resistance is what makes the Buzzz a superior option to the Hex. Buzzz: 5, 4, -1, 1
What disc is like an MVP Octane?
The Discraft Hades will slot into a disc golf bag in place of an MVP Octane. This max-distance driver is perfect for hyzer-flips and long turnovers. Rip a full power shot with the Hades and watch it drift and glide before fighting back with a reliable fade. The Hades is the fifth disc in the Paul McBeth lineup. Hades: 12, 6, -3, 2
What disc is like an MVP Reactor?
The popular MVP Reactor can easily be switched out for Discraft’s Nebula. The Nebula’s Wasp-like flight without a beaded rim gives it the comfortability of a Buzzz in the hand, but with added overstability. The Nebula was released in 2008 as Discraft’s Ace Race prototype and eventually became the predecessor to the Buzzz OS. Since then, the Nebula’s production has been discontinued at Discraft until the Ledgestone Edition Z Swirl Nebula was released as a limited run in 2021. Nebula: 5, 4, -0.5, 2
What disc is like an MVP Volt?
The flight and feel of the MVP Volt is trumped by the flight and feel of the Discraft Athena. This overstable fairway driver is a slower-speed complement to Discraft’s Anax. Its torque resistance allows players to commit to shots and its predictable fade inspires confidence on release. The comfortable rim depth and width of the Athena make it a recommended overstable fairway driver for all levels of players. Athena: 7, 5, 0, 2
What disc is like a Discmania Cloudbreaker?
The Discraft Zeus is the replacement for Discmania’s Cloudbreaker (DD3). This overstable distance driver can handle wind and has enough torque resistance to fit both forehand and backhand throwers. The wide rim and consistency between runs makes it the most reliable option for players looking to gain big distance on the course. Zeus: 12, 5, -1, 3
What disc is like a Discmania P2?
The Discraft Roach is a seamless replacement for the Discmania P2 putter. The Roach's rounded rim and low profile matches the P2 to provide the same straight, consistent flight in the more reliable and diversified Discraft plastics. The Roach is a neutral stability putter with a beadless rim known for its comfortable feel in the hand and its glide while in flight. It first appeared as the 2015 Discraft Ace Race prototype. Roach: 2, 4, 0, 1
What disc is like a Dynamic Discs Sheriff?
The Discraft Crank slots into a disc golf bag in place of the Dynamic Discs Sheriff. The Crank is a max distance driver with high speed turn and a predictable fade. Its stable flight allows it to push straighter for longer before the overstability kicks in at the end of the flight. The Crank is great for hyzer-flips, turnovers and long, pushing hyzer shots. Crank: 13, 5, -2, 2
What disc is like the Dynamic Discs Felon?
The Discraft Raptor is a more consistent version of the Dynamic Discs Felon. The Raptor is an overstable fairway driver capable of fighting strong winds. It has a flat flight plate and comfortable rim depth for both forehand and backhand grips. It is Paul Ulibarri’s fairway driver of choice. Raptor: 9, 4, 0, 3
What disc is like the Dynamic Discs Justice?
The Dynamic Discs Justice can quickly be swapped out for the Discraft Buzzz OS. With the same feel in the hand as the best-selling disc of all time, the Buzzz, Discraft’s Buzzz OS adds wind-fighting capabilities and stronger fade to the midrange lineup. The ability to have a consistent feel between mids in the bag is something that sets the Buzzz OS apart from any other overstable disc in its class. Buzzz OS: 5, 4, 0, 3