Originally Posted by Dan H.
I like the disc but can anyone give me a logical explanation as to why they are calling it a "long range driver" as opposed to fairway driver? I know the subject has come up before but I'd like a real answer. It seems strange to me.
Its just discraft's nonsensical categorization of drivers based on distance. It goes Long Range Driver, Extra Long Range Drivers, then Maximum Distance Drivers. My suspicion is they called their drivers "Long Range Drivers" at first, then when they got faster, they created a new category to differentiate from a marketing standpoint, and so on and so on.