We currently have two discs in the works, and are hoping to have four different discs on the market within the next year. Our discs are designed and manufactured right here in the USA.
The Daytona from Finish Line Discs is an amazing overstable distance driver. Although it’s overstable, the Daytona still wants to fly and glide, resulting in great distance down the fairway! It’s workable on any line, and you can rely on its overstable finish regardless of the conditions. One of the Daytona’s outstanding features is how surprisingly torque resistant it is, and can hold up to lots of power / flex.
The Daytona is currently PDGA approved and will be released in 2023.
The Interval from Finish Line Discs is in a class of its own. As our flagship Distance Driver, it is the furthest flying Driver in our line up and it’s going to be a favorite among many. It’s a straight flying driver that is great for all skill levels and glides like no other. One of its best characteristics is how user friendly it is and it always seems to go where you want it to go without having to throw it super hard. While it’s fairly straight flying, it’s surprisingly torque resistant, and can hold up to plenty of power. The Interval is going to be an exceptional tool for all players and a perfect compliment to the more stable Daytona Driver in our line up.
The Interval is currently PDGA approved and is scheduled to be released October 18, 2023.
Our first disc, the Era was released March 31st, 2022.
This disc was designed to be the all purpose control driver for all skill levels.
With a mostly flat top and neutral flight path the Era works well for both backhand and forehand shots. This disc is understable enough to be useful for newer players, but has enough stability that it can handle control shots for players with the power of Drew Gibson. The Era has enough speed and glide to go as far as many distance drivers, but has minimal fade for the straight flight of a fairway. This is a disc for everyone.
The Era is currently available in Forged and Composite plastics.
In forged plastic the Era is a stable flyer.
The composite version is substantially more overstable.
These two different plastic versions essentially result in two different discs.
The Rally is a straight flying, glidey fairway like no other. It’s workable on any line, and just goes where you want it to go. While it’s straight flying, it’s surprisingly torque resistant, and can hold up to lots of power. You are not going to want to miss out on the rally.
The Launch Edition Rally was released on September 6, 2023.
The First Run Rally is scheduled to be released on October 18, 2023.
The Torque is an overstable reliable fairway driver. The torque isn’t as overstate as a Firebird, but it will hold up to the power given to it and will come back on a nice flex line.
The Launch Edition Torque was released on August 23, 2023.
The First Run Torque is scheduled to be released on October 18, 2023.
Our second disc, the Supra is a straight flying midrange. If you follow Drew Gibson, you know he loves pumping straight flying mids down tight fairways. The Supra will accomplish just that and is designed to fly like a beat in Buzzz.
Retooled Supra – 5/30/2023
The retooled version of the Supra offers much more glide and torque resistance than the initial “launch edition” Supras previously released.
Pace is the first putter in the Finish Line. This beadless putter is similar to a P2 or and Alpaca and will release in February of 2023.
Tour Series member, James Proctor, relies on the Pace for an approach disc heavily on tour.