Innova Star Aviar3


Flat-topped and fierce, the Aviar3 is an ideal putter for short drives, aggressive upshots, and windy putts. The Aviar3 has the same comfortable grip you’d expect in an Aviar putter but with a distinctive flat top. In the hand you feel the lower profile. It feels fast. Even better, it can handle the speed. Throw the Aviar3 with power, backhand or forehand, and you can trust it to drop on target.


The higher a disc's Speed, the farther it can go. But that doesn't mean you should automatically start stocking up on 13 and 14 Speed distance drivers. Most new players find that they actually get more distance with discs with speeds under 10. That's because most new players don't have a fast enough release to allow a 14 Speed distance driver to take its normal flight path. If you're a right-handed player throwing backhand and your drives are fading to the left too early, try a disc with a slower speed. Trust us!


The more Glide a disc has, the more it will glide (yes, we know that's hard to believe). Discs with a high Glide number are great for getting more distance, especially for players with lower arm speeds. However, a disc with lots of Glide can be slightly harder to control, especially in the wind.


When a right-handed player throws backhand, the disc will Turn very gently to the right (left for left-handed players throwing backhand). The higher a disc's Turn rating, the further right it will travel. Discs with high Turn are considered to be "understable," and are great for helping players with slower arms speeds get more distance. However, they are also vulnerable to headwinds.


When a right-handed player throws backhand, the disc will Fade to the left once it nears the end of its flight path. The higher a disc's Fade number, the more the disc will Fade. Discs with a high Fade number are considered to be "stable" or "overstable."