The Lone Star Tumbleweed is a faster very understable fairway driver. The Tumbleweed is going to give you a lot of turn out of the box and will be great for beginners. The Tumbleweed has a shallow rim allowing you to have a clean release.
The Lone Star Guadalupe is a straight to understable fairway driver. The Guadalupe has a bit deeper rim, but still has a comfortable feel. The Guadalupe has a lot of glide that will allow you to get that extra distance for your fairway shots.
The Penny Putter is a neutral flying beadless putt and approach disc. This disc makes a great putter and for throwing to get next to the pin. The Penny Putter has a deeper rim with a flat top allowing for a great grip.
The Mad Cat is a great option for a consistent slight fade for a fairway driver. This disc has a lot of versatility with the stability and can be a workhorse in a lot of players bags. The Mad Cat has a slight dome along with a shallow rim.
The Chupacabra is the perfect go to overstable fairway driver in the Lone Star Discs lineup. This disc can be relied on in any conditions to fight out of the angle that it is put on to get you back to the pin.
The Lone Star Discs Bull Snake is a very overstable approach disc. The Bull Snake can be your next go to approach disc to get you next to the pin. This disc has a micro bead along with a deeper rim as well as a nice and grippy plastic to go along with it.
The Lone Star Discs Warbird is a consistent overstable distance driver with a lot of glide to get you that big distance. The Warbird has a slight dome and deep rim to really get into those big power shots to get down the fairway.
The Lone Star Discs BB6 is an understable mid range that is very beginner friendly. This is a great first mid range for a beginner to have something to go further than the putter. The BB6 is going to give you a little bit of turn at the beginning and will eventually have a slight fade.
The Jack Rabbit from Lone Star Discs is a putt and approach disc that is not to be overlooked. The Victor plastic is nice and grippy with a little give making it feel great in the hand. The Jack Rabbit has a bead with a slightly deep rim.
The Tombstone from Lone Star Discs is a very overstable distance driver. The Tombstone is great for a utility disc to get you out of those tough spots and close to the pin. The consistent overstability makes this disc an absolute workhorse.
The Lone Star Discs Dos X is your next best go to straight fairway driver. The Dos X has a very slight dome making it comfortable throwing backhand. The Dos X is going to give you a little bit of turn and a very slight fade in its flight making it easy for straight fairways.
The Lone Star Bowie is a fast and overstable distance driver. The Bowie is designed for those with a lot of power or are looking for a consistent overstable driver. The Bowie has a shallow rim allowing for an easy release.
The Mockingbird is a great option for a first fairway driver from Lone Star Discs lineup. The stability of this disc to perfect for beginners as well as workable for more advanced players. The Mockingbird has a slight dome making it comfortable for the backhand grip.
The Lone Star Discs Walker is the perfect disc if you are looking for something to go a little further than your approach discs and shorter than your fairway drivers. The Walker is going to be a very reliable overstable mid range to fight out of the angle that it is put on. This disc has a deeper rim as well as a bead.
The Lone Star Discs Harpoon can easily replace the approach disc that you are currently using. The Harpoon has a shallow rim and his beadless making it very comfortable for forehand and backhand. The grippy victor plastic is definitely something to try out for your approach discs.
The Curl is a stable to overstable distance driver from Lone Star Discs. The Curl is great for those that want a relatively straight distance driver with a lot of glide. The stability of the Curl makes it easy to control and have an easy release with the shallow rim.