The Wingman Havran is a straight, predictable midrange. It’ll hold any angle you put it on, and it won't let you down; even on the tightest lines in the woods. Tight anhyzers, accurate hyzers, and most importantly straight shots, where it truly excels. Just like a raven (its name in English), it flies skillfully, fast, and glides for a heck of a long time, with a nice fade at the end. Havran throws are simply poetry that even Edgar Allan Poe would not be ashamed of. And who would we recommend this disc to? Absolutely everyone... both beginners and experienced disc golfers will benefit from its flight characteristics. You can find a lot of things to love in the Havran.

The first flight performance number indicates how quickly the disc is able to cut its way through the air, aka how aerodynamic it is. The slowest drives are number 1 and the fastest are number 14.


The name itself suggests that it will be about how long the disc stays in the air. The minimum is 1 (falls to the ground like a rock) and the maximum is 7 (he has time to go to lunch before he hits the ground).


Now it gets interesting. When you throw the disc (RHBH), it initially flies quite fast and tends to turn to the right. The numbers take on values from -5 (a lot to the right) to +1 (not flying to the right at all). Discs with a negative turn are also more suitable for beginners.


The opposite of the turn. This time, however, it is a low speed (at the end of the flight) - because of it, the disk turns to the left (RHBH). Values from 0 (flight ends straight) to 5 (extremely left). Discs with a high fade are suitable, for example, for headwinds.

Havran is a great midrange that will find a place in every player's bag. It will reliably teach a beginner the correct backhand technique, and an advanced player can do magic with it on forest holes. Compared to other similar discs, it stands out with its incredible glide, which gives every throw a few extra meters.
Daniel Konečný
Champion of the Czech Republic 2019