The slightly shallower rim and flatter top makes the D3 Max faster than the D3 while providing more glide. It is set to be one of Prodigy's furthest flying distance drivers to date. The D3 Max will also have a slightly more understable flight than the D3, appealing to a wide range of players. Those with more power and experience will be able to pick an angle of release for the disc to hold, flying like a perfectly seasoned driver right off the shelf. Players with lower arm speeds or less experience will like how forgiving the D3 Max is for long distance drives with its smooth high speed turn and soft finish at the end.