We have the Prodigy fairway drivers in stock if anyone wants one. We also have putters in 300 series plastic. We'll have it all with us at the Baker toss tomorrow and then it'll be up at Rick's Sporting Goods this weekend.
It's not where your disc is landing, but rather where it's coming from. Distance drivers are meant to be thrown from the tee box. Fairway drivers are slower and more likely to be thrown from the fairway.
BMB ... you play ball golf at all? if so, self-explanatory. If not I'll try ...
golf... longest club in your bag, typically only hit off the tee, decent players can take it off the deck for longer fairway shots if needed.
disc golf ... very wide rimmed "fast" discs made for long distance throws, typically tee shots or LONG approach shots
golf "fairway wood" ... typically hit from the fairway on par 4/5 holes where the drive was extremely short or on longer holes where there is still 250+yards left to the pin
disc golf "fairway driver" ... holes where your distance driver would be too long, tighter lower ceiling holes where accuracy is prudent.
golf "irons" ... typically used for 220 yards and in for an "average" golfer
disc golf ... shorter slower discs for shorter more precise (hopefully) holes/throws and some up-shots
golf ... rolling the ball on the green to the cup, and in hopefully in 2 or less shots :)
disc golf ... shots at the basket, misc up-shots and precise shots where a slow discs that will typically not fly too far past said basket is needed.
And, if you were just being "smart" ... well hopefully it helps someone that didn't know for real.