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Disc Review



Ching
Juju Supreme

Type: Putt & Approach
Diameter: 21.3cm
Available Weights: 165-180g
Plastic: Ching Supreme

Supreme Juju
Flight Rating Category Value What Ching says:
Juju is a multi-purpose short range golf disc suitable for putting and approaching. It has a flat sided rim for more target surface contact & friction, and to slow it down for controlled upshots. The flight is designed to be neutral in stability with minimal fade so you'll land flat where you aim. The rim depth is similar to typical putter profiles, but is comfortably enhanced by the EXCELERATOR™ contours. The lower rim built-in big bead fortifies the structure and provides a smooth release. Perfectly balanced for ultimate accuracy.
Maximum Flight Speed 3.0
Resistance To High Speed Turn 2.0
Amount Of Low Speed Fade 2.5
Propensity To Fade 4.0
Glide 8.5
Relative Distance 2.5
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level 1.0
Predictability 1.5
Uniformity Of Break In Period 2.5
Overall Durability 2.5 Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted 10-29-07
Submitted by RCLO Disc Weights: 172
Review: Just got the Juju Supreme Crystal. I love the Velocity Supreme grip, so I wanted to try the putt/approach in the same plastic. First, let me say that the Supremem plastic isn't for everyone - it's soft, grippy and floppy, like it was made out of Gummy Bears. However, if you aren't put off by the super flexibility, the disc has a really positive grip. Unlike the Velocity, it's hard to figure out which of the thumb "excelerator" indents to choose for the optimum grip. The clear plastic was smokey when I got it, but some alcohol and hard rubbing with a soft cloth removed all of the smokey residue, and now it's almost as clear as glass. The Juju flies absolutely true: it holds a flat line, an anhyzer line or a hyzer line exactly as you throw it - essentially all the way to the ground. It doesn't want to be thrown too hard, which might explain why some folks think it flips too easily. It's worse than I expected in gabbing the right side of the chains - probably because it is so floppy that it doesn't penetrate as well as a stiffer disc. It also has bounced off and done a long, slow rollaway, which was disappointing. However, smack the chains near the sweet spot and you'll be in every time without any bounceback.
Posted 07-05-07
Submitted by moonlit Location: MN
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 171
Review: Too soft, too grippy. It putts ok. But anything more than 40 feet or so, I can't trust it because it tends to "grip lock" or "grip stick" and go off to the right on me. It has the same results for my friends also. To me, it is a gimmicky plastic that looks cool. Let me put it this way; I have played with over 100 different players and there is only one that I know of that uses it. Ching's harder DX type plastic JuJu is a better choice.
Posted 06-03-07
Submitted by Carl Boje carlboje11@aol.com
Disc Weights: 175
Review: Start with a Power or Fusion, The Fusion is the exact same hardness as the power, just a little bit grippier ( I mean ever so slightly grippier) Once you have learned how to throw these things, by Pushing down with your thumb, and wristing it straight out in front of you, Then move to a Supreme Plastic version. If you are throwing the supreme Juju correctly, it is so gummy that it has no choice but to grab the chains and stay in. This disc has shaven many strokes off my game, and it gives me the freedom to shoot for the basket everytime, because even if I miss with lots of power it will stop wherever it lands, usually giving me a 6 to 10 foot Putt. I love this disc!
Posted 03-30-07
Submitted by innovaman86 Disc Weights: 180g
Review: I came across a juju about a year ago, and i ended up loving the built in thumbs groves. this putter seems to never fade if thrown flat. it has taken alteast 3 strokes off my game since using it for approaching and putting. i strongly suggest getting one. by the way their are stiff juju's out there.
Posted 10-08-06
Submitted by royrupertson
Disc Weights: 169
Review: This disc is a silly lookin one. The thumb grips are what caught my attention at first, and then the feel of the plastic. Simply put this disc feels floppy like raw meat but throws just like... raw meat. Maybe this is because i'm just not used to it, but it seems it does the exact opposite of what I want.
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