Submitted by Chris firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc Weights: 170
Review: The Marauder was my first I ever had. Decent disc with two outstanding characteristics: extremely predictible and extremely resiliant. Last year my friend's dog even chewed on it and left teeth marks but it still flies exactly the same. Turns in high speed a lot, but also fades hard. Not much distance but a lot of float so it's good for throwing around obsticals in low wind.
Submitted by Chris Jepsen IntrusionExpert@aol.com
Location: Franklin, NC., Mobile, AL
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 174 grams
Review: Don't let them discontinue this disc. This is a great disc which only gets better as it matures. An old classic. A real acer.
Submitted by Dave
I'm a RHBH thrower, using a traditional X-step "swing", and have played disc golf at least every 2 weeks for the last 10 years, and 2-3 times/week in the summer. I guess I threw the Marauder in every game for 5-6 years. Anyway, I found it to be a good headwind driver. Into the wind, at high speed, it would fly straight and fade left a little at the end. Downwind or no wind, it would curve right at high speed, then loop back through an S-curve at the end, basically resulting in a straight flight. However, if thrown with the nose and outside edge up, it would predictably curve right then straighten out and fall as it began the S-curve back to the left, resulting in a flight path ending well to the right of the direction it was released, but not much roll after impact. I found it would do the same thing to the left if thrown sidearm. I relied on this disk for ANY dog-leg holes or mandatories that forced you down a crooked fairway. But, alas, it now sleeps with the fishes. I miss my Marauder... do they sell them anymore??? I can't seem to find one in the stores, after mine was lost in a lake (never loan your disss to an amateur!).
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