Submitted by Dan email@example.com
Disc Weights: 149-150
Review: This disc is great for sidearm drives, and is really good for hammer throws. It seems like the more beat up it gets the better it is for hammer throwing.
Submitted by Joe McKee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am primarily a right-handed forehand thrower, and I find it difficult to get information regarding disc flight. I have only been playing for a month, but I practice every day in a wide-open field. The DX Banshee is my secondary driver, only because I get slightly less distance than the Valkyrie. I can make it go right, left or straight. It has slightly more tendency to turn over and roll then a Whippet, but much less than many other discs (e.g. a Cheetah or Discraft's Cyclone or Tracer).
Submitted by Danny Schrider (Maryland) #15505 <email@example.com>
I have been playing 4 years of serious disc golf and consider myself a good advanced player, almost ready to make the leap. I am right handed and my farthest drives are 325-350 feet. I use DX Banshees (172-175 grams) exclusively for my forehand (side-arm) shots. I have tried most of the overstable drivers as possible forehand discs and I always come back to the Banshee. It can handle a lot of snap and still not turn over (unless it is really beat up). It holds a very over-stable line during the second half of the flight. I have used it to skip up to the basket on long approach shots a million times and it is a great disc off the tee for doglegs right. I am able to drive a Banshee 300' off the tee. I only use the DX version because it gives me the most grip, which I need to generate a lot of snap/flick (never try to forehand a wet disc). The DX plastic does change it's flight characteristics over time. It will become less stable the longer it is used. The good news is, now you have a great forehand roller disc. I have rolled an experienced Banshee over 400' off the tee. If you play in wooded courses, you will need to learn a forehand roller. My forehand is the strongest part of my game. I would not be able to compete without a Banshee to throw and roll forehand. The closest disc I have found is a DX Firebird, but the turn is not as consistant as the Banshee.
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