Submitted by shawn
Avg Drive: 350
Disc Weights: 171g
Review: great mid range driver (250 to 300 ft) when released slight hyzer, it will turn flat and stay flat. excellent approach disc, I just aim at the far left chain and release slight anhyzer and imagine i am putting using my putting grip, very high chance of it just go in. you can put some snap behind it with out worrying it flying too far, in turn the accuracy goes up.
Submitted by Greg Rogotzke firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Twin Cities, Minnesota
Level: Advanced Am
Avg Drive: 350-400
Disc Weights: 172 g.
Review: Well I'ld have to disagree with the last review, as I throw moderately hard; and I am a big fan of the champion panther. It took one throw, and this disc became my primary short driver, and every once in a while my long distance putter. It has a very predictable flight path, and with it's relatively low glide rating, it seems to hang very nicely in the air. Maybe this disc isn't for everyone, but it's one of my favorite's.
Submitted by Grundy email@example.com
Disc Weights: 174
Review: I believe this is the best beginner disc for a driver whatever way u throw it that is the way it will fly I have this in my bag all the time love it for short holes and for turnover holes.
Submitted by James Diegel firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Corpus Christi
Disc Weights: 166 & 174
Review: I have owned a Champion Panther for about a year now and it is always in my bag when I go to play. For me, it is slighly understable with the same Turn (-2) and Fade (1) rating (according to Innova) as the Champion Leopard. I recently deposited my 166 in a local pond (#1 West Guth's Duck pond) and went out and bought a new one at 174. With the heavier weight is was harder to turn over but that works for me because I have learned how to throw harder (Thanks Disc Review). I use the Panther on most of my approach shots and on short drives that I want to S. I find it works well and is accurate on tight narrow runs like the type you may find on a wooded course with lots of trees in your way.
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