Submitted by matt email@example.com
Disc Weights: 175
Review: very versatile disc. can throw it comfy like a midrange around 250' or 325' like a longer fairway driver. the heavier weights hold a nice line. the best thing about this disc is the minimal crash at the end of the flight which distinguishes it from other fairways in its class.
Submitted by Marcus Location: Morgantown, WV
Avg Drive: 275
Disc Weights: 175 grams
Review: I was weary of the Cheetah at first due to its weight and mostly used it for tomahawk throws out of the woods. But as I've kept it in my bag for awhile I've come to have a great appreciation for its usefulness as a long and extremely predictable driver. It tends to fade left at the end of my drives, but that could be due to my current lack of proper driving skills. I would recommend this driver for any player just starting out.
Submitted by Brian firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian; Intermediate Amateur sidearm driver. For the first year or two I played this was my only disc. It is very predicable and I find it can do it all if thrown correctly for the situation. It's low speed fade is moderate and predicable when thrown sidearm like I do. When new it will fly straight with right fade (sidearm), but as it wears in it will begin to S, then become prone to turnover left. My only current Cheetah is now so beat up if not thrown with the outside edge down on the release it will anhyzer, though not severely, which is handy to have when most discs go straight or right on a sidearm throw.
Submitted by Biologist7000@aol.com
The Cheetah is a straight for long range throws and for power. it can soar through trees, (obviously) grass, and sand at ease. I find the Cheetah easy to throw in difficult areas. The Cheetah is fast and has good aim. The Cheetah can curve easily depending on the user. The Cheetah is very durable and tough.
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