Submitted by Grundy firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Submittedy by Jim Cubbage <email@example.com>
I am a beginner to intermediate beginner. This is a very good disc for beginners as it can fly straight as an arrow when new. As you get better and develop your snap this disc becomes understable and can be a bit hard to control. I use it with a forehand for those “line of trees to the left of me, line of trees to the right of me” situations. Anyone who has played in Sylmar, CA knows that situation well. The Panther has good legs for its class and a small fade at the end which helps keep it out of trouble with a tight pin. If you have a big arm, this disc is not for you.
Submitted by Chris Cauble <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Panther is a mid to long disc that comes slightly understable right off the shelf. If you ever thrown a Stingray, imagine a smaller disc that is a bit more mid-like (Cobra/Roc) and longer than the Stingray. In other words, if you rip the Panther it is gonna have a slight right fade and good for 300' type shots. Thrown a bit slower it's straight as an arrow. Hyzer it a bit and it will indeed fade left. Good roller. Great "go for it" disc a la the Roc. Very versatile disc. Fights with my beat Valkyrie for right turn shots. Excellent beginner disc. Panther Rules.
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