Submitting a Review
To submit a review, use the submission form with your description and opinion of the disc you would like and I will post your review as soon as I can. Feel free to review discs I do not have listed on the pages, I will add them, chances are I forgot them or didn't know about them. I will try to post all reviews within 7 days of receiving them. Please include in your description all information you deem important (i.e. weight, throwing style suited for each disc, etc.). It may also be helpful to others to mention your level of play (pro, advanced amateur, intermediate amateur, beginner etc.) as bigger throwers will have a very different opinion than a beginner on most discs. Comparisons to other discs is often helpful but by no means necessary. Keep in mind YOUR opinion is most important in this but please avoid 1-line submissions such as "It's Great" or "This disc is crap." If you do NOT want your email or name listed with your submission, please let me know and I will list those as "Submitted by Anonymous." There is an info page for players who have submitted 5 or more reviews and would like to share a little about themselves. I hope to receive reviews and provide a helpful resource for disc research and reference. If you do submit a review of a basket or bag, please include as much information as possible. Thanks.
A Sample Submission:
Disc: Innova-Champion Eagle
Submitted by John Doe [firstname.lastname@example.org] on 7-2-01--------------
The Eagle is a fast, moderately overstable long range driver. It compares in stability to a Cyclone, but is faster and with better glide. It handles a headwind okay but I would probably recommend something a little more overstable into the wind like a Banshee, Firebird or X2. I am currently throwing around 400 feet off a tee and I really like to open up with the Eagle with a big, gliding s-curves and huge hyzers on open holes. This disc might be a little bit much for a beginner to handle when new but for players with bigger arms, it's great. As the dx plastic wears a bit it becomes easier to turn over and seems to get even bigger s-curves. I currently carry a Gazelle for tighter holes that I can't reach with a Roc but use the Eagle whenever I can open up.
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