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The Innova Champion Shryke is a speed 13 driver that's meant to glide for long easy distance. Players will find that it becomes their longest driver and that it's great thrown sidearm or backhand.
These discs have a fairly large dome that allows them to glide for a long time in the air. The flight path of the Innova Champion Shryke is going to look like an S in the air. When thrown flat by a right hand backhand it will start straight, leak right and then at the end of the flight dip back to the left. The Shryke is stable but not overstable, you'll be able to flip right off the rack and get that full flight. These discs will beat in over time and become understable but with Champion plastic that's going to take some time. Champion tends to be the most durable plastic and helps to retain the original flight path of the disc for a long time.
The rim on a Shryke isn't super wide for a high speed driver. It's the preferred distance driver of a lot of Team Innova women on tour because it has the potential to flip right away and the rim isn't too large. This disc is also popular with players who struggle with more overstable high speed drivers such as the Destroyer, but still want to get the incredible distance.
The Shryke belongs in so many people's bag because it's a long throwers dream and it's faster than a fairway for how straight the disc finished. Get a Shryke and get more distance in your golf game.