The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The Innova Champion Tern is an understable max distance driver that's designed to flex from one side to the other and glide down the fairway. It's a 12 speed disc so it does require some power to get going, it wants to get at least 300 feet no matter if you're in the woods or not.
When thrown flat the Tern begins to turn quickly. It's going to leak to one side and then have a forward crashing finish that carries the disc until it runs out of steam. Thrown with a little anhyzer and this disc will ride that natural anhyzer for a long time before flipping and fading back out. If you're throwing this on a hyzer expect the glide to be the biggest factor in the flight. The Tern will get great distance and carry fairly far. The Tern is designed with the backhand player in mind, a sidearm will flip this disc if thrown too forcefully.
Champion plastic is the most durable plastic that players can buy. It's designed with pro, and intermediate players in mind. These discs will last a long time and the flight path on champion stays the same for a very long time. It takes a lot of throws for this disc to beat in. Star plastic Terns will become more flippy quickly but the Champion plastic will take years to beat in and be flippy.
If you want a driver that can flip when you need it to, get good forward glide, and is available at a good price then check out the Innova Champion Tern.