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The Innova GStar Beast is a distance driver that offers players lots of high speed turn and stable finish at the end of the flight. This mold has been instrumental in the 2 MPO World Titles that Barry Schultz earned. It's meant for long glide distances and to give you an S curve. The Beast has been out there since 2002 and it was an instant classic. Ask someone who throws this disc how much they love the Beast.
The flight path of the Beast is a long one so get used to those long turns and slow fade hyzers at the end of the flight. The Beast can be your go to driver in most distance situations. It's stable but not overstable, and handles the forehand/sidearm as well as the backhand. It's a wide rimmed driver, but it's easier to get up to speed than other discs like the Wraith or Destroyer. If you're a beginner to high speed drivers make sure you check out the Beast. It can be thrown by pros or anyone who is consistently throwing 250+ feet. Make sure to throw the Beast somewhere that has a little room to move from side to side, because it wants to mov
GStar plastic from Innova is a very grippy and slightly soft blend. It offers players a little extra glide and turn right off the rack where Beasts in champion and star plastic take a few hits to get that turn in their flight.
The Innova GStar Beast is a suitable disc for beginners and pros alike, as long as you're chucking about 250+ feet. It's going to give you a long S curve, slow hyzer, and a very long flight.