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The GStar Shryke from Innova Champion Discs is an incredible high speed driver that has lots of distance to offer. This disc is designed to flip over and turn early in the flight before fighting back and fading out.
It's easy to grip and easy to throw. The Shryke has lots of glide, and is ready to turn over early in the flight so that you get maximum distance. It's great for forehand or backhand players who want that extra glide in a high speed driver. The rim isn't too wide so most disc golfers will be able to hold it with ease. The flight path is going to be a big S curve so make sure when you're throwing the Shryke you have plenty of room to the right and the left for it to swing. It will also move quickly down the fairway and further than you expect. This is a max distance driver, it excels when thrown over 300 feet.
GStar plastic is interesting because it's more grip and more flip. It's a softer star plastic and the price is a little lower as well. GStar discs work well during every day of the year but they really excel in the cold. When your other discs have become too overstable and stiff the GStar Shryke will fly almost the same as it did during the summer months. It's popular with many female pro players because of the distance that you can get.
If you want a disc that going to fade late and give you that extra forward glide then get yourself a GStar Shryke.