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The Innova Star Hawkeye is a stable fairway driver that's designed for long straight flight. It's a great backhand or touch forehand choice. The Hawkeye kind of fits that spot in the Innova lineup between a Teebird and a Leopard3. Not too much turn, and not too much fade, it's the Goldilocks between them.
The flight path of the Hawkeye is straight with minimal turn and a little fade at the end of the flight. Because of the glide, you will want to compensate for that little extra tail of hyzer at the end of the flight. This disc was designed to fly down tunnels and get you amazing shots. It's throwable by players of all skill levels. Pros will love it for the straight shots that they can crank to about 350 feet before it gets super flippy. Amateurs will love the glide and distance while not having to rely on a disc that swings from side to side. Hyzer flip this disc and see what other angles you can make it hold.
Star plastic from Innova is a premium blend that offers lots of great grip and durability. It's affordable, what the pros throw on the Disc Golf Pro Tour and what everyone on your local course loves to throw too.
The Innova Star Hawkeye has predictability when it's flying. You know it's going to be straight, have a little turn, come back, and then do a gentle long fade to end up mostly in the middle. It's a great fairway driver that flies well in the open, tunnels, and anywhere you're not trying to crush for maximum distance.