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The Innova Star Leopard3 is an understable fairway driver that's a workhorse on the course. This 7 speed disc is thrown by everyone from touring pros to amateurs across the world.
The flight path of the Leopard3 is very sharp. It begins turning almost right away, you'll see it continue turning down the fairway and then flatten out at the end of the flight to have a small hyzer flare at the end. It's perfect for when you want to throw something backhand that doesn't have the same angle as a forehand shot. For newer players this disc is something that they can throw straight, it's an important part of the bag. As players advance with skill level they'll be able to manipulate this disc more and get a consistent turnover. The Leopard3 can be thrown forehand or backhand with great results. It has a glide rating of 5 which is excellent for staying in the air for a long time.
Star plastic is durable and can come in a variety of weights. It's great because while it does beat in, it can still be thrown for years. At Sabattus Disc Golf we work hard to keep the price low on star plastic because we know you'll want more than one of these discs. Star has great grip, and it's the choice for most professional players.