The Leopard is a common fairway driver that comes in a lot of the Innova starter packages. The Leopard is supposedly one of the easiest discs to throw straight, and is a good disc for turnover shots. It has a speed rating at just (6), but a high amount of glide (5). Its rated with a fair (-2) turn, and a minimal fade (1), which allow it to fly very straight.
Initially, I wasn’t the biggest fan of the Leopard because it didn’t fly well with my forehand throws. When I throw it with my normal sidearm release it almost always turns sideways and ends up a roller. But after doing just a few backhand throws, (the most common type of throw for disc golfers), I was a fan. The Leopard soared long, straight, and only faded slightly at the very end of the flight. It is one of the straightest flying drivers I have tested. For beginners, it gets just as much distance as any “distance driver.”
The experts claim it is a great driver for beginners, and I agree. It is an easy to throw, straight flying driver. A great choice to help you get lower scores as you try to master the game of disc golf.
Here’s a professionally written review provided by Summit Sports:
The Leopard comes in all the major plastics. It’s actually the only speed 6 fairway driver that comes in the higher quality plastics (Champion, Star). If you’re looking for a low speed, straight flying, fairway driver that won’t easily get dings, nicks, and dents, then the Leopard is what you want.
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