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The Champion Banshee is one of the most overstable discs in production today. Great for fighting the wind and for severe hyzer shots and forehand drives, the Banshee will perform best when there is some wind to hold it out and up. It`s fast speed allows it to cut through heavy wind making it a long distance disc when other discs are failing. Also works great for low screaming skip shots. The clear ones are the most stable while the opaque are not quite so stable. Specify your preference at checkout. Popular with power players and players who turn over most other discs. Many colors available. 150-175 grams.
The banshee is the perfect overstable driver. No turn, even into a headwind and easier to throw than a firebird. It goes straight for 70% of its flight before fading hard in the last 30%. To me it flies like a longer gator. Despite it's stability the banshee doesn't lack glide like some of the higher speed overstable drivers. (Posted on 1/15/14)
For a fairway driver, the banshee is capable of great distance and amazing consistency. It is a great beginners disc to help you prefect your drive and get used to discs. Even though I've been playing for 5 years now, it still maintains a place in my bag as it is quite versatile and can give you the right distance without overthrowing on shorter holes. (Posted on 10/27/12)
The banshee is like a mini firebird. Flies fast with not a lot of glide and a hard fade at the end. Great for flicks, overhands and flex shots that need to come back. If the firebird is too much disc for you, look no further than the Banshee. (Posted on 9/27/12)
Very controllable driver.I have it in that easy-to-lose green color that blends into an open grassy field (and everywhere).Still haven't managed to lose it, it just goes where I throw it.Does fade a bit quick when I get lazy with spin though. (Posted on 3/29/12)
Extremely overstable fairway driver. I use mine almost exclusively for thumbers because of the consistency. The top to this thing is almost a "reverse dome" very flat and aerodynamic. (Posted on 7/5/11)
like to flick? this is the disc...Lot's of uses for you overstable needs. long flat drives...helix shots...super controlled anhyzers...windy day utility disc. Would not recommend for beginners. (Posted on 5/16/11)
Unless you throw a pretty good forehand, this disc is useless. It fades so quickly, even if you try to s-turn it, it won't go very far. Definitely not what I would consider a long range driver. My friend threw his and couldn't find it, and he was actually happier for the rest of the day. (Posted on 1/20/11)
I found this disc to be great for forehand and it can be very fun to throw. It may not get you quite the distance as many of the other overstable drivers out there but this disc can be great for short, hard turning courses. This can be a good disc to use to get you out of trouble situations as well. Good disc, but there are many other preferable discs on the market i would choose over this one so make sure to look around the Clear Water Disc Golf store first. (Posted on 9/10/10)
The Banshee is... ...an excellent choice driver for a short length disc course. I learned to throw discs with this mold, and it was pretty hard at first. Fortunately, I had very good counsel to help turn things around. The Banshee opens the door for throwing forehand and backhand a long way comfortably with the same disc. The stability of the Banshee affords you with a consistent flight path with which you can learn to throw these different types of shots. I would recommend this disc (along with a TeeBird) as the primary drivers when playing a course with shots under 300ft. You would pretty much have your needs covered with these two discs off of the tee. A recommendation: learn to throw different distances both fore- and back-hand with the Banshee. You will develop great control as you continue to practice. This will expand your game immensely. (Posted on 9/5/10)