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The Leopard has been endorsed by former World Champion Barry Schultz. It`s a great finesse driver that`s versatile enough to deliver pinpoint accurate drives to a full spectrum of players from beginners to World Champions. For newbies it makes a great control driver that will give good distance with a minimal amount of fade at the end. For top-level pros and most players in between this makes a great utility disc to depend on when keeping the disc straight and on the fairway is essential. The pro version is slicker and faster and will break in quickly to become a sweet turnover driver. Optimal distance range 290-350 feet. 170-175 grams.
Great Disc! I threw this directly into a tree and it handled it just like my star plastic roadrunner would, there was barely a mark on the rim.. It also seems to have a little more glide than my buddy's champion leopard. This is a great disc for players of all skill levels. I cant say enough good things about pro plastic. super grippy, super durable. (Posted on 1/15/14)
Pro leopard = awesome! Stays in better shape than the dx and is half the price of the champion. I used one of these for a couple years and it was my only fairway driver. Flips over slightly for mid size arms and predictably comes back. It's a wonderful disc. Get it! (Posted on 1/20/11)
The leopard is a great, all-purpose discs...however, something about the pro plastic just doesn't work for me. If you're a fan of the pro plastic then you HAVE to have a leopard in your bag. I carry a DX and Star at all times in case of long, low, straight shots or rollers. Best distance/fairway driver out there. (Posted on 1/20/11)