What's in between a Leopard and TL?

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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby JR » Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:57 pm

Depending on the level of beatness all of the above can fit the bill except i don't know of the FD not having thrown one. A DX Cheetah shouldn't take a lot of time thrown in tight wooded courses to fade TL type or even in between the discs in the question. Cheetahs will break into Leopards eventually. With possibly a little bit more fade. DX ELs may be more difficult to acquire but Champs are around and they fade more than the TL and the semi soft blend of last year breaks in fairly fast for Champion on rocky courses to lose HSS to flip like the TL or even the Leo fairly soon.
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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby martinb » Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:18 am

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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby TheBGKid » Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:16 pm

I guess I should be more specific with what I'm looking for if that helps narrow anything down. I'm looking for a versatile fairway driver, one where I can throw it straight down a gap with a small turn and gentle fade, I can force it over for an anhyzer, or slow it down for a gentle hyzer without it fading hard to the left.
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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby Flipflat » Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:32 pm

How far are you throwing?

I'd say stick with a leopard, prob a star leopard after you beat it up some.

Or an FD, which is what I use, and works at a wide range of power.
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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby TheBGKid » Fri Mar 16, 2012 4:18 pm

Flipflat wrote:How far are you throwing?

I'd say stick with a leopard, prob a star leopard after you beat it up some.

Or an FD, which is what I use, and works at a wide range of power.


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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby Jesse B 707 » Fri Mar 16, 2012 5:09 pm

JLS, XL or FD would be my answers
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Re: What's in between a Leopard and TL?

Postby linkinparkervii » Fri Mar 16, 2012 7:20 pm

TheBGKid wrote:I guess I should be more specific with what I'm looking for if that helps narrow anything down. I'm looking for a versatile fairway driver, one where I can throw it straight down a gap with a small turn and gentle fade, I can force it over for an anhyzer, or slow it down for a gentle hyzer without it fading hard to the left.


Sounds like an FD to me.
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