Disc golf can be a fun and exciting game as well as great exercise. Learn some tips on how the Innova Champion Coyote disc flies in this free video.
This disk right here is a nice beat up Champion Coyote from a Nova. You can barely see the words there. I've gotten a lot of use out of this disc. This is another multipurpose disc and the great thing about this disc is that it's actually an under stable multi-purpose disc. So, I can use this for big Anheuser's or if I need to get dog leg right or if I need to get away from a tree as long as I let this disc out with the wing up and the nose down, I can get the disc to go right for me and get around the obstacles that I need it to get around and then it will come back and Heuser back over and that's the beauty of an under stable disc, is that you're able to hit gaps and windows that you don't normally see. I can also let this disc out with the wing up but the nose up also so I try to get it out this way like this and what that will do, that will actually create another roller. So, if I get this disc out up at an angle and I make sure that instead of coming straight across my chest, I try to bring it from shoulder to shoulder in a rainbow; that right when I get to my shoulder, if I let go of that disc, it will land on it's edge and roll because this has got more of a dome top. It's more dome than most of the distance drivers that you'll see. It doesn't roll as exceptionally far, but most of the time if you're throwing in mid-range, you're not looking for that much distance anyway. Again this is a Nova Champion Coyote, 180 grams.