The Beast was issued in the era of the wide rimmed driver. It was an instant classic when it was released; giving players more distance using less power. The Beast’s high glide, high speed and high speed turn all combine to give big distance. It is suitable for beginners and pros alike. The Champion Beast is endorsed by two-time World Champion Barry Schultz.
The Beast was well named back in the day, but it is not nearly so beastly as the name and stamp suggest. Provided a player can release a disc with no hyzer angle, and with the nose also flat, then the Beast is going to be a delightful low-ceiling annie-to flat disc for tight fairways.
With more space and altitude, the Beast will sweep right, before hyzering back to pretty much the line it was thrown down.
In DX plastic, the disc will become understable rapidly, turning into a maximum distance roller in just a short time.
If you like the Beast as a new disc, we suggest a Champion Beast, or a Westside Hatchet, or a Latitude 64 River - both of which are perhaps a little easier to throw than the Beast, and with even better glide.