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Millennium JLS

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Disc Information

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The Millennium JLS is a great stable driver that helped revolutionize the future of distance driver technology. This was the best selling disc golf driver at the beginning of the century. The “LS” stands for long straight, and while this disc both turns and fades, it is a very consistent disc that regularly lands where you are trying to throw it.

The popular JLS disc is available in the Millennium, Quantum, and Sirius plastics. If you want more color, this disc is available dyed in the standard Millennium plastic. If you’re looking for a good turnover driver, the JLS is available in weights as low as 145g.

Millennium JLS

JLS Dimensions

  • Diameter: 21.0cm (96.95% of average)
  • Height: 1.5cm (74.74% of average)
  • Rim Depth: 1.1cm (93.46% of average)
  • Rim Width: 1.6cm (109.37% of average)
  • Available Weights (Standard): 150g; 160-165g
  • Available Weights (Standard Dyed, Quantum, Sirius): 160-175g
  • Available Weights (Quantum Dyed): 160-164g

Millennium JLS Additional Information:

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Disc Reviews

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14 Reviews

  1. Gregg Smith
    Review Supporter, L4

    Got this disk 167gram as a distance straight driver. A bit over stable for my 45 year old noodle arm. Cranked it full speed in a tree by accident and disk did not taco at all! My first step in breaking this in! Flying straighter for me by the day with good distance! Glad I made this purchase! Love trying all the brands other than Innova and Discraft! Discraft still my personal favorite thus far but very happy with this purchase! A long flying straight tunnel shot driver is something everyone needs in their bag! You won’t be disappointed and does not take 2 years to break in! Try one!

  2. Jacob Tucker
    Reader

    I have this disc in base and Sirius plastic both perform similar but have their own idiosyncrasies. For reference I’m at about 350-375 average power with the occasional 400′ drive.

    Base plastic: This disc starts out as a laser, no turn, minimal fade, relatively flat topped in comparison to the Sirius, more on that later. After a few hits this disc starts to shine. It has a nice, predictable, even high speed turn that falls back to straight flight when released flat. Does great for hyzer flips and will hold a pure hyzer line. This disc will easily hold an anny line all the way to the ground.

    Sirius plastic: As mentioned earlier this disc is a bit more domey. It starts out with a little more high speed turn than the base but is also more low speed stable. This disc is an amazing disc for line shaping, it will hold what ever line it is put on and has a natural gentle S curve.

  3. Umesh Chaudhari
    Review Elite, L9

    I throw slightly greater than 400 ft regularly.So, JLS is my turnover driver. When new, it will go super straight to a little turn on right and stable out at the end. The standard plastic beats-in fairly quickly and the beauty emerges out of this disc. I normally use this disc for dog leg right holes which have at least 15ft wide fairway. I would launch it flat to slight hyzer line, let it fly about 15 feet above the ground and this thing finishes always right. If I throw too much wide or high it will turn (-2) but fade back to the left. I sometime use this disc for those tight fairways when it is fairly new or I will use less power for a medium beat-in disc. I can throw this disc about 375-380 ft.

  4. Ben B
    Reviewer, L2

    I gave this a 4 of 5. I’d give it a 4.4 out of 5 if I could haha.
    Can definitely throw this disc very straight. Also turned out to be a GREAT roller for me. I have a 172 in standard plastic which I must say is much better than the base plastic by other companies. This is definitely stable/understable with a slow fade at the end.
    Overall I’d say it’s pretty solid. Can’t forehand it tho, not me at least.

  5. C Sears
    Review Fanatic, L5

    Good all around driver for the 225′ to 275′ tee. Fairly stable to under stable flight path with a slight predictable fade at the end. Comfortable disc to throw when in that middle of the road situation of not needing a big driver but too long for a midrange.

  6. Umesh
    Review Elite, L9

    JLS millennium is the disc that give me my first ever ACE. This is an extremely durable and stable disc. I use this disc as a fairway driver in any kind of upshot or downhill shot. I compare this disc with Innova Leopard, but I trust JLS for greater distance and stability than Leopard. This will be in my bag for ever.

    • Umesh
      Review Elite, L9

      Greatest disc ever made. I can trust this disc than any other disc in the market. I haven’t used Latitude 64 River in gold line yet but I can confidently say this disc will beat any disc of its line (i.e., numbers). you can get great turn over shots for pins as short as 150 ft to as long as 350 feet. Standard plastics is very durable and firm and can last for many months.

  7. Trevor Loew
    Review Lover, L6

    Millennium has very nice feeling plastic for starters, great grip and also very durable. The JLS was my go to driver for a long time and was only replaced when I discovered the Latitude 64 River and that became my fairway disc of choice. The JLS is a nice stable driver, able to be used for several different shots. I would recommend this disc to newer players, and also someone looking for a single disc to fill multiple slots.

  8. Anthony M.
    Review Participant, L1

    This disc is truly a workhorse fairway driver. It will hold any line you put it on and glide very well. If you are a power thrower, it will have a little turn or flip up. If you are newer to the sport or just don’t break the 350ft. barrier often, this disc will fade out at the end of a straight flight. Regardless of your power and distance, this disc delivers superb control.

  9. Reuben
    Review Whiz, L8

    Super strait disc. Thrown with decent power and the slightest bit of hyzer angle it would flip up and fly strait and never turn nor fade. Actually lost the disc because it flew to strait when I didn’t want it to. Good first driver, very controlable.

  10. Kyle Stauffer
    Review Supporter, L4

    The JLS is a very very nice disc. So many people are looking for that “straight” fairway disc for the woods. This is it. Give it a few rips and you’ll be sold. It has plenty of glide, and just a touch of reliable fade at the end. Millenium plastic has a great grip – similar to pro, but much more durable.

  11. Josh
    Review Supporter, L4

    This is a great disc that doesn’t require a big arm for big distance. The QJLS holds a straight line and glides beautifully. Beginner or pro, this is a must have disc!

  12. I really like the quantum JLS. I find it forgiving and easy to bomb. For beginners this disc will be straight with a forward penetrating fade. For heavier throwers, you will be able to shape lines and find this disc as a multipurpose fairway driver similar to a teebird.

  13. The JLS is a Nice disc for the novice and amature throwers. its stable with out dive boming at the end of the flight . It fades nice but yet it is forgiving to small release mistakes. Best of all they are durable and will withstand hitting trees often. Its doesn’t loose its flight pattern after years of abuse.

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