I’m going to tell you about the straightest flying mid range driver I’ve ever thown (And I’ve thrown a lot of ‘em!).
A couple weeks back, I decided to take the plunge and buy a Discraft Buzzz.
Being a loyalist to the Innova line of discs, I never would have guessed that I’d be posting this now, but my viewpoint changed the first time I threw my new yellow Buzzz.
What’s so great about it?
- The Buzzz flies straighter than any disc I’ve ever thrown and has VERY little fade.
- It flies well in headwinds AND tailwinds.
- It will hold any line you throw it on if thrown hard.
- The Buzzz is the most common ace disc in all of disc golf! According to DiscGolfScene.com, 1 in 14 reported aces were thrown with a Discraft Buzzz!
Over the weekend I played several rounds of Disc Golf in Colorado. (I even checked my disc bag on the flight!) My Dad, brother, and I played a course with several 300 to 350 foot holes, many with elevation change, but usually without a lot of obstacles. It was perfect to try out my Buzzz. On the third hole, I pulled out my new Buzzz, lined up, tossed it, and watched in amazement as it perfectly held it’s line towards the hole. As it continued to approach the hole, it looked more and more like it was going in! The three of us all started getting excited, hoping, waiting for the sound of chains. The Buzzz flew just past the hole just a foot to the left and it would’ve been perfect! It quickly became my go-to disc, and I ended up throwing some of the best rounds of my life. The Buzzz instantly impacted my scores for the better. Unfortunately, I only bought a soft plastic version of the disc (because the Innova loyalist in me was skeptical), but I’ll be purchasing a couple more with more durable plastic to keep in my arsenal from here on out! If you’re currently throwing a Roc and haven’t given the Buzzz a shot, I Highly Recommend it!
This is a great disc for disc golfers of all levels! You can buy one from Amazon.com here: Discraft Buzzz
Have your own insights or experiences with the Buzzz? Please share in the comments!