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Discraft Z Line Machete
Elite Z Machete


 
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The low profile of Discraft Machete is built to slice through headwinds with unparalleled predictability. Use it with brute force to easily manage upwind shots, or more like a scalpel for on-demand placement precision on a hyzer or flex shot. A medium rim gives you more control and excellent.

Stability Rating: 2.2
Speed: 11, Glide: 4, Turn: 0, Fade: 4
Features
  • Z Line: Our toughest golf plastic! Discraft's Z line is a favorite with experienced players, since the hard Z plastic can retail its "seasoning" for years and years of reliable predictability and performance.


Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 I finally get it! May 13, 2019
Reviewer: Andrew Craighead from Columbia, MO United States  
I couldn’t figure this out at first. I kept trying as my form and distance improved, but this disc still just took off out of my hand if thrown straight and flat will drop in front of you, and if thrown up on a hyzer will turn left so hard you’d think it was designed by NASCAR. I was certain this was given to me this as a joke.

But wait! Machete... a tool you take with you in the woods. When my Teebird was stuck in a tree, this is the disc I grabbed to knock it down. When there are spiderwebs everywhere, this is the disc I use to clear them. When I need to putt from my knee, I put it down as a pad. It even works for scraping mud off of the tee pad or your shoes. There are so many uses for this disc to earn a spot in your bag so long as you don’t throw it, it’s not designed for that. No matter how strong you are, no matter what the weather is like, no matter what your release angle is, DO NOT actually throw this disc.

I can’t wait to see what future uses I can find for this tool!

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