The Discraft Big Z Nuke is a fantastic distance driver that is a great blend of power and control. It's got high glide, reliable fade, and is best thrown by players who regularly throw 350+ feet. It's a great choice for forehand or backhand players because it handles the torque of a sidearm throw without flipping over.
The flight path of the Nuke is going to be stable to overstable with a little bit of high speed turn and a long fade. If you can get some turn out of the Nuke you'll probably make this your go to distance driver. It's got a long slow fade at the end of the flight, so it won't dive into the ground like other overstable discs. You can release this disc on anhyzer and it will be a flex shot disc but it's always going to find a way to fight back to hyzer even when flying into a strong head wind. This disc is popular with many touring pros for Team Discraft and it's a great choice for players who have bigger arms or want a flex disc.
Big Z Plastic from Discraft is a premium blend that offers durability like Z line does, but it's softer and a little more flexible. Think of this disc flying like a beat in Z line disc, so you get a little bit more turn out of the disc early. It's a great choice for those who want a little more grip and don't want to break in a Z line disc.
The Nuke has a small dome to it and the moment you get it into your hand you know this is a disc that can handle 100% of your power for maximum distance. It's meant to soar through the sky and get you down the fairway with a consistent hyzer finish. If you're looking for something you can trust on the disc golf course, get a Discraft Big Z Nuke.
Speed 13 | Glide 5 | Turn -1 | Fade 3 | Stability Rating 1.6
Big Z Plastic
- Durable but soft in the hand
- Slightly less stable than Z plastic
- Performs well in cold weather