The Discraft Big Z Xtreme 2022 Ledgestone disc is a disc golf fairway driver that's quite overstable and has a hooked nose at the end of the wing. This is a utility disc that kind of fits between the overstable mid range discs and the higher speed fairway drivers. It's a great choice for flex shots, skip shots, and times where you need more distance than a mid can provide. The stamp is a skateboarder performing a trick with his eyes bugging out.
The flight path of the Xtreme is straight for about half the flight and then lots and lots of hyzer before it fades quickly to the ground. You can shot shape with the Xtreme and get some crazy flex lines. This disc wasn't designed for max distance, instead it's all about control. Throw it forehand or backhand to get consistent and reliable flight paths. There's actually a small rough patch on the inside of the disc, it's designed to be a spot for your index finger if you're throwing this disc sidearm. That way you have increased grip even if the weather isn't cooperating. This disc is great in the open, in the woods, and in any windy weather conditions as well. You'll find that the Xtreme just follows its own route every time.
Big Z Plastic from Discraft is a premium blend. It's got that durability you're looking for, but it's also slightly more flexible than Z line. It's a great choice for the Xtreme because you're likely going to hit objects with this disc and you want a disc that can hold up to trees and metal.
It's beefy and overstable. The Xtreme was built to handle those tight flex lines you need, or to hyzer and get down to the ground for easy tap-ins. This disc isn't just pretty awesome, it's also a limited edition 2022 Ledgestone Open stamp. Some of the money you spend on this disc goes back to support the winners of the tournament. So snag one of these super OS discs today and give it a rip.
Speed 6 | Glide 3 | Turn 1 | Fade 4
Big Z Plastic
- Durable but soft in the hand
- Slightly less stable than Z plastic
- Performs well in cold weather