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The Discraft ESP Meteor is an understable high glide midrange. It's a perfect choice for slow turnover shots, short straight shots, and great for hyzer flip utility. The Discraft Meteor Profile feels a lot like a regular toss and catch disc you might throw.
The flight path of the Meteor depends a lot on angle of release and speed thrown. When thrown flat at about 150 feet it will be straight. When you start to put more distance on it you'll find this disc flips and holds a slight anhyzer for most of the flight. Throw this disc on anything you want a hyzer flip, long slow turnover, or slightly longer than a putter shot. The Meteor is useful for players who might not have a solid forehand yet.
ESP plastic from Discraft is a premium blend. It's durable, grippy, and the choice of pros and amateurs alike. It's a little more flippy than a Discraft Meteor Z would be, so if you want extra flip get it in the ESP plastic.
This disc is perfect for those wooded holes when you're not sure what to throw. Get the Discraft ESP Meteor and start making turnover and slow hyzer flips a part of your woods game.