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The Discraft 6x Paul McBeth ESP Undertaker is a stable distance driver that has a little high speed turn and a slow fade. It's a 9 speed that comes into play when you don't want a long distance disc but you still want it to cut down the fairway. Throw the Undertaker forehand or backhand with confidence.
The flight path of the Discraft ESP Undertaker is going to be mostly straight with a hint of turn and then a slow fade. It's a relatively stable flight so don't expect much side to side movement. This is a disc that you can throw for 275-350 foot shots with confidence it will stable up at the end. It's a great choice for advanced players who are looking for something to pull out of the bag on the majority of holes. This is a go to driver for folks who are hitting 300+ feet consistently.
ESP plastic from Discraft is a premium blend. It's durable, grippy, and available in a variety of weights. It's what you see pros throwing on the Pro Tour and amateurs throwing on your local course. That's because it works everywhere and it's affordable. The Discraft ESP Undertaker will be slightly less overstable than a Z line run. So if you want one with more flip check this out.
The Undertaker has 6x Paul McBeth stamp of approval. It's a go to for a 6 time world champion and it's a great choice for you as well. Try out this Discraft ESP Undertaker and get a good straight drive on your next throw.