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The Discraft Paul McBeth 6x Z line Zone is an overstable approach disc that handles the torque of forehands, the mightiest of headwinds, and is going to get you up and down from inside 150 feet. This is a disc that doesn't fly very far, but its accuracy is unquestionable.
The flight path of the Zone is going to be flat and straight when it has speed. It dumps out pretty quickly after that and it tries to turn to about 45 degrees and then fall out of the sky. Expect a little bump of up to 10-15 feet, but don't expect any skips with the Zone. This is that disc you throw when you want it not to go too far past the basket. You're basically playing lawn darts.
Z Line plastic from Discraft is a premium blend that's highly durable. Since you're going to smack this into the pin, trees, rocks, and other hazards at some pace you want that tough plastic. This is good for years and you will see folks all over the country throwing Z line Zones because it works everywhere.
Try out the Discraft Z Line 6x Paul McBeth Zone. You've heard from people how amazing it is, and it's helped Paul win 2 world titles for Team Discraft. Trust this approach disc anytime you want to get close to the basket.