The Discraft Force is a very overstable distance driver that people compare to the Nuke. The ESP Force has .2 cm less rim width making the speed 12 so the ability for a larger audience of players from beginner, Intermediate and Experts will be able to throw. The disc is still recommended for Intermediate/Experts as the harder you throw with Force, the farther this disc will go!
Speed: 12 | Glide: 5 | Turn: 0 | Fade: 3 | PDGA Approved
The very overstable distance driver is the dream disc all strong arm disc golfers have been searching for. This disc will fight out of any hyzer you throw at it to end it's flight to the left. With a speed of 12, it's misleading for people who do not understand the over stability of the disc as it's uncommon. Ausin Hannum took the privledge of having his name on the 2019 ESP Tour Series Force.
PLASTICS AVAILABLE FOR THE Discraft Force
This new disc has been starting to become the staple for there new Star Wars Discs. The name obviously makes it a perfect coupling for them. Currently they use only two different plastics for the Force, but have been giving some flare to all of them.
- Elite Z - $13.99
- ESP - $14.99
- Elite Z (First Run) - $16.99
- Elite Z (Star Wars) - $17.99
- ESP Tour Series - $18.99
- Height: 1.7 cm
- Diameter: 21.1 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
- Rim Width: 2.3 cm
Who Bags the Discraft Force
The one, the only, Paul McBeth bags currently bags 5 Discraft Force’s. Two of them are in the ESP plastic where he uses them when it’s windier outside, but if he’s feeling it and wants completely max distance he utilizes the Elite Z plastic. He loves how the ESP plastic has the firm rim to the disc.
A go-to shot he uses is an anhyzer shot where he can rip it as hard as possible and know it’s going to fight out of the flight and finish left no matter what. The ability to throw big hyzers is another positive, but for max distance is throwing it on a hyzer shot. The Discraft Force will fight out of it and turn flat and even end with a fade at end of the flight.