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Zone ESP

Zone ESP
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The ESP Zone, released in January 2009, is a very over-stable putt and approach disc. The Zone is designed for players who are looking for an overstable putter, and can be used for hyzer putts, spike hyzers, or long approaches that require a more stable disc. Because it is overstable, the Zone is outstanding for putting in heavy winds.

Flight Ratings

Disc Nation Flight Ratings for Speed, Glide, Turn, and Fade.

PDGA Specs

Max Weight:
175.1 g
21.1 cm
2 cm
Inside Diam.:
18.8 cm
Rim Width:
1.2 cm
Rim Depth:
1.3 cm

Model & Plastic

Model: Zone
Brand: Discraft

Plastic: ESP
Plastic Grade: Super-Premium
Plastic Wear Rating: Slow

Stability Estimates

Beginner Stability: 1.2
Intermediate Stability: 0.7
Expert Stability: 3

Distance Estimates

Beginner Distance: 126 feet
Intermediate Distance: 251 feet
Expert Distance: 313 feet
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Average customer rating:
(2 reviews)  

2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Mike G
Apr 30, 2014
After seeing many guys in my local club throwing this disc and raving about how great it was, I finally decided to try one out. I got an ESP Zone 174g. The top was very flat and the rim grips nicely in hand. I don't usually care for driving a putter because they don't release cleanly for me using a power grip, but the Zone comes out of my hand nicely, just like a mid. The flight of the Zone is very stable to overstable. You can throw it hard and it will not flip over. It has a lot of fade at the end of the flight for a putter type disc, which is nice for placing an upshot. It works well for touch flicks too, not sure about power forehands though, haven't tried one with this disc. I have also used this in place of my normal stable putter when putting into a strong headwind. The Zone went straight at the basket and didn't lift up. I'm hoping this disc holds its stability for a long time in the ESP plastic as I can see myself going to this disc a lot. I like it enough to buy multiples!

Advantages: Stable, predictable, accurate, easy to learn

Disadvantages: This disc won't go far. I throw about 350' RHBH with a driver and this disc will only go about 250'ish for me. but this disc isn't meant for big distance so i wouldn't call it a disadvantage overall.
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Simon Black
Aug 17, 2016
This customer purchased the item at our site.
I learned to forehand with a fairway driver, but found that lots of short approach shots would be easier with a forehand, but I needed a lower speed disc to have short range touch and stopping power. The Zone not only filled that hole for me, but is my main forehand disc. It also has a lot of utility as an overstable putter in windy conditions.

Advantages: - Fabulous Short Forehand Disc
- Very overstable means it won't turn over on you, even in the wind.
- I love the rim - similar to a Pure.

Disadvantages: - ESP version gets a lot of skip and will roll away sometimes. That can be really useful or it can be a PITB. Try a Elite X Soft if you want it to stick.
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