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Discraft Buzzz

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The Buzzz (3 z’s) is one of the most popular midrange discs in the world. This consistent, reliable, and stable disc will perform exactly how you want it to. With powerful throws the Buzzz will hold any line you put on it. With light, level throws it will fade slightly. This super popular disc can be purchased in all of Discrafts plastics, including Glo and Titanium. In Pro-D plastic it has a stability rating of 0. In all other plastic blends this disc is slightly overstable with a Discraft rating of .5.

Discraft Buzzz

Buzzz Dimensions

  • Diameter: 21.7cm (100.18% of average, 100.70% average Midrange)
  • Height: 1.9cm (94.67% of average, 96.39% average Midrange)
  • Rim Depth: 1.3cm (110.45% of average, 101.81% average Midrange)
  • Rim Width: 1.2cm (82.03% of average, 94.32% average Midrange)

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93 Reviews

  1. Connor N.
    Reviewer, L2

    This was the first Discraft I put in my bag. I had long put off everything people said about a Buzzz as mere hype. One day, I gave in and traded for one. Now, I see what allllllllllll that fuss was about. It quickly became my go to disc for straight drives on shorter holes and low ceiling shots. It is an extraordinary disc, one that I recommend for any and all players.

  2. Umesh
    Review Whiz, L8

    Buzz was not a disc for me until this week. I now have a better form and better mechanics of throwing discs and Buzz seems to going to replace my Atlas and even KC Roc. I would still use Dx Roc though for those turn over shots. Buzz seems to take a little more power than rocs. If I don’t put enough torque in it, it is going to fade early, my dx roc or mako3 doesn’t do that. With enough power in it, it is going to fly dead straight to minimal right turn with a very little fade to the left for RHBH. I will use Buzz for low ceiling mid-range shots as well. I will have to master this disc and see If I can replace other mid-range out of my bag. I am going to use buzz in windy days as it seems to hold its line in windy situation as well. I am using this disc for distance upto 325 ft.

  3. john
    Reader

    This is a geat disc one of my best goto discs. i use this disc cause i know it will give me to the basket every time.

  4. Ron
    Review Supporter, L4

    All I use on small parks

  5. David Hyatt
    Reader

    I was told by someone that the Buzz was a must have so I bought one. They were right! This disc is great for any skill level, will hold a line like no other. I have purchased many different mid range discs but I always find myself reaching for my Z Buzz.

  6. Ben Stage
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    The buzzz was a decent disc, but it just did not feel good in my hands. I prefer the innova molds. Threw some great shots with it and I recognize how versatile and valuable it is for many players. Unfortunately it wasn’t for me. I will stick with my makos ans rocs all day long

  7. Martin Melhus
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    If I had to have one disc to play a short course, or only one midrange disc, this would be it. It goes where you throw it, and fades a little at the end. Will hold an anhyzer line nicely, and then flatten out and go straight. Durable, reliable, glides the right amount, can’t say enough good things about this disc.

    On the minus side, however, it does not julienne cut french fries.

    • Martin Melhus
      Review Enthusiast, L3

      P.S. – My preference is for the ESP-FLX buzzz. I have a Ti and a Elite-Z Fly-dye, but the FLX is the one that just flat out performs for me.

  8. Kyle Nagle
    Review Lover, L6

    Where do i start with this disk? This has got to be the best midrange flyers out there that does what it should do when thrown flat it stays level with very little turn. A must have for those tight fairway shots that keep you in good position on the course. This disk will lower your scoring average i know it has with mine.

  9. Joe Williams
    Review Supporter, L4

    I have this in two plastics. One is rated at a .0 (Pro-D) and the other is a .5 (I believe is Elite-X). Both of these fly very true and will hold pretty much any line you want The amount of control (to a relatively new disc golfer) is insane. I can also say that if you throw the Pro-D version it will fly in a straight line and fall straight to the ground with no fade.

  10. Damien
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    I’m sure this has been said, but if I had to choose one disc, this would be it. Any tee less than 350ft and I grab this disc. If I have to thread a needle, I grab the Buzzz. You really have to have one of these in your bag.

  11. Kirk Hannah
    Review Participant, L1

    the DISCRAFT Buzzz is my goto disc from everything to shorter drives,75 foot hizer’s,even like to putt with it if I have a lil headwind.I used both the Buzzz in ‘star’ type plastic & a solid blk crystal flx Buzzz limited edition & its like a magnet to the basket!IF you had to play a round with a single disc the buzzz would be it w/out a doubt for me.One of the few I can flick it forehand & count on it to anhizer for me at the same point in its flight everytime!And its holds your hizer steady throughout no matter than angle.Its sorta become how I rate all my disc now-does it fly for me & do what I want it to do like my BUZZZ does!?
    ~FLY THE SOULCRAFT~ Kirk H.

  12. Brian Lafferty
    Reader

    The Buzz is always and will always be in my bag. The flight path is true and the Buzz dies what I want it to. I highly recommend this to any skilled player.

  13. Michael Abernathy
    Reader

    Wow what is there to say about the midrange that after 10 years still proves to be one of the best if not the most popular disc in the game! Currently I switched my bag over to all Westside/ DD/latitude 64 but when I did throw a mixed bag/ mainly discraft you bet your buns I had a buzzz amongst my selection. For me the best feeling plastic for the mold was the FLX. Every hole could be a buzzz hole. It can easily be thrown 300+ 200 or less, anhyzer, hyzer backhand and even short, sidearms. New players will love this disc as well. If you have never thrown a buzz or are just starting…….throw a buzzz!!! Don’t throw rocs kids………

  14. Benjamin Lewton
    Reader

    Let me start off by saying that the Buzzz is one of the most reliable discs in my arsenal. I own a CryZtal Buzzz, ESP Buzzz, Z plastic Buzzz and Z plastic Buzzz SS. I love every one of them!

    This disc will hold any line you throw. Not to mention, it’s forgiving enough to correct slight mistakes. You can drive with it, approach with it and even putt with it (sometimes I like it better than my putters). Great control; great glide.

    I highly recommend this disc to ANY level of players. A beginner can pick this disc up and be just as happy with it as a seasoned veteran.

    So, scroll up to the top of this page, add a Buzzz, or two to your cart and make the purchase. Infinite offers the best products at the best prices!

  15. Kou Yang
    Reader

    I have lost track of the numbers of time switching away from the buzzz to a different midrange thinking it was “BETTER”, only to find myself coming back to this predictable and let’s not forget most reliable mid range disc on the market, and people wonder why the BUZZZ is the most popular MidRange disc on the market. Newbie friendly is all I can say, I constantly introduce Disc Golf to anybody and everybody, everytime I bring somebody new along with me to play I usually let them choose from my disc bag and guess what the BUZZZ is never the first one to be picked that’s if it gets picked, but more than half the time I watch them struggle trying to throw a Roc or a disc way out of their skill level, standing there holding a BUZZZ in my hand I suggest that they try it and I sit back as they get amazed at how straight it will fly and how easy the BUZZZ is to throw and control. The BUZZZ with a Perfect size rim and especially in Z plastic best grip ever. 100% of the time they run out and buy a BUZZZ as their first disc. Overall: new player friendly, good control, flys straight and let’s not forget the distance the disc will fly

  16. Nathan Abernathy
    Reviewer, L2

    I don’t throw Discraft anymore, but this is a money midrange if you do. I really liked this disc for short hyzers or just straight laser beam disc that usually threw great for me.

    I had this disc in the sweet discraft Ti plastic. I had it in my bag for about 6 months before i started throwing Prodigy Disc and stepped my game up. I had it in the dark purple. it almost looked black in the sun. this plastic was honestly my favorite in the discraft lineup and before that is the Z plastic. I had two Buzzz’s and one was a white one that was glow in the dark. It was a bit less stable in the Z plastic than the Ti. i liked this very much. It gave me two very different discs that were the same disc.

    This disc probably seemed more stable when i had a weaker arm than i do now, but i would probably still throw it if I still had any Discraft. An exact copy of this disc that is currently in my bag is the Prodigy M3 in the 400s plastic. The buzzz dosent quite fly like it, but it is the closest comparrison i can make of this disc. It flew very straight in the Z plastic, and flew a bit stable in the Ti plastic for me. The flights would be different for me now, it would probably be a hyzer flip disc for me right now. i can throw a mid about 325 ft in an open field or maybe even further throwing it at an anny line.

    I loved this disc when i threw it, and have an even better version of it in my bag right now. like i said, if you throw discraft, you have probably thrown this disc and need to if you havent

  17. Dylan Magouirk
    Review Participant, L1

    Buzzz > Roc.

    As many other reviewers have said, the Discraft Buzzz holds any line you put it on. Throw sweeping hyzers, laser beams, or smooth anhyzers. Z plastic is the most dependable plastic for a Buzzz IMO and stays in that sweet spot the longest.

    What’s the best thing about a Buzzz you ask?
    Pick up any Buzzz off the shelf and expect it to fly just like the last one you threw!! Try doing that with a Roc….

  18. Kenny Pascarelli
    Review Participant, L1

    This is the most used disc in my bag. It is a straight flier in no matter the conditions. Flung it like a driver or ease it as a midrange. Then sink a putt with it, especially on windy days. I like the esp and the fox as they have good flex and stay soft in the winter. I even practice throw with my buzz making it the most versatile disc in my bag.
    Go team buzz-you will not regret buying a buzzzzz

  19. Evan
    Review Supporter, L4

    This disc is a must have! It will hold whatever line you put it on. The Buzz will transform your midrange game. Get one now and lower your scores!

  20. Scott
    Reviewer, L2

    A great straight line disc for me, holds ever line with just a little dependable low speed fade. Get one, you can’t go wrong!

  21. Ryan Sweet
    Review Participant, L1

    This is by far the disc that approved my game the most. I’m still new to the sport and my buzzz ss taught me how to throw anhyzer and hyzer. From there I was able to carryit over to all of my other discs. This is my go to disc!

  22. Shannon
    Reader

    Great midrange disc. Perfect for short holes and if thrown properly ends up right where you want it.

  23. David
    Review Nut, L7

    Best disc ever made! I love my Ti Buzzz, I bought the first two in Ti that were available in my city. Both are hunter green, one is 170g and the other is 166g. I got the lighter one for the gf but it doesnt suit her style. The reason why I say its the best disc ever made is because I use it for everything! I cannot find a putter that works for me but I make a lot of putts, esp long putts around obstacles with my buzzz (yea I get a lot of strange looks from people when they see me putt with it). I throw long smooth anhyzers when i need a slow right hand turn to approach and long hyzers (both backhand) when i want to make a very long putt. This disc will truly take any line you tell it too except maybe tomahawks. The Buzzz is great on a back hand but for me it truly shines on a flick, I can drive almost as far with my buzzz on a flick as i can on some of my fairway drivers on back hand throws! The Ti plastic is absolutly invincible to trees and rocks and other disc eating course monsters. On a real power flick the buzzz is the straightest disc I’ve ever thrown. The buzzz inspired me to host local “bizarro” tournaments, which is where we play a par 3 course and you can only pick one disc for the whole round, I never pick anything but my buzzz.

  24. Ted Ekholm
    Reader

    Been using a buzzz pro-d since I first started playing. This disc breaks in nicely and becomes very forgiving. I like to throw it flat and let it gradually fade as it slows down. The softer pro-d plastic keeps it from carroming too hard or rolling too far from the basket. I still prefer my Star Mako for dead straight shots, but this disc will hold a spot in my bag for a long time.

  25. Conor M.
    Review Nut, L7

    Best midrange disc on the market. It can handle any line you put it on comfortably and it’s got glide for days. It’s defiantly a game changer.

  26. Cody C
    Reviewer, L2

    I have had 4 different Buzz discs. I found 3 of them and won the last one at a tournament. I love my titanium buzz. It is a stellar disc. If you throw it backhand with a hyzer(tipped down) it will follow the line fading to the left. If you throw it with an anhyzer(tipped up) it will turn right and fade left. I can rip this disc as hard as I can flat and it will go straight as an arrow. I have thrown several different plastics and have enjoyed them all. I really like the harder more durable plastics, however I do have the occasional throw that slips out of my hand. I couldn’t say enough good things about this disc.

  27. Andrew Zimmerman
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    I have never used a mid range disc and usually play with long throws from my putter to get me where I need to go. I think everyone has heard about this disc and the success people have had with it and am really thinking about picking this one up.

  28. Doug O'Dell
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    I picked up a Crystal Buzzz to replace my Titanium that I lost. Must have 3 Buzzzes in my bag. Loving the Crystal after one day. It’s slightly stable and straight at high speeds. My two favorite things about a Buzzz are the distance you can get from them and the comfortable grip for sidearm shots. The Buzzz can give confidence to lots of players.

  29. Andrew
    Reader

    I just started playing not too long ago…and first off I want to say: What took me so long?? What a sport!! I was out the other day and met up with a couple of guys and played a round. One of the players had this same disc and let me try it out…W.O.W…it was awesome. I wouldn’t mind having one of these in my bag! What ease of use, especially for a new player(like myself). Very comfortable grip and nice weight. Not hard to control at all! After doing some research, this disc has been around for quite awhile…and I think that speaks for itself!

  30. Shawn Kilbourne
    Reader

    Got a Z-Plastic two weeks ago and love it, very nice for tight corridor shots—goes where you throw it (for better or worse, but that’s on me). My wife has used it the last two times we’ve gone out and has confiscated it—-so I ordered her the Z Plastic for her bag ;) Problem solved! Gimme my Buzzz!

  31. Michael M.
    Reviewer, L2

    The Buzzz is my mid-range of choice for medium-to-long straight shots. It is easy to throw and to control. My favorite is the Glo Buzzz, which is slightly more stable than the normal Buzzz. If it is windy, put it on a hyzer line and let it do all the work. Need to go anhyzer? Not a problem. It will hold whatever line you put it on.

  32. Brad
    Reader

    Great disc, you can throw it off the tee pad and use it for that finesse up shot. Very good all around disc. One of my personal favorites. Ill always have at least one in my bag.

  33. Alan
    Review Grand Master, L13

    I was convinced that the only reason the Buzzz had so much hype is because it’s old, people used it, and were used to using it. If people tried some of the new stuff, they’d switch. I love MVP and Prodigy mids (still do). Well, I started testing out a Titanium Buzzz to see how durable the plastic is, and I liked the disc so much that it didn’t leave my bag. I even went out and bought one in Z plastic.

    The Buzzz isn’t the straightest flying disc, but it’s stable and consistent. It has a great feel to it — I love the flat top and shallowish rim config for approach shots and short drives, and actually use this mid for forehand shots when I’m in trouble. It’s one of the few midrange discs I’m comfortable flicking.

    There’s a reason the Buzzz is the most popular disc. It’s a really, really good one.

  34. Mark Magoc
    Reader

    The buzzz is the most popular disc for a reason. Great as a first disc for beginers as it will hold ANY line you put it on. It is also a very forgiving disc. Very reliable and consistant. You can drive, putt, and make the upshot of your dreams. Available in all lines of discraft plastic so there is a price point and feel for everyone.

  35. Neil Chaney
    Review Fanatic, L5

    Love it. Ti plastic 172 pretty much a do it all disc and ti plastic just seems to slip throu trees. Only way I’ve been able to ding it is by drilling the basket from a distance. Bought my buddy one for his first mid. I think everyone needs this in their bag. All other midrange s are just imitating!

  36. john
    Review Lover, L6

    There’s not much more that I can say that’s not already been said. Its to me the best mid range in the game. Definitely a must have. Great for any skill level

  37. C Sears
    Review Fanatic, L5

    Maybe the most used disc in the bag… well in everyone’s bag that I play with. As soon as I got my Buzzz, it seems that all my friends got one too after giving mine a toss. All around, probably the most predictable, well flying disc for those 150′ to 250′ shots.

  38. troy rugger
    Review Nut, L7

    Have a .5 in this and a 0ss. Can def see the difference in the two. My ss is much straighter while this version has more turn at the end. Still a straight flyer til the end before that turn. Time and a place for each and altho i prefer the ss i keep this around and in the mix

  39. Graham Marchant
    Review Fanatic, L5

    I’ve tried all of the buzzz’s out their The only Buzzz that flies well for me and does exactly how I throw it is the Z plastic. perfect for those 200 to 300 ft shots this disc just glides and fades very little at the end. My go to predictable disc.

  40. Henry J
    Review Supporter, L4

    Do yourself a favor and listen to all the Buzzz lovers out there, this disc is awesome. Period.

  41. Tyler
    Review Supporter, L4

    Only had mine a week and I can tell you it has permanent spot in my bag. Crystal plastic fades out very predictably after a flat release at any power level. If it wears in a bit more it could work nice for S curves, but I almost prefer it to hold hyzer lines or stay flat on a full pull. Great disc and really compliments my Lat 64 Tursas (very understable) and Champ Aero (basically ultimate disc flat).

  42. Duncan
    Review Lover, L6

    This is a pretty standard midrange disc that everyone needs to have at least thrown once. That’s all it will take to find a place in your bag. it’s reliable and easy to hit the sweet spot with.

  43. Mark Kahmann
    Review Extroadinaire, L11

    There are a few discs that every disc golfer has to try. This is one of them. One of the classic straight midrange discs. If you are going to try any other midranges, you really need to know how this one flies to compare it to. To sum this up, this disc sets the standard for midrange discs. Any disc that sets a standard is a very good disc.

  44. Landon
    Review Extroadinaire, L11

    Can’t add anything that hasn’t been thoroughly covered. Ill just say that it will hold any line you put it on. You can throw it hard, or soft. If you throw it flat, it will go straight a long way before gently finishing left. If you give it a solid rip, you can get a sweet s curve with some good distance. Basically, this disc will transform into whatever you need it to. That’s why it may be the best disc ever.

    • Landon
      Review Extroadinaire, L11

      Check out the Latitude 64 Fury if you are looking for something that dies even straighter.

      • Landon
        Review Extroadinaire, L11

        Flies even straighter**** LOL

  45. Mike Packer
    Review Lover, L6

    I’ve got a Cryztal z buzzz. It’s a fine disc, but I gotta admit, I don’t throw it anymore than any of my other mids. Are there any others who are not insanely impressed with this disc? It’s a good disc, but if I was running out of room in my bag it’d probably be the next to go.

  46. Jack Fillenwarth
    Review Elite, L9

    I’ve thrown a Buzzz since I began playing disc golf a little less than a year ago. I play fairly frequently so my game has improved quickly and so has my abilities with this disc. I have several Buzzz’s in the bag, my go to being my Glo-Buzzz. Noticeably more stable than other Buzzz’s so it’s all that much more dependable a disc. great for beginners all the way up the ranks of disc golf. I have tried this disc in every plastic blend it’s offered in besides Pro-D and I have loved it in every single one. In the end I have settled on the Glo and Esp at max weight as they just do the job best for me.

    • Jack
      Review Elite, L9

      I no longer throw Buzzz’s as I switched my bag to one manufacturer and I must say that this was the hardest disc to replace. Still my number one choice to give a beginner until I find the perfect replacement. I have a few options but they aren’t quite holding up to the abilities I have with a Buzzz

  47. Nicholas Brantley
    Reader

    The buzzz titanium feels a little overstable to me as of right now. However the titanium is virtually indestructible and should last many years if I don’t lose it. The buzzz needs to be thrown anhyzer to make a smooth S curve or even forehand. Forehand tends to suit me better at throwing narrow shots with this disc because of the light fade. Backhand the buzzz should work for players with better technique and should offer a predictable and great mid-range shot.

  48. Charles
    Review Participant, L1

    I became a Buzz freak pretty fast after buying the TI Buzz. I caught 3 Aces with it within the first few months of having it and dropped my score by atleast 4 strokes the day I got it. The Ti for me is a line holder and you can do just about any shot with it. I now have 5 different buzzes in my bag now because I just can’t get enough of them. Fantastic disc.

  49. JMB
    Review Lover, L6

    There’s not much else to say about the Buzzz that hasn’t been said here already, but I’ll continue to agree with everyone else. There’s a reason this is one of the most popular discs in the world. It has a truly dependable and predictable flight that will improve your game if you struggle with midrange discs. I even got my first (and so far only) ace with an Elite-X Buzzz. Get yourself Buzzz’d.

  50. Gustavo Ocampo
    Review Elite, L9

    This is the ONLY midrange I have in my bag. I can handle it very easily. This was one of my very first midranges. I throw this a lot. Any body can throw it and it is a great disc.

  51. Trevor Loew
    Review Lover, L6

    I guess I can add to all of the Buzzz praise; I really like this disc. I have mine in the ESP plastic and it is maybe a touch more stable than I was expecting. Absolutely solid all around mid range disc though, can be shaped for all of the shots.

    But… and I might be the only one on the planet to feel this way, I actually prefer my Buzzz SS. I get a little better distance with the SS, and I have that disc absolutely dialed in. Certainly not a diss to the Buzzz, more so just shameless plugging for the underrated Buzzz SS.

  52. Adam Bertucci
    Review Supporter, L4

    This is my favorite midrange. Very versatile and incredibly predictable flight.

  53. Karl
    Review Fanatic, L5

    Just like everyone else, this is my goto Midrange disc. Keeps you nice and straight with little fade at the end.

  54. Tricia Lafferty
    Review Lover, L6

    Ah yes, I gave in to BuzzzzMania. After hearing many people recommend this disc I decided to get one. My disc is a 165g in Z plastic. This plastic is smooth, has a great feel, and is very durable (it’s hit a few trees and posts). The first couple of times I took it out and threw it, I couldn’t figure out what everyone was raving about. Then I started throwing an MVP Vector with much success. Then I brought out the Buzzz again. Whatever I tweaked in my technique with the Vector made a HUGE difference on how the Buzz flew. Now that sucker flies great for me! So I would definitely say, if your Buzz isn’t flying the way you think it should, it could be in how you’re throwing it. I’ve now added the Buzz to my bag and put it into my regular throwing rotation. I think with a little more work, I could see this disc bringing me my first Ace!

  55. Doug
    Review Extroadinaire, L11

    I have a 178 Titanium Buzzz, a Z Buzzz, and a 176 Supercolor Buzzz. Each Buzzz flies differently, which makes it more awesome. When I picked up my first Buzzz, I was amazed how good this disc flies and how workable it is. The Buzzz has completely improved my game and will improve anyone’s game. You can throw soft anhyzers, dead straight shots, slow hyzers, and this disc also rolls really well. As far as the three different plastics I have, Titanium is most stable, Z is most durable, and Supercolor has the most distance and is least stable.

  56. AIM
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Probably the most popular and sought after of all Discraft discs. Great midrange (almost as good as the Lat. 64 fuse and MVP axis…lol) Everyone else has summed it up pretty well and just wanted to add the below comments:
    Buzzz is verified disc golf ace leader: DiscGolfScene reports that of 5,468 aces posted at the site, Buzzz is the most common ace disc, having been thrown for about 1 of every 14 aces! -DiscGolfScene April 2010

  57. Andy Adamek
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    I own two different buzzz discs, One is an Elite X and the other is a Titanium. While I prefer the plastic of the Elite X, The Titanium is an all around better disc. It goes further, Straighter and is infinitely more accurate. I actually use my Ti Buzzz as a driver some times.

  58. Ryan S. Flahive
    Review Participant, L1

    The best disc on the market.

    I carry 3 a Ti version–which is more stable than the two Z versions of the Buzzz in my bag.

    Very controllable and the different plastics tend to have different characteristics.

    Great putter into headwinds and my go to disc for all jump putts.

    You won’t go wrong with a Buzzz–or 3–in your bag!

  59. Keith Baker
    Review Supporter, L4

    My favorite midrange. Super straight and very predictable. I would recommend this disc to everyone.

  60. Monkeypaws
    Review Lover, L6

    The Buzzz is the only Discraft i presently throw, and I love it for its steady dependability for approach shots. Many of my best shots ever were with my X Buzzz.

    Not a fault of the disc, but it will fade on every shot, making it unsuitable for tunnel shots. But that last bit of dependable fade has laid me up near many a basket.

  61. David Benson
    Review Participant, L1

    Hands down, this disc gets the most use out of my bag. For beginners, it does what you think a normal frisbee should do – so friendly. For the more experienced, the power of this disc is in it extremely moldable line. It will turn a dogleg anhyzer spike & level out just in time to come down 300′ later. It will go straight with a plop at the end; any line you can imagine – predictably.

  62. Morgan Kelly
    Review Supporter, L4

    I have and esp buzzz and a z buzzz. my first ace was with the z buzzz, but that isn’t why i like it. I like it because I can rip it and know it will fly straight and fade left at the end. (I’m not so good that I can get it to fly straight the full distance) at distances up to 200 feet, I can really control the flight of this disc.

    In my experience the esp is a bit more understable or like a buzzz ss than the z buzzz. it’s just one of the most predictable discs out there.. highly recommend it.

  63. Dylan Roberts
    Review Supporter, L4

    Well I’ve tested the Buzzz out in Pro-D, and Z Glo plastics and here is my 2 cents. The disc is great really is, but it’s just not entirely right for me. If you are looking at getting a Buzzz I highly suggest a better plastic mold than the Pro-D. The Pro-D plastic becomes beat too easy and never held lines I wanted it to hold. The Buzzz surely is one of the best, but I’d rather throw an MVP Axis for a midrange (because I like the feel of the MVP plastic, and the disc itself better). I will be getting a buzzz in the near future despite liking MVP’s product slightly better to give it another chance.

  64. Dallas Brooks
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Absolute best line holding mid on the market! I love mine for any shot I need to shape, anny, hyzer, tommy, whatever! Get one in FLX and never worry about a bad kick from a tree again!

  65. One of the best mid-ranges ever made. The Buzzz is a line-holding machine, and perfect for all skill levels. I prefer the FLX Buzzz in 177g. My daughter also throws a Buzzz in Pro D plastic, at 165 grams which is perfect for her (she’s 7).

    If you’re looking to improve your mid-range game, or are just looking for a super reliable disc for all conditions, look no further than the Buzzz!

  66. Rakoz
    Review Fanatic, L5

    Innova says: “The Buzzz (3 z’s) is one of the most popular midrange discs in the world. This consistent, reliable, stable disc will perform exactly how you want it to. With powerful throws the Buzzz will hold any line you put on it. With light, level throws it will fade slightly.”

    They are right on for this disc. It is as advertised and should have a place in your bag. Power it up and it will turn over, give it some air and room and you can S shot it. I prefer Ghost and Crystal versions then super colors over other plastics. Plastic does change stability slightly so try out your friends’ to see what you like.

  67. Paul
    Reviewer, L2

    The best. Sticks to a line like crazy. Super reliable. I love it in Elite Z plastic which is what I use. Great for FH or BH. Probably your best choice of mid-range.

  68. Matt Roscoe
    Review Participant, L1

    Aaaahh, the Buzzz. A disc so holy the Pope carries three in his bag at all times (he calls them the Holy Trinity) . . . I carry four. The most versatile and user-friendly of all mid-range discs, maybe even all discs in general, this plastic gift from above is never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down. Its straight-flying capabilities make it the perfect choice for shots down narrow fairways, and will give you more aces than a stacked deck of cards. Throw it on an anhyzer; it will hold the line. Throw it on a hyzer . . . you guessed it; it will hold the line. This disc is so lights out from within 325 ft. you’ll need night vision goggles to handle it. Beat it in, and it only flies straighter. I prefer Elite X or Z plastic, but Crystal, FLX, and ESP are just as lethal. With 11 Buzzz aces in the last two years, I’m so attached to this disc that I plan to be buried with one (as well as a copy of Abbey Road on vinyl). In all seriousness, though, the Buzzz will give you control like you’ve never seen before, offering a slight overstable fade before it deploys the landing gear. And if you’re wondering why there is an extra Z in Buzzz, it stands for zero . . . the number of things this disc can’t do. Why are you still reading this? Go buy one now!

    • Kirk
      Review Lover, L6

      Best review ever. I’m so attached to this disc that I plan to be buried with one.

      I’m sold. I’ve got to go buy a Buzzz.

  69. Laramie
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    The buzzz is my workhorse midrange disc. This disc can do it all. From sweeping hyzers to lazer straight drives this disc has the ability to hit anything you put it to. I carry 4 buzzz’s in my bag, ranging from a O/S Glo Buzz to a beaten U/S Barstamp Buzzz. You can’t go wrong with this disc.

  70. Bryson James
    Review Supporter, L4

    Ti Buzz is my go to for shots off the tee that range from the 250-325ft. It can handle power extremely well and can hold every line. It has little to no fade from shots off the tee and it can be mastered to use this disc for approaches and even putting. One of the most famous and popular disc ever made.

  71. Paul H
    Review Participant, L1

    Mmmmmm….. I love this disc. I carry 3 in my bag. One for approach, one for drives, and one because it looks really cool =P

    But in all seriousness, this disc is pretty much magic. Whenever I’m at a hole that’s sub 250′, especially in the woods, I just whip out my buzz, Forehand or Backhand. It can hold a nice fade the whole way, or if I rip it harder it will go straight before fading off at the end. All in all my go to disc for anything short of a driver.

    I think I carry more than one as a mental thing. When I have a separate buzz for driving and approaching, I have a different mindset for each disc when I pull it out of the bag. It’s almost like I throw each disc like they aren’t the same, just because each has a designated purpose.

  72. Kyle Cook
    Review Participant, L1

    Ahhh, the Buzzz. A standard in the midrange department. Stable/understable. While I am not a fan of the Pro D plastic Buzz, all of the other plastics are awesome. The disc is easy to control and very predictable, making it a great choice for beginners. I keep two Buzzz’ in my bag at all times.

  73. Jman
    Reviewer, L2

    I use a Z Buzzz to complement my Comet. For me, the Buzzz is lazer straight with either no fade (Elite X plastic) or a little reliable fade (Elite Z plastic). Go to midrange for distance because it can take some heat behind it and stay true.

  74. Alex Isotalo
    Review Supporter, L4

    Old faithful for sure. Z plastic has always seemed to be the most consistent and easy to control/farthest flying/stable.

  75. Ray Sherwood
    Review Participant, L1

    I’ve only been disc golfing for a little over a year, and the Buzzz was quickly my favorite disc and remains so to this day. It straightens out and holds a line and glides forever. This disc is a must have for beginners, and I don’t know too many advanced players that don’t like and carry a Buzzz.

  76. Oscar Johnson
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Buzzz – Comes in every plastic and has a tone of custom prints for a reason. It is a great disc golf disc. Drives, 2nd shots on long fairways, and upshots. I have a dozen Buzzzes. Keep the Cryztal Z and Ti in my bag. Will switch in the Glow on windy days and the FLX for a wooded course.

    • Kenan
      Review Participant, L1

      January 8, 2012 If the Comet and the Stingray had a torrid love aiaffr which produced an independent minded illegitimate child, it would be the flying squirrel. Looks like a beadless Comet, flies more like a beat Star Stingray. It’s a little faster, like a speed 5 mid, and doesn’t love low lines like a Comet or Fuse does, that is to say it doesn’t have as much glide as you’d think. Hyzer-flip to straight or rip it into a turnover, it holds an anny line pretty well. I found it a little tricky to dial in compared to other understable mids but overall a really fun disc. Mine had a ton of flashing on it.Was this helpful? 0 0

  77. Cory Loonsfoot
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Great beginner or all around disc. Does anything good.

  78. Travis Bailey
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Love my Buzzz. I love it so much I bought another one. It’s currently the only disc I use two of.

    I have the GLO-Z plastic, and Titanium. The Glo plastic is pretty slick, so any dust on your hands or the disc doesn’t help. The Titanium is MUCH better, but probably not worth the jack up in price. Stick with Z plastic. (the colors for Titanium are nearly impossible to find on blind shots when the suns going down.

  79. Ben Foster
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Overall this is a great disc. Very controllable and reliable, holding any line you throw it on. Wish this was the first disc I ever bought, because it is very beginner friendly. Very comfortable in the hand. One of th most used discs in my bag.

  80. Pat Bowles
    Reviewer, L2

    The Buzz is my go too mid in most situations. I carry 3 in my bag from beat understable to slightly overstable. In my experience the Glow Buzz seems to be more overstable than the others but for the straightest shots the Crystal or esp is the way to go in my opinion.

  81. Nate
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    If you’ve never thrown a Buzzz do yourself a favor and run to the nearest store to buy one. Then head to the course and find your new love.

  82. Jason
    Review Whiz, L8

    Buzzz will fly far and hold it’s line. If I had to play a course with a single disc, it would be a Buzzz. Predictable, controllable. Throw it flat, it flies flat. Throw it on an angle, it holds the angle the whole way. I’d recommend the budget plastic (Pro-D) for beginners since it is cheaper and is less stable. X plastic wears in well for anhyzers. Z plastic can handle power and snap very well. Titanium/Crystal plastic tends to fly a little straighter.

    • Rick
      Review Supporter, L4

      Thanks Jason,

      I am new to Disc Golf, and recently discovered the Buzzz, and was wondering what the difference was between different plastics (other than wear). I tend to buy low end plastic to get a feel for a disc, then if I like it upgrade to the quality plastic. The Buzzz is now my go to disc, especially if I need a tight, straight shot, as it will fly straight as an arrow, and then fade just a bit at the end.

  83. Erik J. Barzeski
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Awesome disc. Flattens out of an anhyzer, finishes with a predictable fade when thrown flat, and holds a hyzer line to the ground pretty well too. Grip width is perfect for just about everyone – and works as everything from a really long putter to a very controlled driver on shorter holes or tee shots. Pairs great with a Wasp to almost entirely fill out the mid-range portion of your bag.

  84. Aaron Esquibel
    Reviewer, L2

    What more is there to say about a Buzzz. Put it in your bag and lower your scores!

  85. Nick Kohn
    Review Whiz, L8

    its the freaking Buzzz!!!! must have! the best disc in the game. the only disc i would choose if i could only play with one.

  86. Kyle Breuer
    Review Participant, L1

    This is my favorite disc! I have it in 4 different plastics (elite x, z, esp, and ti)

    Basically, it will hold what ever line you put it on for the most part. The Titanium plastic seems to go a little straighter than the other plastics, and the ESP plastic seems to be a little more stable than the others. Great disc though for beginners and pros alike!

    Really controllable, reliable, and just a predictable disc! with Great Glide!

    Get this disc if you don’t have one. One of the best midrange out there.

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