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Elite Z Glo Buzzz

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MSRP: $21.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $17.95

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $17.95

SKU: 4886
Midrange Drivers
Glow Discs
35, 312

Quick Overview


  • Indestructible Elite Z Plastic


  • Dead Straight Midrange


  • Grows Brightly in the Dark


  • Stiff But Grippy

Elite Z Glo Buzzz

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Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $17.95

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The Z Buzzz is Discraft`s best-selling straight midrange driver.  It`s fast and incredibly durable, thanks to the nearly indestructible Z plastic it`s made out of.  This is the money-maker for many mid to high-level players.  Once you lock in your straight-line with it, it`s good for many, many rounds without changing flight, giving you time to hone it in.

Extremely bright Elite Z Glo Plastic is stiff but grippy and of course, it Glows in the Dark.

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Manufacturer Discraft

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Customer Reviews

Chris Lippert Review by Chris Lippert
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I like the feel of the glo buzzz more than any other buzzz. They fly a bit more stable than the regular elite Z and X buzzz, and they get better glide. I can throw the glo buzzz a good 75 feet further than my other buzzz. (Posted on 8/30/12)
Glen Power Review by Glen Power
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Useless as a glow disc. The glow effect lasts less than a minute (after 20 minutes under a UV light). So, charge it up, throw, watch the glow fade, and now you've lost your brand new $18 Buzzz! Unless there's a better quality glow disc out there, stick with the little band-aid lights for night golf (Posted on 6/14/12)
Curtis Stroud Review by Curtis Stroud
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The Buzzz is the best golf disc out there in my honest opinion. Does anything you want it to so when it came to practicing at night, I had to get the GLO Buzzz. I recommend this disc for anyone who wants to practice at night without losing your disc. Took awhile to find it in the snow however. Had to sit around until it got dark for it to start glowing. :) (Posted on 5/1/12)
Stephen Sines Review by Stephen Sines
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hands down favorite feeling buzzz i've had in my hands. holding one of these bad boys got me into throwing a buzz (Posted on 7/2/10)
Greg Saccasyn Review by Greg Saccasyn
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I've been throwing Buzzzes pretty much since the first runs debuted in 2003. It happens to be my favorite disc and the one I have most often centered my game and the rest of my bag around. I have thrown just about every version of the Buzzz ever released, a daunting task considering it has become Discraft's flagship disc to make special fundraiser versions of. I really do like just about every Buzzz, however, since I use them for 90% of my midrange shots, I've found some versions to be more versatile than others. All Buzzzes fly straight really well, however, not all versions do as well on hyzers and anhyzers. Some tend to flatten out of any hyzer release, and others tend to drop out of the air when flying turned over. The first runs were probably the most versatile of all, flying well on all angles.As much as I hold the first runs in high regard, I never sought them out once they became rare and expensive. For most of the past 4 years I've thrown the 2nd first runs, the 2006 Player's Cup fundraiser molded from the original mold. Although they were becoming increasingly expensive as well, I had slowly built up a decent backup stash. I liked them because they are fast and fairly effortless, though they did lack some of the versatility of the first runs. I thought that I would be throwing them for years to come as I preferred them over the production runs of the last few years (newer production runs have been excellent once again, especially the opaque discs).I bought a Glo Z Buzzz basically because the Buzzz is the one disc I collect and I have a representative from most of the variations that have been released over the years. The feel of the disc kind of took me by surprise. It was very stiff, grippy, and perfectly flat the way I like my Buzzzes to be. Because of this I immediately decided to give it some throws to see how it flew. The flight seemed to match the excellent feel of the disc. It had really incredible glide and seemed to fly very well on all different angles. Hyzers stayed hyzer, anhyzers floated nicely, and the straight shots were Buzzztastic. After toting it alongside my 2nd first runs for about three weeks I made an executive decision to make the Glo Z Buzzz my primary midrange.That was about four months ago and I have never regretted my decision. I throw the Buzzz more now than I ever have before and I honestly think the Glo Z's are the best Buzzz to come along since the first runs. We've gotten several stacks in at the store, and it amazes me how consistently this run of discs has turned out. Every one of them has the same perfect shape and sturdy feel. I actually was hesitant about writing this review because I feel a little more comfortable with a large supply on the shelves and I'm not sure I want to see them start to disappear. I can't keep them all to myself though, and you better believe I've stashed a few away to keep me going for a long time. I wouldn't count on another Buzzz of this quality coming along again for many years. I expect these to gain legendary status among Buzzz lovers just as the first and 2nd first runs have.Review by Discspeed (Posted on 2/27/10)

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