Paige Pierce Z Sol
I love the Sol, put it in the bag at the 2021 Ledgestone and quickly became one of my go to’s in the woods. It does exactly what I want. Nice turn over with some power. Nice and straight with out have to throw hard, and it will hold a nice anny line.
The Sol is the straightest disc in my bad when thrown on slight hyzer. This disc flips up to flat and rides with slight turn. If I throw it hard, I can get late turn which has been an extremely useful shot in my bag. I got my first par on hole 4 at BRP with two Sol shots, Minnesotans know what I’m talking about!
Ever seen those touch shot forehands Brodie Smith does with a Zone? Can’t throw a forehand? S.eems you’re O.ut of L.uck. Get your SOL back. Reach for one of these PP 5x hard Z SOLs.
When I got elbow-itis and my forehand is out this is the disc I reach for. This disc is great for my beginner arms. Easy to hyzer flip to flat and doesn’t overturn. I like to shape shots to the right with it or throw it dead straight with a low ceiling and watch it slowly drop with no fade. It has a bit of a dome, very slight flex in the plastic, and a shallow rim that smaller hands will like. Beadless for a nice clean release. They may call this a mid but it’s a great putt and approach disc.
Paige's adoption of the SOL led me to try it out. It took a little getting used to, I didn't have a turnover mid in my bag so I was used to throwing my buzzz and wasp flat or even with some anhyzer to make it turn right. I have honestly not thrown anything quite like it. The Stratus is most similar, but the SOL is more controllable. The Comet is more stable and has much more glide, but this disc also has an underrated glide. After a few throws you learn to love this disc and realize the potential it brings. It thrives in the woods where you can shape shots, gently fade and the disc is soft even in z plastic so instead of bad kicks you get dropped. I will always have a SOL in my bag from now on.