ESP Tour Series Swirl Buzzz GT

$21.99 USD

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This is your classic Buzzz, but with a groove top. This natural thumb track increases grip and maximizes spin upon release. Pair that with the consistency of the Buzzz and this becomes a very special disc. The Buzzz GT is a rarely run mold, making this ESP Tour Series Swirl especially unique. Expect the standard flight of an ESP Buzzz, with the same trusted grip and durability, paired with Discraft’s beautiful swirls on an opaque flight plate. This particular run features some of the most vibrant and plentiful swirls ever produced at Discraft. Note: You are selecting your general swirl color with this release, not the exact disc/foil. Here is the flight chart for the Buzzz GT:

Speed: 5
Glide: 5
Turn: 0
Fade: 1.0
Discraft Stability Rating: 0.5

Weight Range: 169g-177g
Rim Width: 1.2cm
Rim Depth: 1.3cm
Height: 1.9cm
Diameter: 21.7cm

Disc Use: Midrange
Plastic Types: Z Swirl, Z Metallic, ESP Swirl 
Date Approved: 02/21/2008
Recommended Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Pro

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews


Daniel Carey

I bought the stinking. It was a banger gt butt was pleasantly surprised. I had absolutely love it.

Lyle Claussen

Gotta love the mustache

Adam James Hardin
What are the odds?

I started playing disc golf in 2000 and when the Buzzz was released in 2003 it became and always will be my go to disc. I had to step away from Disc Golf ten years ago due to injury and health issues and the Buzzz GT was the last version I had in my bag and after returning I was able to purchase one in my 1st Ledgestone tournament . Thank you Nate and the Ledgestone community for making my return to Disc Golf more than I could have imagined.

Caleb K
The midrange everyone should have

These ESP Buzzz's can really hang with the best of them, will hold whatever line you put them on and hyzerflip up to flat, glide for days, and doesn't skip or slide too far when they land. Advanced/Experienced players will definitely be able to push 350+ft with power, but even Beginner/Intermediate players can get 200 easily. Anything shorter than 400ft is getting a Buzzz off the tee.