I picked up a Discraft Z Crush (and several other models) from the used disc bin at the Disc Nation store in south Austin ( great stock and very cordial staff ) this week. I got my first chance to play them this morning and I'm already in love with the Crush. I throw sidearm and the Crush is just overstable enough to scribe a big hyzer with lots of glide. There are two nearly 90 degree, right hand dog legs on this course. The first half of the dog legs are shorter than the second half. This Crush put my drive closer to the basket than I've ever been before, easy birdies. It also saved me from double bogey when I made a horrible drive and ended up in a thicket of 20 ft high juniper trees. The underbrush was too thick to throw out except back the way I came. In desperation I tried a tomahawk, which I seldom throw and never practice. It was almost perfect, at least better than any previous tommy I've thrown. It could have been a par, but my putt was wide of the mark.
The Crush is definitely in the bag. Not sure yet about the others discs I picked up. I wasn't nearly impressed with the Surge ESP, SurgeSS FLX. Neither of them displayed any of the extreme glide that I'd heard about. Neither has as much glide as the Z Glide or Z Crush. I don't yet know whether I just need more practice with these discs (plastics) or whether the Z plastic just performs better for me.
Anyone else experience less glide with ESP or FLX?