Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition
Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition

Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition

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Discraft Hades - Paul McBeth 6x Claw Edition

**LIMIT ONE PER ORDER**

This is the new 6x Claw Hades Special Edition to celebrate Paul McBeth's 6th World's title. These are limited edition and are extremely sought after collector's items. Pre-Orders for these will open on January 20th.

Consider this the perfect understable compliment, and archenemies to the Zeus distance driver. With lots of glide and more controllable fade, this is a distance driver suited to most players looking to go big.

Flight Numbers

  • Speed: 12
  • Glide: 6
  • Turn: -3
  • Fade: 2

Plastics

Signature ESP Plastic
This is the Signature Edition of Discraft's ESP plastic. This is one of Discraft's toughest and most premium plastics available.

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Nick McKenzie
Workable Driver

I bought one of these used a while back, and I don't know if it's just the run I got or what, but the one I got is much more overstable than the flight numbers would suggest. The Innova Tern has the same numbers except the Tern is a -2 turn and the Hades is supposed to be a -3. I guess it could be the discrepancy between manufacturers, but the Hades I got is more overstable than my Destroyers. It's very flat as well, which makes me think that the previous owners had it stuffed in their bag to tightly. My arm can get past the overstability when I throw it forehand, so it's workable for me. Just beware that -3 could be deceiving...