The Discraft Paul McBeth Signature Series Titanium Undertaker is now the stock Titanium Undertaker (As of 3/22/2019).
The Discraft Titanium Undertaker is an overstable (1.4) distance driver. It is very versatile for experienced and advanced players. This straight flier doesn't get flippy for power throwers, isn't hard to control for low-power players and ignores moderate winds. To get down the fairway reliably and avoid trouble while managing the wind, you need a driver that is versatile, dependable and consistent. The Undertaker is the one! This disc golf driver provides great glide, a consistent smooth finish, nice comfy grip and big wins.
Start with two or three and get seasoned, you're going to love the results.
Speed 9, Glide 5, Turn -1, Fade 2
Titanium plastic is Discraft’s highest performance blend, an ultra-premium plastic with grip, durability and a unique appearance.
New Titanium plastic, redesigned in 2018, is an improved polymer-based composite with additives. This NEW Ti has greater durability, improved strength and better grip. The stock stamp designs feature 2 different colored foils.
About Color and Weight Availability - This model may not be available in all colors. Likewise, each weight range may not be available in all colors. Therefore we ask you to list and prioritize your color preferences and to give us guidance if the color or weight range you want happens to not be available. Feel free to contact us if you need more specific info.
What others have said:
"Straight through the trees, you're gonna need one of these!" - Shawna Buzzingham
"Immediately in my bag. Releasing on a flat line will fly straight as an arrow with a slight fade at the end, depending on how hard you throw it. It flies fast for a straight disc, and also holds up great in a head wind. These have much more glide and feel great in the hand." - Justin Jernigan
"The best! Since adding this disc to my bag my fairway game has improved a lot. I throw the Undertaker for shots up to 400 feet ranging from turnovers to slight hyzers." - Chris Warfield