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Stud Muffin 09-15-2011 10:40 PM

Hyzer Flip vs Flex Shot [S Curve]
 
I have experience with the S Curve Flex Shot, and have produced many good drives with them. What I also find is even when it is windy, Flex Shots are always an option if the stability is right.

But this spring was the first time I really started using hyzer flips, and I was greatly impressed with the distance. I was using a Star Vulcan, and at a time when I was throwing 260'-270', I tape measured a hole and hyzer flipped one 360'.

The problem I had was consistency. It didn't always flip. Also, the stability of the disc I was using was pretty flippy, so even if I moved to a Roadrunner, I do not think this would be a good shot in the wind.

Still, I would like to hear from some players who have used both styles of long distance throwing, and what you preferred and why?

ArcheType 09-15-2011 10:42 PM

I prefer hyzer flips because, imo, more often than not, most people who flex discs just can't get them up to speed. I will say I'm getting pretty fond of flexing hornets for approach shots.

kevinmzane 09-15-2011 10:49 PM

Hyzer flips get me more distance on actual, usable golf lines. You can hit some really tight lines for a lot of distance if you can get your hyzer flips dialed in. In windy conditions, just put more hyzer on the disc or use a slightly more stable disc. Flexing a disc for distance usually calls for a lot more room to work.

Connor Jones 09-15-2011 10:51 PM

I think if I knew how to hyzer flip efficiently I could throw 400+ nearly on command,but alas...

:(

Something I definitely plan on working on this winter.

olemiss5931 09-15-2011 11:01 PM

Hyzer flips are good for straighter shots/low ceiling/tighter gaps. Flex shots are good if u have the room and they are better for placement shots for me.

New013 09-15-2011 11:07 PM

Flex shots look cooler, hyzer flips are more useful because you can hit tighter lines.

HybridZombiw 09-15-2011 11:08 PM

I flex when i need to get around trees and obstacles and hyzer-flip when i want straight and long d with certain discs. flexes give me more distance imo.

TorreyLaffoon 09-15-2011 11:09 PM

I love hyzer flips because I feel that you can generate more power if you pull through kind of under your chest, like a ball golf swing sort of, and that outs you at a natural hyzer release angle. And you can pop one up high or keep it low. It's a super versatile shot to have mastered.

I do however throw some flex shots with my Nuke and am always pleased with the result.

jivey311 09-15-2011 11:22 PM

I like to throw flat most of the time. But as the disc gets more beat in, i'll have to hyzer flip dat shiz

sidewinder22 09-15-2011 11:50 PM

When people say flex shot for distance I envision torque monkeys eating bananas and dancing with toothbrushes. :eek:

It's called a distance anhyzer and it fades straight as it flexes out of the anny line to maximize distance. A distance hyzer-flip is actually a fairly similar line, but adds another dimension to the line as it flips up and over to anny and flexes/fades out straight. Depends on the tailwind and the hole as what I'm throwing, although its really rare I throw a distance line on the course. All things being equal I prefer the distance anny because I find it more consistent since it has less dimensions. When dealing with headwinds I throw as flat and low as possible.
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