Originally Posted by Chizult
Actually most of my shots are slight hyzers. I think it developed into that because I don't have to worry on the rip point too much: a little early or a little late, it all lands on the same line.
Someone nailed it earlier...I'm really good at hitting my target, it's the path the disc takes to get there that's questionable.
Missed this post earlier, hyzer is dangerous.. I call it Hyzer skate in my head anyways... you expect the disc to turn that way but first it skates 6 or 8 feet the wrong way at the start of the flight hitting exactly what you wanted to avoid. Stable up and lighten the disc look for the flat shot, if it's a 150' putter shot downhill something like a light driver or Stalker will fly straight and drop like a stone when its done, with less danger of putting too much spin on it and blowing by.
I don't mind going to work, but waiting to go home and play disc sucks.
Last edited by Throwasurge; 12-22-2012 at 02:49 PM.