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Old 11-02-2014, 11:57 PM
smarkquart smarkquart is offline
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Discs become incredibly sensitive to hyzer/anhyzer as well as nose angles when you put some air under them because of elevation drop. There are very few drivers that can handle it without much effect, and I can only think of three: Sword, Trespass, and the TeeBird. However, blunter nose discs like mids and putters are less susceptible to angle sensitivity. Whenever possible, you are better served throwing a slower disc like a stable mid or putter, especially if placement is more vital than pure distance. Putters and mids are less likely to stall and or lose speed, and thus will remain aloft longer because of the elevation drop and will continue flying forward whereas a stalling or turned or driver will dive quickly as it loses its speed and lift.
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