Old 11-23-2012, 09:25 PM
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Originally Posted by frabs View Post
True. Nothing is more frustrating than having the disc not quite stand up and just quickly die to the left. Or turn right and not come back.
Shooting for a gap and you throw a hyzer flip, and it tries to turn up and holds the hyzer line then smashes the tree lol. Happened too often.
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Old 11-23-2012, 10:16 PM
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The only driver I can routinely hyzer flip is a disc that is supposed to be overstable, the Westside King. It also makes for a beautiful flex shot. But I digress...

I rarely use a hyzer flip these days. As of late ive been looking for more interesting lines through the trees, and that usually means aiming in a non traditional spot and throwing it flat. But this thread has got me to thinking that I could make it much easier on myself and start working that hyzer flip more often.
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