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OK thats what I was trying to get at was a little confused the way things were worded. Sorry about that.
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Old 02-01-2020, 11:05 AM
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So I should stick with the flat shot?
If I could learn disc golf again, I would learn to throw a neutral stability disc [putter or midrange] relatively straight first. After that, then start adding under to overstable disc and throw them flat to see how they react. After that then throw them on varying degrees of hyzer and anhyzer.

My advice is given if you want to learn quicker, but maybe not have as much fun initially. If you like to play golf more than practice it [like me when I first started], it might not be the way to go.
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No!!
You want to throw a flat shot but the release should not be flat all the time. To your original question do not release flat.
Could you explain, I'm not following. Are you saying that to throw a flat shot the release angle should be slightly hyzer?
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Could you explain, I'm not following. Are you saying that to throw a flat shot the release angle should be slightly hyzer?
Sometimes. Depends which disc you're throwing, the wind and what type of shot you're trying to make.

The answer you quoted was in reference to the OPs question. To always release flat is not the way to throw.

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Sometimes. Depends which disc you're throwing, the wind and what type of shot you're trying to make.



The answer you quoted was in reference to the OPs question. To always release flat is not the way to throw.
Thank you - wonderfully clear now.



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