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How much slope downhill is there? If your throwing downhill, and you naturally get a disc too nose down, it will turn over easier. Conversely, throwing uphill will make your disc more overstable.
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the discs in question were all in good shape, 2 were brand new. the hole slopes down to the right but is pretty level from tee to pin. and yes I am using a power grip.
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throwing downhill is like virtual nose down.
you will need to throw a more stable disc to compensate, or with more hyzer, etc.
the wide sweeping hyzer will likely be the safest shot here if you can reach it.
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