It's useful to make a distinction between disc flight and angle of the throw:Hyzer
- Releasing the disc with the outter edge at an angle lower than parallel to the ground. This will cause the most discs to curve to the left.Anhyzer
- Releasing the disc with the outter edge at an higher than parallel to the ground. This will cause the most discs to curve to the right.High Speed Turn
- The characteristic of a disc to curve to the right at the beginning of its flight when thrown hard.
This is taken from the Disc Golf Tips For Beginner
s article on the front page. there's a good Technique Troubleshooter
as well, check out the All of my drives end up to the right
From your description, it sounds like you are turning over discs thrown with a hyzer angle. Try searching for Off Axis Torque (OAT) as well, that's probably the most common cause of this problem.
Blake_T wrote:off-axis torque refers to force that is applied on a plane different to the plane of the disc. it skews the flight of the disc off of a "pure" throw and is most noticeable on slower discs.
you are best off practicing hyzers with understable discs making sure to maintain a pure swing plane until you can get very understable plastic to hold a hyzer its entire flight.