Best Wizard to break in for hyzer-flips

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Best Wizard to break in for hyzer-flips

Postby disc_golfing_fool » Mon Jun 05, 2006 1:43 pm

I usually use a medium wizard for upshots and a soft or SS for putts.

All of my wizards are stable to overstable, the only one that is even starting to flip up past flat is the oldest medium of the bunch.

Those of you that throw wizards, do you think I should continue to work the medium wizard until it gets super flippy for anyhzer drives/approaches, or would a softer wizard be better to beat up enough to be flippy?

What is your favorite plastic for a turnover Wizard?

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Postby Blake_T » Mon Jun 05, 2006 2:47 pm

the supersoft is the only wizard you can really beat into a turnover without wearing off the bead.

the solution is to just throw them anhyzer.
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Postby Thatdirtykid » Mon Jun 05, 2006 5:07 pm

my very beat medium wizard is the straightest wizard still, but holds any line very well, including an anny line to the ground. (Its the wizard I use for 75% of my drives/upshots) I use a new medium for straight finishing left and hyzers that fall off at the end.

For hyzer flips I have a soft that will flip up from a soft hyzer and track alittle, but not turn over.
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Postby Mark Brunner » Thu Jun 08, 2006 5:34 am

The way the plastic is really only makes the SS and the S wizards able to be broken in enough for a truly flippy putter, the SS moreso depending on the rigidty of the S...

I have very beat M wizards that just keeps going straight and maybe a little right fade
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