Risk wrote:Will the Fuse when thrown flat flip and start tracking to the right (RHBH) or does it need a little anhyzer release angle?
It will flip maybe 1-2° from flat and track right EVER so slightly. The thing is, its subtle enough that when it does it for me it could be ME releasing with 1-2° of anhyzer.
This is not a disc you throw like a driver, ever. I treat this like I would a putter, its all about finesse and accuracy. It really is laser straight with the littlest of fade.
I threw my Fuse on a 250' or so hole that makes a very sharp arc to the left. If you stand on the tee pad facing forward, then turn about 70° to your left you can make the basket out through the tree's. The whole left side is a wall of woods that arcs right to the pin. The right side is completely open, so you can play the hole forward out into the open and throw a long return, or you can try to play the curve. I decided to try something different since I had the fuse. I gave it about 35° of hyzer and threw an air bounce. BAM. Right off the side of the basket. With enough height I'm almost wondering if I would have curved it all the way back to me. The lift this disc gets is incredible.