bergdawg wrote:If you're throwing it with hyzer and it isn't flipping, it means you need a more under stable disc. And, no, you don't throw a hyzer flip different than a normal hyzer.
Mostly all of your comment is a misconception by 99% of disc golfers
The hyzer flip is actually different than a regular hyzer. As a person develops their disc skill set you notice nose angles play a large factor. A nose up hyzer is completely different from nose flat/down. I can throw both with a flippy disc and not make it "flip"
A hyzer flip isn't an indication of power...same with turning it over. It means you have developed a new disc skill. Understanding it as a type of throw rather than a show of power(or flippy disc) is a huge step out of being an amateur level player.
That being said it is easier to learn on under stable discs
All my up shots(any flight type) are done with a trashed omega. Because I know I can throw everything from a spike hyzer to hyzer flip with it