pask2155 wrote:So I'm finding out that a lot of courses force mid range anhyzer shots. What's your guys advice on how to play these holes... I use a buzz and I can make it anhyzer... But there are understand mid ranges out there... Such as the meteor.
So here's my question ... Should I just get better at anhyzer shots with my buzz or should I go buy an understable midrange? And if it is better to use an under stable midrange what would you suggest?
This is a shot you need to dial in. Many courses balance their holes (ie.. toss in a couple short anhyzers to counterbalance the many long, tough, tight hyzers) with short annys. So the 190' to 250' bend to the right is a shot you will throw a zillion times.
There is no single right way to throw it. In fact you should be competent getting there at least 3 ways: Flippy mid thrown flat which turns on its own; Straight mid which you bend over; Forehand with an overstable mid or driver. Depending on the exact line and the wind and the elevation you make the choice.
A good way to learn this shot is take a stack of discs to a representative hole and throw it over and over and over and over. Empty your bag, pick them up and do it again. Repeatedly. Once you figure this hole, move to another but somewhat different one. After a couple hours your understanding of the line and your discs will be much improved. One of the keys is understanding at which distances and speeds you need to change discs.
Most good players take a broken in mid and bend it over. This shot is less susceptible to wind than the others and so more universally useful.