Kingbee wrote:It is getting warmer. I was throwing it today, first time throwing in in 85 deg weather. I might be getting sloppy with my form. I know I have the power to throw the disc. I have never had a disc that I could throw hyzer and it would flatten out. Usualy when I throw a disc hyzer its goign to go left and not flatten out.
Ill keep throwing it, sounds like this disc can do more than I thought it could.
So "flipping" a disc is when it goes from flat to left or right? So a Hyzer flip would be going from flat to left for BHRH and visa versa for anhyzer flip? If thats the case, how does the disc "flip up" like blake mentioned above?
Flipping a disc is when it goes from flat to right (RHBH) or from hyzer to flat. Hyzer to flat is called a hyzer flip. I don't believe there is a shot called an anhyzer flip. A flex shot is when you release an overstable disc anhyzer and it eventually comes back to the left.
Sorry for busting on your form right away..I misread you post. I agree tho that you should learn the hyzer flip... it will give you more distance than you are getting now with a fairly reliable flight pattern. Just throw the teebird with a slight hyzer release and a full rip, and it should flip to flat. You need to experiment with the right amount of hyzer angle. The more the disc gets beat up, the more angle you need. I learned this shot w/ a beat up Teebird, and my love of the game grew immensly at that moment.