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What do you throw for anhyzer flip shots on straight long tunnel shots? I have kind of fell in love with my 175g Star Kite for a midrange and a 172g Z Flash for a driver. What is your favorite? Or, what would you reccommend to try?

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Hopefully, quite often.

Donny Olow said:
Never know when your playing a course that requires different shots !!!!!
Rocs, Ace Races and Wolf's are good

I think
What? Ahhh...I have all those shots, I am just looking for others imput on a disc that you release on a hyzer and it will flip slightly anhyzer and then straighten out flat. Used for tunnel shots/narrow fairways. I have a multitude of shots that I use for wide open holes and shorter narrow holes where a roc or buzzz will work, but most I have thrown seem to just hold the line you put them on. A good flippy anhyzer to hyzer disc just feels better to me than trying to get distance with a disc you have to release perfectly flat. The hyzer angle is easy to snap hard and is more natural when you are throwing, at least for me. I threw a champion leopard today and it felt good, pretty much like my flash. I parked a 360' basket down a 30' wide fairway today with my flash, it was tasty, no room for error or you are in the thick woods left and right. I can definately throw the star kite farther, with better accuracy, and less effort than my buzzz or roc. Thanks to Everyone for the suggestions so far.

Donny Olow said:
Learn all those shots !!!! Never know when your playing a course that requires different shots !!!!!
Mike said:
Jlotto, are you saying the meteor when thrown released on hyzer will anhyzer then straighten out? All I have seen thrown seem to hold the anhyzer, similiar to a glide.

if you let go at a 7 o'clock angle it will hole the best hyzer, if you let it go at about 8 o'clock it will flip and go dead straight, if you let it go flat, it will hyzer till it lands.......all depending on how hard you throw it.

that red leopard that leonard gave me.. or my purple eagle. but i'm sure you already knew that
star 166 sidewinder hyzer flip straight or let it turn over if needed
176 esp comet, little bit of effort, arrow straight
D-Buzz all the way
My Champ Monarch 171,hyzer flips,goes stright , anies alittle ,then goes straight or keeps the annie if thrown with out enough hyzer.
Ontario Roc beat in for mid range for me and the TL beat in will both flip up and anhyser for me with a hyser release. The shot you are speaking of is my bread and butter. I like to release all my shots with a litte hyser and let the disc do the work. When I say beat in I mean BEAT IN.
my mid range disc would have to be my esp impact, that disc does just about anything i need it to, it goes dead nuts straight and thrown rhbh with some snap will go a loooong ways and hook to the right, i can even get it to go strait then curve the left slightly if needed, strait drivers would be my gummy beast or champion sidewinder, althow i just pu a lattitude opti vision driver and core midrange, these two discs are the bomb and might replace both my other drivers and midrange discs,i have only used these discs one round yet but i am totally impressed with lattitudes discs.
Flat top Roc's for sure, love my comet. Longer drives I like the sidewinder or a Beast let go on a bit of a Hyzer.
Flat top Roc's for sure, love my comet. Longer drives I like the sidewinder or a Beast let go on a bit of a Hyzer.

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