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I am a medium distance thrower....250' - 300' on average.

Can anyone recommend a good long anhyzer driver? I use a Surge SS currently...i find that it tends to be really flippy as it slows down. I'd like something a bit more consistent.

Ron - Disc Golf Traveler

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I like the Lat64 River for that shot at that kinda distance. For longer I like the Monarch or the Vulcan.

Star roadrunner for tailwind or no wind and champ monarch for some headwind.

I second the River. I always pull that disc out when I want to throw a nice long anhyzer

I am very surprised that nobody else has mentioned the Westside King. It is a high speed disc but is still understable. Great for tailwind anhyzers.

Plus one to that. Fast disc that fits great in the 300' range.

If you can throw the King and turn it over and still keep it under 300', your forcing that to happen.

Ya. 300' range is meant to have a generous cushion there....... more like 320' range.

Also, I have terrible form.


sirius plastic orion ls (millinium) or a discraft xl. elite-x nuke can do it when it's broken in

I love to throw my X nuke with little Anhyzer, I can get a decent snap and a reliable S-Curve every time. 

My answer in 2009 was a roadrunner, but I would go with the sidewinder now. However the Lat 64 Vision is very nice also.

I throw the Z Glide, ESP Meteor and  X Comet for anhyzer shots


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