find your own game and stick with that.if it was a putt then putt straight at the chains,if an approach shot just from outside your putting distance,then a hyzer shot with a roc would work,works for me outside my putting distance.
I tend to use a hyzer putt with a tail or head wind. To cut down on the wind messing with it. Mind you I still throw it dead straight (no true fade on the putt). This was taught to me by a local pro and it has worked well for me, but on non windy days I throw as flat as possible. However, I've never heard of putting with a constant hyzer angle. Does not mean it's not true, I've just never heard that.
lol, ya right, exact reason why i stopped using the ion, it kept chaining out. i had a friend on my card this past weekend that just switched to them, and after chaining out 6 times in 1 round, he's 2nd guessing that disc as well.
I've heard different arguments. Some say you shouldn't hyzer putt because you lessen the surface area of the disc that is striking chains. So I wouldn't go too extreme with the angle.
That said, I've watched a putting clip with Climo where he talks about putting with hyzer. He says for him it elimates the left or right misses. He also plays the wind with it.
I tend to go flat as much as I can... and I find the wind messes with it less in crosswinds so that's what I practice most. The times I've tried hyzer putting in practice I have found that I seem to get a really clean release. Almost like that's the body's natural inclination when you use the putting motion. So I go back and forth some. I also vary my putting style based on the landing angle to mitigate rollaways if I miss.