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I need a driver that will do the hyzer flip and not turn over.  I had a 172 worn in star teerex and a 165 Z avenger that did it but i chucked em in the drink. Its the best way for me to throw straight and far. Any one know of any that'll do it right out of the box?

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Get a DX Teebird and hit a few trees.
ESP Nuke or Nuke SS depending on your snap. Westside King will Hyzer Flip and fly forever. Also A Lat 64 Flow will hold a line off a hyzer flip.

What they said^^^^. Also, based on what I use, since I don't know how or how far you throw? Thes are some I like to use or have used.

Bolt, Havoc, King, Sword (might be a bit to overstable at first), Katana, Vulcan, Valkyrie, Beast, Sidewinder, Vision. The 1st six are nice and long, but also have wicked skips. The last four are just plain old money on tight fairways and not much skip room. So that's a few. Can't speak for Discraft, since I only carry mids and one "fairway" driver of theirs.

I wonder how much longer the Valk, Beast, and Sidewinder will be called "drivers" before Innova changes them to "fairway driver" :)

My hyzer flip disc is a beat in Pro Katana.  It just levels out so nicely with a good snap on it.
Due to the Warp Speed drivers that have come out since the Destroyer's release, there's a whole new class of drivers out there.  These days I consider the speed 9/10 discs tobe Control Drivers.
Star TL !
I've been having good results with a Star Vulcan.
I was going to say Vulcan. Maybe a King.
For a Lesser Power Arm, The Valkyrie is great for a Hyzer Flip. For me now that I turn my Valks over, I am throwing Teebirds.
Why do you need a driver to do a hyzer flip and not turn over? Why not just get a straight driver like a Surge or Wraith? It just seems to me that players sometimes try to do too much. I'm not saying you are here, just making a statement.

I personally Hyzer flip everything because I get better power and accuracy out of it then flat release. I tried to teach myself to throw flat but found that it was troublesome for me. Disc turning over to soon was the biggest down fall to a flat release for me.


I agree with Eric--go with the Flow...

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