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As stated before I am new, I played a new park close to home and most of the baskets are in the trees and you cant even see them from the tee. Most could be made if I could get some right turns it is very nice park and I love the setup. But need a good right turn disc any info would be great thanks.

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I use crush's, force's, and predators for right turns.
throwing right hand? I would work on a sidearm shot with something like a flick or maybe wraith. if backhand only, I would experiment with a sidewinder, monarch, avenger ss, leopard, gazzelle; anything that is so-called understable will work for and anhyzer shot with some practice. anhyzer is one thing I am absolutely terrible at so I learned to throw sidearm.
Thanks for the info I hope to play friday and i plan on picking up a disc to work on the right turns
Right hand throwing, I have tryed the sidearm not very good at that yet. I will try some of the disc I am going to pick a new one up to play on Friday
as a beginner, you might want to try something less stable than a pred or a crush.
try out your buddies' discs and find one you like before investing in discs you might not need.
good point I may raid there bags LOL
For a driver, I would definitely recommend the Monarch. For a midrange, I'd go with the Kite. Both are absolutley amazing discs.
I know a guy that can anhyzer his monarch like 350 or 400 ft. great disc!
The easiest discs to get to turn right are comets and x-presses (Discraft) or stingrays and roadrunners (Innova). As someone who throw both companies' discs, I lean towards Discraft for what you are trying to do here. Just throw smooth and flat and let the disc do the work.
if you can find a worn out Innova Roadrunner, that disc is perfect for right hand turns. I keep two in my bag for just such an occasion. They are very similar to the monarch and the sidewinder, but better for slower arm speeds.
Anhyzer are good to learn as they're the foundation of the flex shot, but if you're looking for a disc to right and stay that way, you need to learn a sidearm. If you're still learning sidearm, don't go with overstable plastic. Throw what you have now that is stable to understable as you'll be a much better player for it.

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